My American Heart (EP)
My American Heart is the first EP released by the eponymous band after changing their name from No Way Out. Two different versions of the album have been distributed. The first version was self-released and includes 5 new songs and 3 re-recorded songs from the Certainty Kills EP (Maps Around Texas, Search and Rescue, and Certainty Kills). It came out on May 29, 2004 and was available online and in select independent record stores as well as at shows. Songs from this album were played on My American Heart's small independent tours as well as on the 2005 Taste of Chaos Tour, where My American Heart played acoustically.
On June 5, 2005, a second version of the album was released by Genco Records. This version was primarily sold at My American Heart's merchandise tent during the 2005 Vans Warped Tour. It includes 4 songs from the original EP and a new demo entitled "White Lines".
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