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Jimmy Eat World to re-issue three albums on vinyl

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Jimmy Eat World has announced that they will be releasing three past albums on colored vinyl in the upcoming months. The albums will be fully remastered from the original analog recordings, and feature bonus tracks as well as the original album artwork.

Per their press release:

August 19th: Static Prevails, originally released on Capitol Records in 1996 and expanded CD edition in 2007, will be reissued as a double LP on 180 gram lavender colored vinyl. The original album tracks are cut from analog masters. The reissue includes bonus tracks, 77 Satellites and What Would I Say to You Now, and features the original CD artwork displayed in it's full capacity within a high gloss gate-fold jacket accompanied by an 11 x 11 insert.

September 2nd: Clarity, originally released on Capitol Records in 1999 and expanded CD edition in 2007, will be reissued as a double LP on 180 gram clear colored vinyl. The original album tracks are cut from analog masters and include bonus tracks, Christmas Card and Sweetness. Album art is displayed to its full capacity throughout a matte gate-fold jacket with spot UV and accompanied by an 11 x 22 insert.

September 30th: Futures, originally released on Interscope Records in 2004, will be reissued as a double LP on 180 gram blue vinyl. The vinyl reissue features the bonus track Shame. Artwork is displayed to its full capacity throughout a matte triple panel gatefold jacket with spot UV and accompanied by an 11 x 22 insert.

All albums are currently available for pre-order here and here, and will be available on their individual release dates at major and independent retailers throughout the United States and Canada.