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Kids in the Street (2012)

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Kids in the Street is the upcoming fourth studio album by American rock band The All-American Rejects, set to be released on March 27, 2012 in the United States.


The All-American Rejects began writing for their fourth studio album in mid 2010. The band's songwriters Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter went on numerous writing retreats into secluded parts of the United States; a tradition of writing used on their previously-released albums. Recording for the album began in April 2011 and wrapped up in June, with mixing commencing the following August and concluding in early September. According to lead singer Tyson Ritter, the album will be much more different compared to their past releases - including their previous album When the World Comes Down, from which the band became more experimental with their sound.

During an interview with MTV in October 2011, Ritter confirmed that the band's fourth album will be released on February 7, 2012. "It’s going to be the year of the Rejects," he teased. " is going to coincide with the Mayan end of the world thing, so the last song you’ll die to will be one of ours." Ritter went on to comment that the first single of the record would either be a "balls-out glam rock" song or an "ear worm that is going to eat your brain".

On December 3, 2011, The All-American Rejects shot a music video for a promotional song from their fourth studio album entitled "Someday's Gone" and released it two days later on December 5, along with the offer to download the song for free from their official website. The band quoted "We wanted to give fans an early candy cane for the holidays and this song is the teeth of the record." In the video for the song a calender displayed in the background claims that the release for the band's fourth album has been pushed back to March 27, 2012.

Mike Kennerty, rhythm guitarist of The All-American Rejects, confirmed on his Twitter account that the first official single from the album is entitled "Beekeeper's Daughter" and will premiere in an upcoming episode of American teen drama 90210 in January 2012. The band later announced the title of their fourth album, Kids in the Street, on December 16, 2011.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Someday's Gone The All-American Rejects       03:25
1-2 Beekeeper's Daughter The All-American Rejects       03:34
1-3 Fast and Slow The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-4 Heartbeat Slowing Down The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-5 Walk Over Me The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-6 Out the Door The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-7 Kids in the Street The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-8 Bleed into Your Mind The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-9 Gonzo The All-American Rejects       00:00
1-10 Affection The All-American Rejects       00:00




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