Paramore Releases Expanded ‘Paramore: Self-Titled Deluxe’ November 24

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Paramore

Paramore will release Paramore: Self-Titled Deluxe on November 24, and the expanded digital edition contains a new version of “Hate To See Your Heart Break.” The track contains duet vocals from former The Civil Wars member Joy Williams.

Also included is the never before released 2012 demo “Tell Me It’s Okay”, two bonus tracks “Escape Route” and “Native Tongue”, and 8 live tracks that were performed this summer at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Paramore’s Hayley Williams was recently named the first winner of Billboard’s “Trailblazer Award,” an honor that spotlights an artist who breaks from convention and inspires new talent to carve their own path. The Trailblazer Award is presented next month at the ninth annual Billboard Women in Music Awards, which takes place December 12 in New York City.

The track listing for Paramore: Self-Titled Deluxe is below:

  1. Fast In My Car
  2. Now
  3. Grow Up
  4. Daydreaming
  5. interlude: Moving On
  6. Ain’t It Fun
  7. Part II
  8. Last Hope
  9. Still Into You
  10. Anklebiters
  11. interlude: Holiday
  12. Proof
  13. Hate To See Your Heart Break
  14. (One Of Those) Crazy Girls
  15. interlude: I’m Not Angry Anymore
  16. Be Alone
  17. Future

BONUS MATERIAL

18.  Hate To See Your Heart Break (feat. Joy Williams)
19.   Escape Route (Bonus Track)
20.   Native Tongue (Bonus Track)
21.   Tell Me It’s Okay (Self-Titled Demo)
22.   Still Into You (Live at Red Rocks)
23.   Decode (Live at Red Rocks)
24.   The Only Exception (Live at Red Rocks)
25.    Brick by Boring Brick (Live at Red Rocks)
26.    Let the Flames Begin (Live at Red Rocks)
27.    Part II (Live at Red Rocks)
28.    Proof (Live at Red Rocks)
29.    Ain’t It Fun (Live at Red Rocks)

Reese Witherspoon Brings “Life Experiences” To ‘Wild’ Collaboration

Opening December 5, Wild stars Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line) as Cheryl Strayed, a woman who hikes over a thousand miles on the Pacific Crest Trail on a journey of self-discovery. Laura Dern co-stars on as Cheryl’s mother Bobbi.

The picture, based on Cheryl Strayed’s bestselling memoir, is directed by Dallas Buyers Club filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallee. This should be the second year of awards consideration for Vallee, as Wild is getting tons of Oscar buzz, especially for Witherspoon’s performance.

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Fox Searchlight

Still, Wild isn’t just about a virtuoso performance from Witherspoon, as the actress talks about the joys of collaborating with her fellow filmmakers:

“That’s the thing about making a film. It’s not about one artist and what they want to accomplish. It’s a collaborative medium. We are only as good and connected as we feel to the central idea of what we’re trying to accomplish.

But (it’s) also what we bring to the table as our life experiences. It’s what enhances your work and it’s what connects you to the people you’re working with. So I think it’s hard when you don’t connect with people, which I’ve had that experience before and it’s really hard.”

Click on the media bar below to hear the audio version of Witherspoon’s answer: