Good Mourning (Limited Red Black Split Color Vinyl)
Released on October 5, 2018
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Limited red and black split colored vinyl LP pressing. Alkaline Trio's legacy harkens back to 1997, when Matt Skiba, a bike messenger from working class Chicago suburb McHenry, gave up the drums for the guitar and began his quest for the perfect balance of lyrical hell and pop heaven. The group's first two albums, Goddamnit and Maybe I'll Catch Fire, were issued on Indie Asian Man Records in 1998 and 2000 respectively, punctuated by years of hard touring. 2001's From Here To Infirmary marked the Trio's Vagrant Records debut and produced the instant classics "Private Eye" and "Stupid Kid." However, the current Alkaline Trio line-up finally solidified with 2003's Good Mourning, as Derek Grant came aboard for the perfection of the band's sonic identity that had been evolving since '97. On the strength of anti-mainstream anthem "We've Had Enough," the cloyingly bittersweet "All On Black," a yearning "100 Stories" and cautionary love and death serials "Emma" and "This Could Be Love," Good Mourning crashed into the Top 40, saw the band's debut on late night television and received rave reviews across the board.