Joyce Manor - Million Dollars To Kill Me album download
|A2||Think I'm Still In Love With You|
|A4||I'm Not The One|
|A5||Million Dollars To Kill Me|
|B7||Friends We Met Online|
|B8||Up The Punx|
- Design, Layout – Scott Arnold
- Engineer – Robert Cheeseman (tracks: A1 - B9)
- Mastered By – Eric Boulanger
- Mixed By – Andrew Scheps
- Photography By – Hans White
- Producer – Rory Phillips (tracks: B10)
- Producer [Vocal Production] – Mike Bardzik
- Producer, Engineer – Kurt Ballou (tracks: A1 - B9)
- Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Brett Gurewitz, Peter Novoa, Rory Phillips
- Written-By – Joyce Manor (tracks: A1 - B10), Rory Phillips (tracks: A1, B6, B7, B10)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Sticker (Scanned)): 045778762231
|7622-1||Joyce Manor||Million Dollars To Kill Me (LP, Album)||Epitaph||7622-1||Europe||2018|
|87622-2||Joyce Manor||Million Dollars To Kill Me (CD, Album, dig)||Epitaph||87622-2||US||2018|
|7622-2||Joyce Manor||Million Dollars To Kill Me (CD, Album, dig)||Epitaph||7622-2||Europe||2018|
|7622-1||Joyce Manor||Million Dollars To Kill Me (LP, Album, Red)||Epitaph||7622-1||US||2018|
|87622-1||Joyce Manor||Million Dollars To Kill Me (LP, Album)||Epitaph||87622-1||US||2018|
Million Dollars to Kill Me by Joyce Manor, released 21 September 2018 1. Fighting Kangaroo 2. Think I'm Still In Love With You 3. Big Lie 4. I'm Not The One 5. Million Dollars To Kill Me 6. Silly Games 7. Friends We Met Online 8. Up The Punx 9. Gone Tomorrow 10. Wildflowers. All songs written by Joyce Manor except Fighting Kangaroo, Silly Games, Friends We Met Online, and Wildflowers by Joyce Manor and Rory Allen Phillips. Tracks 1 - 9 Produced and Engineered by Kurt Ballou and assistant engineer Robert Cheeseman
Joyce Manor debuted this song during their Fall 2017 tour. A fan video surfaced from their Orlando, FL show on November 2, 2017 where Barry announced it as One Million Dollars To Kill Me. These early performances seemed to have a slightly different lyric in the second verse from the final version. The official song and lyric video dropped on July 18, 2018, along with the announcement that this is the title track of their upcoming fifth album, due out September 21, 2018 on Epitaph Records. Million Dollars To Kill Me" Track Info. Written By Barry Johnson (Joyce Manor).
Million Dollars to Kill Me is the fifth studio album by American punk rock band Joyce Manor, released on September 21, 2018 through Epitaph Records. The anecdote, which he notes in his memoir Can I Say, recounts when he offered a friend a million dollars to end his suffering
Joyce Manor die!" That's the narrative around Million Dollars to Kill Me, the new album out Friday (Sept. 21) from Torrance, CA's finest rock quartet, as proclaimed by frontman Barry Johnson to Billboard from a hotel roof in downtown Manhattan. Not really: The band's not breaking up, nor are they prophesying their own demise. But it's hard for the now-veteran band to pin down another easily summarized hook for their fifth LP. "Cody was the 'Joyce Manor grow up' record," says bassist Matt Ebert of the group's 2016 album, their most recent.
If there’s one aspect of Joyce Manor that suffers during Million Dollars, it’s Johnson’s writing. In the past, he’s often been inscrutable even at his most emotional, but the impact was there. Here, though, he sometimes dips too deeply into purple territory, singing My friend Tommy, he does origami/Forever in the morning shade during Gone Tomorrow and exclaiming Broke-a-hontas, orange eating/Talk like that, now who’s screaming near the end of the peppy Up the Punx. Their willingness to expand the subtleties of their sound makes Million Dollars to Kill Me an enthralling listen, even at its lowest points.
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Joyce Manor have announced that their highly-anticipated new album, Million Dollars to Kill Me, will be released on September 21st. It will be serve as their third album released through Epitaph Records, and the follow-up to 2016’s Cody. Where Cody focused on growing up, Million Dollars to Kill Me shows Joyce Manor looking at what happens next: reckonings with love, confusion, money, doubt, and the hope that still persists despite all of that
Joyce Manor's most pop-centric music yet. Joyce Manor Million Dollars To Kill Me cover art California indie-punk band Joyce Manor are back with their fifth studio album, Million Dollars To Kill Me. While their mixture of crunchy guitar rhythms and catchy choruses are pres. The evolution of Joyce Manor's sound began on their 2014 album, Never Hungover Again. The following album, Cody, moved the band even farther from their punk beginnings with a more light-hearted pop-rock sound. Million Dollars To Kill Me continues the trend. While the distortion and hallmark brevity are present (only 4 songs reach the two and a half minute mark), lyricist and vocalist Barry Johnson's voice is noticeably sounding more clean and sweet than ever before.