Smoking Popes
by Side One Dummy

Smoking Popes will be reissuing their fan favorite 1994 full length, Born to Quit on October 23, 2012. The album has passed through two labels before - Johann's Face Records and major label Capitol Records - and will now be issued via Side One Dummy Records.

The new release will be remastered and features new artwork, as well as liner notes from Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Joe Shanahan from The Metro, comedian Kyle Kinane as well as a track-by-track analysis by Popes' frontman Josh Caterer and two bonus tracks (Willie Nelson cover "Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground" and the previously unreleased duet "Blanket In The Park"). The release will be issued on vinyl as well as CD and digital.

The band is also celebrating the reissue by hitting the road this fall for a tour featuring the album in its entirety, as well as a set of other songs from the band's catalog.

  1. Midnight Moon
  2. Rubella
  3. Gotta Know Right Now
  4. Mrs. You and Me
  5. Just Broke Up
  6. My Lucky Day
  7. Need You Around
  8. Can't Help the Teardrops (From Getting Cried)
  9. Adena
  10. On the Shoulder
  11. Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground (Willie Nelson)
  12. Blanket In The Park
October 08, 2012St Louis, MOThe Firebird
October 10, 2012Atlanta, GAMasquerade
October 11, 2012Chapel Hill, NCLocal 506
October 12, 2012Washington, DCRed Palace
October 13, 2012New York, NYStudio at Webster Hall
October 14, 2012Philadelphia, PANorth Star Bar
October 15, 2012Boston, MATT The Bear's Place
October 16, 2012Buffalo, NYMohawk Place
October 17, 2012Cleveland, OHGrog Shop
October 18, 2012Toledo, OHMickey Finn's
October 19, 2012Milwaukee, WIClub Garibaldi's
October 20, 2012Chicago, ILDouble Door
November 04, 2012Denver, COHi-Dive
November 05, 2012Salt Lake City, UTUrban Lounge
November 07, 2012San Francisco, CASlim's
November 08, 2012Los Angeles, CATroubdaour
November 09, 2012San Diego, CASoda Bar
November 10, 2012Phoenix, AZSail Inn
November 12, 2012Austin, TXRed 7
November 13, 2012Houston, TXFitzgerald's Upstairs