Unwritten Law’s “hits” album features new polish on old songs

Pop-punk rockers Unwritten Law are back with their career spanning greatest hits album ‘The Hit List’ – due in stores January 2nd. While most bands’ greatest hits album require very little studio time, Unwritten Law was more than happy to get back in the studio and re-record their hits.

A few of the songs offer different arrangements that truly bring out the power punk feel Unwritten Law has made their staple. With so many hits to include the band used the songs that fans requested the most vociferously at shows.

The southern California based band Unwritten Law started in 1990, but didn’t make it to the mainstream until 1999 with their hit singles, “Calin,” “Up All Night,” and “Seein’ Red.” The highly anticipated new album ‘The Hit List’ will encompass 14 years of experience and all their hits from the last six albums. It will include 14 fan favorites and two new songs.

‘The Hit List’ is now available for pre-order at Amazon. Visit the music database for more information.

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