|Thursday / Envy|
|Released||November 4, 2008|
|Genre||Post-hardcore, post-rock, screamo|
|A Distorted Reality|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|
Thursday / Envy is a split EP by post-hardcore bands Thursday and Envy. It was released exclusively in a package containing the album on both 180 gram 12" vinyl and on CD — individual CDs or vinyl have not been made available.Three limited screen printed editions have been made available exclusively through web stores as of September 15, 2008. The album has since seen a limited release in cassette format, all 500 copies of which were sold exclusively through independent record label, Academy Fight Song's web store.
All songs written by Thursday.
All songs written by Envy, except for track 1 written by Shido from Metalpark and Envy.
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