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And the Land of Fake Believe

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Released  May 16, 2006
Artist  Eleventyseven
Producer  Travis Wyrick
Genres  Punk rock, Pop punk
Length  35:40
Release date  16 May 2006
Label  Flicker Records
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A stellar sayonara

And the Land of Fake Believe is the full-length debut album by the Christian pop punk band Eleventyseven.


The album was released on May 16, 2006 under Flicker Records. The songs "More Than a Revolution", "Nostalgiatopia", and "MySpace" were all released as singles on Christian radio, with "More Than a Revolution" making the Top 5 in ChristianRock.Net's weekly Top 30 and No. 28 in their annual Top 100.

Princess pink and the land of fake believe


The album was nominated for the 38th GMA Dove Awards in the category of "Recorded Music Packaging of the Year", but lost to to Beyond Measure by Jeremy Camp.

Track listing

All tracks written by Matt Langston, Caleb Satterfield, and Johnathan Stephens except where noted.



  • Matt Langston - lead vocals, guitar, synthesizer
  • Caleb Satterfield - bass, backing vocals
  • Johnathan Stephens - drums, backing vocals
  • Additional production

  • Travis Wyrick - producer, mixing, DAW editing
  • Mike Dearing - DAW editing, additional percussion
  • Tom Baker - mastering
  • Paul Jones - additional keys on tracks 5 and 11
  • Dave Hill - band photography
  • Bryan Ledbetter - album artwork
  • The Zoo Agency - art design
  • Music videos

  • MySpace on YouTube
  • Songs

    1More Than A Revolution3:12
    2A Stellar Sayonara2:51


    And the Land of Fake Believe Wikipedia

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