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A Day To Remember Announces Limited Edition Vinyl of Common Courtesy
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 Thursday, May 08, 2014

A Day To Remember have announced plans to release limited edition vinyl copies of their latest album Common Courtesy, out Tuesday, June 3rd.  Select copies of the limited edition vinyl will be available through traditional retail outlets, Hot Topic retail outlets and the band’s online store located on their website, ADTR.com.  Hot Topic will have 1,000 pressed vinyl copies that will include an exclusive red jacket casing with a red and black swirl LP, traditional retail channels will carry 1,200 pressed copies with a cream jacket casing and grey swirl LP, and the band’s online store at ADTR.com, will have 1,000 cream jacket casing copies with a black swirl LP.

Common Courtesy, the newest studio album from A Day To Remember, released worldwide on November 25th, 2013.  The album sold an impressive 92,000 units it its first week of release and has moved nearly 200,000 units to date. The band’s critically acclaimed current single “End Of Me” continues to gain traction at radio.


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