Aesthetic EP

Infobox Album |
Name = Aesthetic
Type = EP
Artist = From First to Last

Released = June 24, 2003
Recorded = 2003
Genre = Post-hardcore
Length = 21:52
Label = Four Leaf Recordings
Producer = Lee Dyess and From First To Last
Reviews =
Last album =
This album = "Aesthetic"
Next album = "Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count"

"Aesthetic" is an EP by the band From First to Last, released in 2003. It was the band's first release. In 2008, Aesthetic had become available again in the iTunes Store.

Track listing

All songs written by From First to Last.
#"Such a Tragedy" – 3:08
#"..." - 0:27
#"For the Taking" – 3:39
#"Regrets and Romance" – 3:51
#"When Flying Feels Like Falling" – 2:51
#"Ultimatums for Egos" – 3:27
#"My Heart, Your Hands" – 4:20


*Phillip Reardon - vocals
*Matt Good - guitar, vocals
*Travis Richter - guitar, screams
*Joey Antillion - bass
*Derek Bloom - drums
*Lee Dyess - engineering, production, mixing
*Adam Krause - photography
*Burn It Down Media - artwork and layout
*Maria Richter - additional vocals on "For the Taking" and "Regrets and Romance"

References official website of the band

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