Dashboard Confessional unveil reimagined versions of 'A Mark,' 'Dusk and Summer,' & 'Alter The Ending'

Dashboard Confessional unveil reimagined versions of 'A Mark,' 'Dusk and Summer,' & 'Alter The Ending'

Dashboard Confessional gave fans a surprise today when they released re-recorded/reimagined versions of A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar, Dusk and Summer, and Alter the Ending.

The reason for re-recording these three releases are mainly because Chris Carrabba wanted to give them their original treatment. “I got pushed off course while recording the original version of these three records and though I love them I still wondered what could have been if I had recorded them the way I had envisioned them, with their original lyrics and original structures,” he stated on Facebook.

A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar and Dusk and Summer are two of Dashboard Confessional’s highest charting albums with both debuting at number two on the Billboard Top 200. Much like 2001’s The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, both of these albums went Gold. Alter The Ending, which includes the sole single "Belle of the Boulevard," debuted at number 19 on the Top 200.

Fans can check out the new versions here.

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