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The Summer Tic EP is the first extended play by American rock band, Paramore. It was released during the 2006 Warped Tour and the tour supporting their previously released album All We Know is Falling. The name of the EP comes from a line in the song "Stuck on You," which is a cover of a song by Failure.

Track listingEdit

# Title Length
1. "Emergency" (Crab Mix) 4:03
2. "Oh Star" (Full Band Version) 3:47
3. "Stuck on You" (Failure Cover) 4:27
4. "This Circle" 4:05

TriviaEdit

  • The "Crab mix" refers to the producer, who Zac Farro thought "moved like a crab" while playing ping pong, one of the band's favorite games
  • Emergency features the original screaming done by lead guitarist Josh Farro, which was removed for their first album, All We Know is Falling. This version is often called "The Screamo Mix"
Paramore
Label Fueled By Ramen
Albums All We Know is Falling, Riot!, brand new eyes, Paramore
Live Albums Live in the UK 2008, The Final Riot!
Other Albums The B Sides
Singles

Pressure, Emergency, All We Know,

Misery Business, Hallelujah, Crushcrushcrush, That's What You Get, Decode,

Ignorance, Brick By Boring Brick, The Only Exception, Careful, Playing God,

Monster, Now, Still Into You, Daydreaming, Ain't It Fun

Other Charted Songs & Singles In the Mourning, Renegade, Grow Up, Anklebiters

Other Songs (Song List)

Other Songs

Extended Plays

The Summer Tic EP, 2010 Summer Tour EP, The Only Exception EP, The Holiday Sessions

Boxsets

Singles Club EP
Related Pages Teenagers, Airplanes, Stay the Night

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