Thrice - Identity Crisis (2000)


"Identity Crisis" is the debut studio album by American (punk) rock band Thrice, originally released on Greenflag Records in June 2000, then re-released in 2001 by Sub City, a branch of Hopeless Records.

A portion of the proceeds from Identity Crisis went to the charity "Crittenton Services for Children and Families". Thrice's previous recording, the limited self-released "First Impressions" EP (1999), also featured a version of "T & C". The album was recorded and mixed at For the Record in Orange, California. The song "Madman" is only featured on the original release.



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