Yesterday we brought you Reggie and the Full Effect covering He is Legend. Another one of James Dewees' perks for his Kickstarter was to play on a fan's demo/recordings. James ended up playing on an AP.net user's entire album, and as explained by the fan, "it's one of those things I had dreamed about as teenager when I first started writing music." The resulting album is up on Bandcamp in its entirety.
One of the cool perks offered by the Reggie and the Full Effect Kickstarter was the ability to get Reggie to cover any song you wanted. AP.net reader and backer, Peter, had RATFE cover He is Legend's "Dicephalous" -- and because Peter is awesome -- he wanted to share it with everyone. You can check it out in the replies.
You can stream a new Reggie and the Full Effect song titled "Revenge is a dish best served at Park Chan-Wook's" in the replies. The band's new LP, No Country For Old Musicians, will be available on November 19th.
Reggie and the Full Effect will release No Country For Old Musicians on November 19th via Pure Noise Records. It will feature guest appearances by Frank Iero, Adam Lazzara, Allison Weiss, Sean Ingram and Ray Toro. The artwork and further details can be found in the replies.
02) Super Croc VS. Mega Doosh
04) Fowlin' Around
05) Revenge is a dish best served at Park Chan-Wook's
07) Gimme back my leg
08) Robo Fonzie meets Frank
09) Who needs another drank featuring Floppy disk-0
10) Sundae, booty sundae featuring Fluxuation
11) Kanji tattoos still in style
12) We make a breakfast
13) To the Fruit Wizards of Donnington
We have an EP coming out on Equal Vision Records soon. It’s like three songs. He’s happy and I’m really happy with it. When we started playing together again, it came about by me sending him demo songs. Since I’ve been home I’ve just been in the basement writing music. Ideas just keep pouring out. Some of them don’t sound Reggie enough to be Reggie, so I’d send them to Matt. He’d send them back with vocals that would blow me away.
James: I have this other thing going with Frank from MCR called Death Spells. We’re opening up for Mindless Self Indulgence in two or three weeks. It’s more like an electronic-hardcore project. We’ve been working with a visual graphics artist and he’s been making these insane videos for us. The music is al little more intense...
i've spent many years touring with my chemical romance as their keyboard player and over those years i realized that i am without a doubt, a silly person, i write silly music, say silly things, i generally have a very absurd look on life. Reggie, is how i share that silliness with all of you. I've always been honest with my music. Whatever goes on in my life i write music about.
Don't forget, we're running a contest for Reggie and the Full Effect's final tour. We're giving away two tickets, a t-shirt, and the entire RATFE discography for every date, plus a grand prize: two of the masks from the band's latest video for "J Train." Click here to enter! The tour kicks off next Wednesday,
Absolutepunk.net and Vagrant Records are proud to announce that we've partnered for a contest to mark Reggie and the Full Effect's farewell tour. We're giving away two tickets, a Reggie t-shirt, and a copy of the band's discography for each show, plus a grand prize winner gets two of the masks used in the band's latest video, "J Train." Click here to enter.
Update: The chat is now over. Thanks so much to James for taking the time to chat and thanks to all the fans who submitted questions. Look out for more AP.net chats coming soon.
James from Reggie and the Full Effect will be chatting in this thread starting at approximately 7 p.m. EST. He will be under the username: "reggie1234". Check the replies for further information and to chat once it begins.
James Dewees, mastermind behind Reggie and the Full Effect, will be chatting here on AP.net this Tuesday, August 12th. The band will be heading on their final tour ever on August 20th, and we will be partnering with Vagrant Records to bring you some awesome goodies along the way. Stay tuned for details.
"I started this as a joke band and it became a real band after The Get Up Kids broke up. Then I got way into debt and drugs. I've cleaned up the drug part, but still have the debt and the jokes. I'm thankful for everything I've done, mistakes included. I love candy and my friends; if my friends tasted like Runts, I would eat them without a doubt. Duh, who wouldn't."