Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses is the debut studio album by American metalcore band Atreyu, released on June 4, 2002 through Victory Records. The album featured re-worked versions of the songs "Living Each Day Like You're Already Dead", "Someone's Standing on My Chest" and "Tulips Are Better", which originally appeared on the band's debut EP, Fractures in the Facade of Your Porcelain Beauty. "Ain't Love Grand" and "Lip Gloss and Black" were released as singles. The music video for the latter found significant airplay on Head bangers Ball and Uranium in fall 2003. The album has sold more than 240,000 copies worldwide (according to March, 2006 Nielsen SoundScan data) and continues to rise. On February 23, 2004, Victory Records re-released Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses as a "limited edition" with new liner notes from the band. The new version of the album shipped with a bonus DVD. The bonus DVD contained a live concert featuring 6 songs at the Showcase Theatre, Corona, California held on December 27, 2003, two of the band's music videos, a documentary "Lairs" which takes a look at the homes of the band members and biographies of the members of the band and crew
- "A Song for the Optimists"
- "Ain't Love Grand"
- "Living Each Day Like You're Already Dead"
- "Deanne the Arsonist"
- "Someone's Standing on My Chest"
- "At Least I Know I'm a Sinner" (featuring Efrem Schulz of Death by Stereo)
- "Tulips Are Better"
- "A Vampire's Lament"
- "Lip Gloss and Black"
Limited Edition Re-releaseEdit
- "Deanne the Arsonist" (Live Video)
- "Someone's Standing on My Chest" (Live Video)
- "Ain't Love Grand" (Live Video)
- "A Song for the Optomists" (Live Video)
- "Dilated" (Live Video)
- "Lip Gloss and Black" (Live Video)
- "Ain't Love Grand" (Music Video)
- "Lip Gloss and Black" (Music Video)
- Alex Varkatzas - unclean vocals
- Dan Jacobs - lead guitar
- Chris Thompson - bass guitar
- Travis Miguel - rhythm guitar
- Brandon Saller - drums and clean vocals
- Produced, Mixed and Recorded by Eric Rachel
- DVD Produced by Maxx Padilla and of Click Vision Productions
- Mastered by Alan Douches
- Album Artwork by Justin Borucki
- DVD Artwork by Justin Borucki and Clifford Raines
- Album Layout by Paul Miner
- DVD Concert Footage by Sean Stiegemeier