Much like Jesus, Pennsylvania pop-punk prodigies Spraynard died and were resurrected a short time later, with slightly longer hair. With the band touring again and planning a new full-length, Square of Opposition and Dead Broke Records thought it was high time to repress Spraynard’s long out-of-print and highly sought after 2010 debut LP, Cut and Paste. Spraynard perfected a style of highly musical shout-a-long anthem writing pioneered by bands like Latterman and Cut and Paste captures them in the midst of some kind of songwriting growth spurt. Remastered by Carl Saff with lacquers cut at Lucky Lacquers, this new 1000-piece pressing of Cut and Paste will be eight parts black, one part ketchup and one part mustard, much like the black bean burgers that sustained Spraynard throughout their first incarnation. BLACK VINYL.