Relient K First Three Gears cover

Relient K fans are about to get more than their money’s worth when Gotee Records releases Relient K: The First Three Gears (2000-2003) on April 20th at retail stores and digital retailers worldwide.

With a whopping 51 songs, including five rare bonus tracks, the compilation is a three-disc set of the first three Relient K albums, RELIENT K, THE ANATOMY OF THE TONGUE IN CHEEK (GOLD EDITION/RIAA certified gold), and TWO LEFTS DON’T MAKE A RIGHT BUT THREE DO (GOLD EDITION/RIAA certified gold), and includes hits like “My Girlfriend,” “Sadie Hawkins Dance,” “Chap Stick, Chapped Lips and Things Like Chemistry” and more.  On top of all that, the  iTunes® version includes three music videos (“My Girlfriend,” “Chap Stick, Chapped Lips and Things Like Chemistry,” “Pressing On”).Gotee is also offering an exclusive pre-order through musichristian.com  (http://musichristian.com/sys/product.php?PRODUCT=782229 ).

With the title track from their critically acclaimed project,  FORGET AND NOT SLOW DOWN continuing its success on Christian CHR radio (currently #11) and  “I Don’t Need a Soul”  recently going for adds at both Christian rock (currently #18) and mainstream rock radio, Relient K will spend some time performing in Japan in early April, and then opening for Paramore in late April through mid May.

For tour dates and all information on Relient K, please visit:

www.relientk.com
www.myspace.com/relientk
www.twitter.com/relientk

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