It was a good week for albums.
We’ve already seen a number of notable albums that were released in the week, including the new Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc. film, the new Nickelodeon series and a new song by Katy Perry.
But then, just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, a new album is released and everyone starts clamoring for more.
The first new album to come out of the 2016 Christmas season is Scrapbook Albums, which is the title of the band’s new LP, and is also a re-release of the group’s 2011 LP, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.”
It is an ambitious project, and it’s also quite a bit of work.
The new album consists of 11 songs, and features all-new songs from the band, along with covers of classics like “Don’t Look Back In Anger,” “It’s So Easy” and “What’s My Name?”
The album was originally scheduled to release in January, but was pushed back to February because of the upcoming Winter Olympics.
That means it’ll only be available on YouTube in a few months.
But the band has a plan.
“The next two years we’re going to be in a very exciting place,” guitarist Alex Yager told theScore.
“We’ll be in the studio, and the first album is going to come from the studio.”
The band’s first record is due out in November, and you can expect more new material to come.
The band was originally formed by former members of Tool and The Strokes, and Yager played keyboards on their albums, including “Blurred Lines” and the bandmates’ “A Different Kind of Love.”
Yager and co-lead guitarist and singer Adam Ellis also have a musical connection, as Ellis was the drummer on Tool’s first two albums.
The group was originally billed as Tool, but changed its name in 2015 to Scrapbooks.
They released two singles, “A Little More Love” and its cover of “Don´t Look Back in Anger,” in 2017.
They also released a remix of the song “Don’t Look back in anger” by the Strokes.
The Strokes and Tool have both been active in the arts and arts-related causes for a long time, and Scrap Books is no different.
They released the first single “Don\’t LookBackInAnger” on their 2011 album, and released another track called “What It Is.”
The new band also collaborated with bands including Coldplay, The Stroke, Lady Gaga and Adele.
They’ve also toured extensively and are planning a big tour this year.