The two – the April Demo and the Pandora Stream – are actually different. Most songs have slight changes, but the two most noticeable are Why I Am – which removes a Saxophone accompaniment in the beginning of the song, and Seven – which is improved lyrically, and just sounds better overall. How exactly did that happen, you may ponder? Well, it’s pretty simple; the first thing to leak wasn’t a finished product. The band and producer Rob Cavallo continued to tweak the album up until May. In fact, if you’ve got your hands on a watermarked disc, or attended a listening party where one was played, you’ll notice some more changes. You And Me has percussion on the Pandora stream, and most watermarked copies do not (listen around the chorus of “You and me together…” and you’ll heard the dearth of Carter). So… is what’s streaming on Pandora the Final product? Last antsmarching.org heard, You and Me was to be a straight-up acoustic track, which seems to mean that the watermarked discs would be the “final.” In other words, we don’t know if the Pandora stream is the “final final” version or not. Regardless, the stream is only 96 kb, and not the greatest of quality, so it’ll all sound a lot better once the album arrives on June 2.
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