- Features Dallas Taylor (Maylene and the Sons of Disaster)
- 4 panel Digipak
- Includes their longest song every written by the band "And I Dreamt of You"
Cries of the Past is the second album by Underoath, released on July 4, 2000, originally through Takehold Records. Only 3,000 copies of the album were pressed and, like Act of Depression, it was out of print for years. The album is the last to feature guitarist Corey Steger, the first to include keyboardist Christopher Dudley, and is the only release not to feature Aaron Gillespie on any vocals during his tenure with the band. Alongside their debut album, this album was reissued through Solid State Records on August 20, 2013, which is this release.
The song "And I Dreamt of You" is Underoath's longest recorded song, clocking in at 11 minutes and 24 seconds. One of the most notorious things about the album is its length; there are only five songs, but reaches 42:08 in time length, with the shortest song on the album being "Giving Up Hurts the Most" (7:36).
1. "The Last" 7:42
2. "Giving Up Hurts the Most" 7:36
3. "Walking Away" 7:47
4. "And I Dreamt of You" 11:24
5. "Cries of the Past" 8:23