Thursday / Envy

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Thursday / Envy
EP (split)by
ReleasedNovember 4, 2008
RecordedSpring 2008
Genre Post-hardcore, post-rock, screamo
Label Temporary Residence
Producer Tim Giles
Thursday chronology
Kill the House Lights
Thursday / Envy
Common Existence
Envy chronology
Envy / Jesu
Thursday / Envy
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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. [7] Three limited screen printed editions have been made available exclusively through web stores as of September 15, 2008. [8] 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.


Track listing

Side A: Thursday

All songs written by Thursday.

  1. "As He Climbed the Dark Mountain" – 3:03
  2. "In Silence" – 4:42
  3. "An Absurd and Unrealistic Dream of Peace" – 4:13
  4. "Appeared and Was Gone" (Remix of "In Silence" by Anthony Molina of Mercury Rev) – 5:59

Side B: Envy

All songs written by Envy, except for track 1 written by Shido from Metalpark and Envy.

  1. "An Umbrella Fallen into Fiction" – 6:28
  2. "Isolation of a Light Source" – 3:40
  3. "Pure Birth and Loneliness" – 5:40




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