The Early November / I Am the Avalanche

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The Early November/I Am the Avalanche
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EP by
ReleasedJuly 26, 2005
RecordedPortrait Recording Studios, Pompton Plains, New Jersey, December 18, 2004 at Theatre of Living Arts (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Sapone Productions (Bethpage, New York)
GenreAlternative rock,[1] indie rock[1]
ProducerChris Badami, Arthur Enders, John Seymour, Mike Sapone
The Early November chronology
The Acoustic EP
The Early November/I Am the Avalanche
The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path
I Am the Avalanche chronology
The Early November / I Am the Avalanche
I Am the Avalanche

The Early November / I Am the Avalanche is a split record between Hammonton, New Jersey's The Early November and Brooklyn's I Am the Avalanche. It was released on July 26, 2005, on the both bands' record label Drive-Thru Records; this split CD marks the debut release of I Am the Avalanche, while it is the fourth release for The Early November.

The Early November's part of the disc contains a previously unreleased demo version of a song off their upcoming 2006 album, as well as a live recording of the inaugural track off both their 2003 The Acoustic EP and their 2003 full-length The Room's Too Cold; the track was recorded on December 18, 2004 at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is also available on Drive-Thru Records/Rushmore Records DVD Volume 3 (2005). I Am the Avalanche's tracks are both demos for their 2005 album I Am the Avalanche.

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Track listing[edit]

The Early November:

  1. "Outside (Demo)" (Arthur Enders) – 4:11
  2. "Ever So Sweet (Live from Philly)" (Enders) – 4:29

I Am the Avalanche:

  1. "New Disaster" (Vincent Caruana) – 3:57
  2. "I Took a Beating (Acoustic)" (Caruana) – 2:24