The 13-track ‘One for the Kids’ released on April 17, 2001
In celebration of One for the Kids 20th anniversary this year, Yellowcard detailed a fully remixed and remastered vinyl version of the record. Alongside the announcement, the band released a brand new version of “October Nights” today.
One for the Kids is Yellowcard’s third studio album. Its remastering comes with new artwork, and the pre-sale launches on this year’s Black Friday, November 26.
“Because of the fact that Lobster Records had stored the reel to reels impeccably, we were able to sonically enhance the entire project while keeping the integrity of the original tracks,” founding lead guitarist Ben Harper tells SPIN via email. “This was our first ‘big studio’ recording experience, yet on a small ambitious label. We did in fact, run over budget and time during the original recording process.”
Check out the new version of “October Nights” below.
It’s been over five years since the punk quintet has released any new material, with the latest being their 2016 self-titled record.
One for the Kids (Original) Track List
3. Something Of Value
6. Big Apple Heartbreak
8. October Nights
9. Rock Star Land
10. For Pete’s Sake
12. Rough Draft
13. Untitled Hidden Track
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