Review: Yellowcard – The Underdog EP

The Underdog EP is mostly remembered for being Yellowcard’s transitional album from One for the Kids to the sounds they got popular with on Ocean Avenue. The five tracks pressed on the vinyl are a great trip down memory lane, even if the pressing is fairly standard, but it’s nice that the liners are still included in its first appearance on vinyl, and the updated cover design for the record is a cool one, simply featuring the logo and name on a worn black background. Overall, it makes a nice addition to the vinyl catalog, though it doesn’t do anything completely above any beyond.

Sound/Press Quality: 3/5
Artwork & Packaging: 3/5

Reviews by: Bill Jones

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