The Wonder Years Compile Rarities on New Album

The Wonder Years Compile Rarities on New Album
Pennsylvania pop punk powerhouse the Wonder Years released their most popular album yet with 2011's Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing. While they haven't completed their next album just yet, they've announced plans to release an album of B-sides and rarities.

The compilation is called Sleeping on Trash: A Collection of Songs Recorded 2005-2010, and it includes 18 songs that originally appeared on CD-Rs, 7-inches and compilations. Among the tracks are various demos, rarities and covers of bands like Kid Dynamite, Lit and Fountains of Wayne.

In a statement, frontman Dan "Soupy" Campbell explained that the release is intended as "a tangible way to own our old material without having to pay out the nose for it on eBay."

No Sleep Records will issue Sleeping on Trash on February 12 as a CD and LP. The album can be pre-ordered now here.

Sleeping on Trash: A Collection of Songs Recorded 2005-2010:

1. Mike Kennedy is a Bad Friend

2. Solo & Chewy: Holdin' it Down

3. Won't Be Pathetic Forever

4. You're not Salinger. Get over It.

5. An Elegy for Baby Blue

6. Don't Open the Fridge!

7. Christmas at 22

8. Leavenhouse. 11:30.

9. My Geraldine Lies Over the Delaware

10. I Ain't Saying He A Gold Digga (Sike!)

11. Let's Moshercise!!!

12. Through Two Hearts

13. Cheap Shots, Youth Anthems (Originally by Kid Dynamite)

14. Zip Lock (Originally by Lit)

15. Hey Julie (Originally by Fountains of Wayne)

16. Buzz Aldrin: The Poster Boy for Second Place

17. Cowboy Killers

18. I Fell in Love with a Ninja Master