Fucked Up Commemorate 15 Years of 'The Chemistry of Common Life' with New '44th & Vanderbilt' EP

It complies three session performances from the era and a No Age remix

BY Megan LaPierrePublished Feb 21, 2024

Last fall, Fucked Up celebrated the 15th anniversary of their watershed album, The Chemistry of Common Life. The orange 2LP vinyl reissue of the band's seminal record — the latest in the Matador Records Revisionist History series — will be available this Friday (February 23), which the band are commemorating with the release of a new digital EP entitled 44th & Vanderbilt.

The four-track collection features three session recordings from the era — album tracks "Crooked Head," "Magic Word" and "No Epiphany" — as well as a No Age remix of "No Epiphany."

Fucked Up's Jonah Falco and Mike Haliechuk also appear on the latest episode of Matador's Revisionist History podcast, where they discuss making the record with former label employee Natalie Judge. You can check that out on YouTube, and stream 44th & Vanderbilt below.



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