• Columbia House Party

Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends (2002)


In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy change their MSN statuses in biting fashion, firing up lyrics from Taking Back Sunday’s 2002 genre classic Tell All Your Friends. It is, with some likelihood, the album one host has listened to more than any other in his life. Find out more about Taking Back Sunday’s clunky and dramatic origins, the benefits and limitations of the band as one of the avatars of the emo movement, and whether mics are for singing or swinging on this week’s podcast.


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