And the land of fake believe

And the Land of Fake Believe
Released May 16, 2006
Genre Pop punk
Length 35:40
Label Flicker Records
Producer Travis Wyrick
Eleventyseven chronology

And the Land of Fake Believe
Galactic Conquest
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 1.5/5 stars[2]
Alpha Omega News (Not favorable) [3]

And the Land of Fake Believe is the full-length debut album by the Christian pop punk band Eleventyseven. It 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. [4][5]

An official music video for "MySpace" was released on iTunes for purchase on August 1, 2006. It was then posted by Eleventyseven via YouTube on October 25, 2009.[6]

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Matt Langston, Caleb Satterfield, and Johnathan Stephens except where noted. 
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "More Than a Revolution"    3:11
2. "A Stellar Sayonara"    2:50
3. "Nostalgiatopia"    3:49
4. "MySpace"    3:19
5. "Here With Me"  Langston, Satterfield, Stephens, Travis Wyrick 2:49
6. "The Unicorn Revolt"    2:26
7. "Anti-Adieu"    3:11
8. "Odd's and Even So's"    3:27
9. "Teenage Heartbreak"    2:42
10. "Yesterday's Glues"    3:20
11. "Reach That Far"    3:40


  • There is a slight discrepancy in the wording of the single, "Myspace." The back of the physical CD case says "My Space" while all other sources say "MySpace".
  • There is a four-second difference in the song "Reach That Far" depending on whether you buy the physical CD verses iTunes.
  • The Japanese edition of the album was released for purchase in 2008. Hence explaining why the two bonus tracks, "How It Feels (To Be With You)" and "It's Beautiful", are remixes of songs from the band's 2007 album, Galactic Conquest.
  • The two remixes featured on the Japanese edition of the album are also available on the iTunes version of Galactic Conquest.


External links

  • Crosswalk Review on "Fake Believe"

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