'Bleed American' features imports, B-sides and live tracks

Jimmy Eat World have announced the release of a deluxe edition of ‘Bleed American’, set to hit shelves on April 29.

The double-disc edition features rare import tracks, B-sides, previously unreleased live and demo tracks and a new version of ‘Your House’.

The band funded the recording of the album themselves, and released it in 2001, but re-titled the record ‘Jimmy Eat World’ following 9/11 and the subsequent deployment of US troops to the Middle East.

The deluxe edition restores the record’s original title and includes

‘No Sensitivity’, ‘Softer’, ‘(Splash) Turn Twist’, holiday single ‘Last Christmas’/’Firestarter’, and the band’s cover of Guided By Voices‘Game Of Pricks’.

The tracklisting is:

Disc One:

‘Bleed American’

‘A Praise Chorus’

‘The Middle’

‘Your House’

‘Sweetness’

‘Hear You Me’

‘If You Don’t, Don’t’

‘Get It Faster’

‘Cautioners’

‘The Authority Song’

‘My Sundown’

‘The Most Beautiful Things’

‘No Sensitivity’

‘(Splash) Turn Twist’

Disc Two:

‘Cautioners’

‘Firestarter’

‘Get It Faster’

‘Bleed American’

‘A Praise Chorus’

‘Softer’

‘The Middle’

‘If You Don’t, Don’t’

‘Game Of Pricks’

‘The Authority Song’

‘My Sundown’

‘Sweetness’

‘Last Christmas’

‘My Sundown’

‘Spangle’

‘Hear You Me’

‘The Middle’

‘Your House 2007’

–By our New York staff.

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