We Didn't Come Here To Die

by The Copyrights

They Say 02:02
Talkbomb 02:20
I'll Be Fine 02:05
Crybabies 02:00
Four Eyes 01:45
You And I 01:58
Go Now 02:15
Full Circle 03:21


Five years after its initial release on Insubordination Records The Copyrights We Didn't Come Here To Die is finally available on 12" vinyl. We figure since the fans of the band who have a fetish for the old-style turntable format had to wait so long for this, we'd release it as an extra special picture disc. Not only is it a picture disc, which is ridiculous enough on its own, but it is available in four different versions - one for each band member! The collectors can go wild and the completists can go nuts. We Didn't Come Here To Die plays a special role in the history of It's Alive Records. It's the album that first exposed us to the awesome music of The Copyrights. It's the album that introduced us to a band that was in the right place, at the right time, with the right sound that got our guts worked up enough to get into the label game and release our first 7" with them. Since then we've released five more records with The Copyrights and hopefully many more to come! When We Didn't Come Here To Die was first released, pop punk was a little stale, kind of boring and fading out. This album was one of the first sparks of a new take on an old sound that's burning shit up these days. Five years later this album still rocks socks off like no other! Call it a new classic.


released January 26, 2009


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We started in the summer of 2004. We didn't set out with any goal other than to release a few awesome records by a handful of great bands. A few turned into dozen, a dozen turned into a few dozen, and here we are. Our goal is to continue to put out awesome records by great bands and do what we can to put back what we can into this great scene that we've taken so much out of for as long as we can. ... more

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