Top Early November Albums
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In Currents
In Currents
[2012]
The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path
The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path
[2006]
The Acoustic EP
The Acoustic EP
[2005]
The Room's Too Cold
The Room's Too Cold
[2003]
For All of This
For All of This
[2002]
order by popularity | order by alphabet
Sunday Drive Session 05 Just Enough Session 03 Five Years Decoration This Is Love Uncle Driving South The Mountain Range In My Living Room I Don't Know How To Say This Session 08 Part Ii Baby Blue Visions Of What Once Was (demo) Figure It Out Session 09 Is It My Fault Outside Dream Is Over (demo) New Disaster Fluxy Little Black Heart In Currents Wearing A Tie Like A Kid Call Off The Bells Look At Me Close To You Smell Of This Place Long Talks Power Of Love Runaway Frayed In Doubt That's Not Your Real Name Tell Me Why Make A Decision Make Believe Guilt & Swell A Stain On The Carpet Digital Age Money In His Hand Make It Happen Scared To Lose Hair Never Coming Back Dinner At The Money Table All We Ever Needed Guess What A Bigger Meaning Session 06 The Rest Of My Life We're Finding Something Out Intro Session 04 The Course Of Human Life Pretty Pretty 1000 Times A Day Session 08 Ashala Rock Come Back Every Nights Another Story I Want To Hear You Sad Open Eyes Take Time To Find We Write The Wrong Whispering Actually The One That You Hated I Think This Is Love From Here To La The Truth Is Ever So Sweet A Little More Time Session 02 We Grew Up The Same This Wasn't In Our Plan This Happens Session 01 Everything's Too Cold... But You're So Hot Love Song Exchanging Two Hundred Something That Produces Results I Took A Beating (acoustic) The Air Will Be Clearer No Good At Saying Sorry My Sleep Pattern Changed Sesame Smeshame The Car In 20 My Lack Of Skill Session 07 You Don't Know What It's Like
Related Information for Early November
The band was formed by guitarists Arthur "Ace" Enders (who was born on April 19th and grew up in Bass River, New Jersey, before moving to Hammonton, New Jersey) & Jim Sacco along with bassist Sergio Anello and drummer Jeff Kummer in Hammonton, New Jersey in February 2001. Together, they recorded a 5 track demo in Enders' basement and sent it, along with a poorly edited videotape to only one label: Drive-Thru Records.A couple of months passed while both Sacco and Anello had to budge for more skilled replacements, Steve Nakovich (guitar) and Mike Klemash (bass), until the band got in touch with Richard Reines of Drive-Thru, who luckily was visiting their hometown and agreed to meet with the band to give advice. Stunned by w... read more