THURSDAY’s Debut Record “Waiting” is Getting a 15th Anniversary Reissue

by | Feb 18, 2015

They may not be reforming anytime soon, but if you’ve been hoping for some Thursday action this may give you a much needed fix. After being out of print for many years, Thursday’s classic 1999 debut record Waiting will be getting a fifteenth anniversary reissue.

This expanded edition of Waiting will feature a remastered version of the original album, repackaged with all-new original artwork, liner notes penned by vocalist Geoff Rickly, a deluxe die-cut LP and CD sleeve featuring the iconic Thursday dove logo, and three bonus tracks from Thursday’s pre-Full Collapse era. Sounds good to us.

The effort will be available on all formats on March 24th via Collect Records. You can pre-order it here.

Here’s a stream of “Where the Circle Ends” from the upcoming reissue.

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