SOURCE: Warner Bros. Records

November 13, 2007 09:00 ET

Taking Back Sunday to Release "Louder Now: Parttwo" on November 20th

CD/DVD Includes Behind-the-Scenes Footage, Live Performances, Rare Videos, and More!

BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - November 13, 2007) - Last December, Taking Back Sunday released their first-ever DVD, "Louder Now: Partone," which featured up-close and personal stories from the band, exciting behind-the scenes footage of them on tour and in the studio, and music videos from their gold-certified 2006 album "Louder Now." On November 20th, Warner Bros. Records will release the companion CD/DVD, entitled "Louder Now: Parttwo."

The DVD includes loads of new behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the band, previously unreleased live performances, the European version of the "Twenty-Twenty Surgery" video, the animated sensation "12 Days of Christmas," which has received over 796,500 views on YouTube, and loads of bonus features, including a "Making Of the Video" featurette for their Modern Rock hit "Liar (It Takes One To Know One)." The audio CD contains eight live tracks, including the hit single "MakeDamnSure," which was nominated for this year's MTV2 Viewer's Choice award, "Error: Operator" (written for the soundtrack to the film "Fantastic Four"), and the B-sides "Sleep" and "Brooklyn (If You See Something, Say Something)."

In order to provide Taking Back Sunday fans with a vista into the entire scope of the "Louder Now" album cycle, the DVDs were split into two different parts. The first edition of the DVD pair was edited Summer 2006, while the second edition picked up after that. It's the combination of "Partone" and "Parttwo" that offers viewers the full gamut of the life of "Louder Now."

Dubbed "one of the most anticipated albums of 2006" by Alternative Press, "Louder Now" was released on April 23rd and skyrocketed to Number Two on Billboard's Top 200 chart a week later, scanning more than 157,000 units. Taking Back Sunday are singer Adam Lazzara, guitarist Eddie Reyes, drummer Mark O'Connell, and bassist Matt Rubano.

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