Say Anything

All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities

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A great bit of fan service, Say Anything provide fans with a one-stop rarities shop with the three-disc compilation All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities. Featuring the band's self-released and all but disavowed debut, Baseball: An Album by Say Anything, as well as the Menorah/Majora EP, Junior Varsity EP, and plenty of demos and rarities, the set offers fans a look behind the curtain into the most formative period of the band's development. Over the course of these three discs, listeners get the opportunity to hear Say Anything frontman Max Bemis grow as both a songwriter and a person, a process explained in greater detail in the extensive liner notes written by Bemis himself. While ...Is a Real Boy is still easily the best place for a new fan to dive into the world of Say Anything, the liner notes alone make All My Friends Are Enemies a compilation that die-hard fans of the band will want to get their hands on. Such a firsthand account of a band's development makes for an illuminating read, and the massive collection of homemade recordings is a nice accompaniment to Bemis' personal musings. ~ Gregory Heaney, Rovi

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