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9 thoughts on “ Two Sides - Strike Anywhere - To Live In Discontent (CD) ”

  1. 7 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Strike Anywhere - To Live In /5(25).
  2. Strike Anywhere Lyrics "Two Fuses" touch Calling your number but the lines are cut Sabotage at the start of the race For every smile, on every dirty face Two worlds at war Two fuses for the buying Two worlds at war Our consciousness is dying Two worlds at war "To Live In Discontent" () Asleep. Antidote. Chorus Of One. Question The.
  3. To Live in Discontent is a compilation album released by Strike Anywhere. It collects various rare, live and unreleased tracks by the band including the entirety of their out of print EP, Chorus of One. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(2).
  4. To Live in Discontent by Strike Anywhere, released 25 January 1. Asleep 2. Antidote 3. Chorus Of One 4. Question The Answer 5. Incendiary 6. Earthbound 7. Notes On Pulling The Sky Down 8. Cassandratic Equation 9. Two Fuses Sunspotting Two Sides Values Here Where Are They Now The Richmond, Virginia boys of STRIKE ANYWHERE have made their career by delivering .
  5. Strike Anywhere "Two Sides": There's two sides Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Gorilla Biscuits. AZLyrics. S. Strike Anywhere Lyrics. compilation: "To Live In Discontent" () Asleep. Antidote. Chorus Of One. Question The Answer. Incendiary. Earthbound. Notes On Pulling The Sky Down. Cassandratic Equation.
  6. Strike Anywhere is arguably one of the most important bands in punk/hardcore in recent years. Despite the mildly lackluster Exit English album, Chorus Of One on No Idea/Red Leader and Change Is A Sound on Jade Tree remain incredibly solid releases. Before I had ever even heard them, I saw them opening for the Bouncing Souls about a year and a half ago and was truly blown away by the energy.
  7. To live in discontent on the other hand is chock full of poignant and anthemic songs that would fit on any other Strike anywhere release Once you hear lines like "Poverty is the strongest safest jail government ever built", you know straight away that Strike anywhere isn't your typical punk band and it's fully apparent that the band grew up.
  8. For Strike Anywhere fans, definitely have "Change is a Sound" and "Dead FM" before you pick this up, it's not a place to start like that one dude said, sorry to contradict you so. Once those are in your CD collection, it's between this and Exit English, and I'm leaning towards this 'cause let's face it, Exit English was kinda boring and monotone.
  9. To Live in Discontent is a compilation album released by Strike Anywhere. It collects various rare, live and unreleased tracks by the band including the entirety of their out of .

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