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|Under The Tray...|
|Studio album by Reggie and the Full Effect|
|Released||February 18, 2003|
|Reggie and the Full Effect chronology|
Cover for the album's vinyl pressing Inside the Dust Sleeve
Under the Tray..., also known as Inside the Dust Sleeve... is the third LP release of the indie band Reggie and the Full Effect.
Under the Tray was written and recorded in the years following the band's previous release Promotional Copy, mostly while James Dewees was on tour with The Get Up Kids. The album was released on Vagrant Records in February 2003. The album sold rather well, reaching #15 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and #8 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.
Under the Tray is named as such because the packaging contained an opaque black tray made to hold a CD. However, the discs were packed underneath the tray, giving the appearance upon opening that there was no disc in the package, prompting numerous complaints with retailers carrying the album. The vinyl pressing of this album is titled "Inside the Dust Sleeve"
All songs written and composed by James Dewees.
|Under the Tray|
|1.||"Your Bleedin' Heart"||4:41|
|2.||"Drunk Girl at the Get Up Kids Show (Dicus Edit)"||0:16|
|3.||"Congratulations Smack and Katy"||2:28|
|4.||"Ain't Gettin' Paid to Dance"||0:14|
|5.||"Mood 4 LUV (feat. Fluxuation)"||3:31|
|6.||"What Won't Kill You Eats Gas"||3:37|
|7.||"Drunk Girl at the Get Up Kids Show (Tatoo'z, B-Day'z, Azz Beatin'z) (un-Dicused)"||0:19|
|8.||"Getting By With It"||3:49|
|9.||"Image is Nothing, Lobsters are Everything"||3:57|
|10.||"Apocalypse WOW! (feat. Hungary Bear)"||3:31|
|11.||"Drunk Girl at the Get Up Kids Show (Guess Jeans, Awnings, Old Navy) (un-Dicused)"||0:44|
|12.||"F.O.O.D. AKA Aren't You Hungary"||1:20|
|14.||"Canadians Switching the Letter P for the Letter V, Eh?"||0:19|
|15.||"Linkin Verbz (feat. Common Denominator)"||1:36|
|16.||"Drunk Girl at the Get Up Kids Show (Drivin' and Cryin' or Broadway Cats Production) (Dicus Edit)"||0:16|
|17.||"Megan 2K2 (Even Though it's 2K3 Now)"||3:20|
|2002||Under the Tray||Top Heatseekers||15|
|2002||Under the Tray||Independent Albums||8|
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