Label: Craft Recordings If you were even the least bit interested in the emo scene in the early ‘00s, Taking Back Sunday’s Tell All Your Friends (which turns 15 today) was probably one of your favorite albums and/or your introduction to the genre. Formed in Long Island in 1999, Taking Back Sunday went through a few lineup changes over the years (lead vocalist Antonio Longo was featured on their self-titled debut EP, as well as bassist Jesse Lacey who left to form Brand New), but the group members who made Tell All Your Friends was seemingly the best fit for the band. For their first studio album, Adam Lazzara, John Nolan, Eddie Reyes, Shaun Cooper and Mark O’Connell came together to make music was bitter, angsty, raucous and raw. Prior to Tell All Your Friends, Taking Back Sunday came out with a five-song demo in 2001 and supported it with a tour. Following their time on the road, they wrote and recorded what would end up on Tell All Your Friends. They ended up touring with Brand New and Rufio the summer following the release of Tell All Your Friends and continued life on the road with The Used and The Blood Brothers into 2003. This pressing has been remastered for the band's 20th anniversary. Now available again on vinyl.