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A Song to Ruin

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Released  1 September 2003
Artist  Million Dead
Label  Integrity Records
Length  44:37
Release date  1 September 2003
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Recorded  Mighty Atom Studios, Swansea, Wales
Producer  Joe Gibb and Million Dead
A Song to Ruin (2003)  Harmony No Harmony (2005)
Genres  Post-hardcore, Punk rock, Emo
Similar  Harmony No Harmony, Love Ire & Song, Poetry of the Deed, Sleep Is for the Week, England Keep My Bones

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A Song to Ruin is Million Dead's debut full-length album, released in 2003 through Xtra Mile Recordings/Integrity Records.

Contents

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Track listing

  • All words and music by Million Dead
    1. "Pornography for Cowards" – 2:01
    2. "Breaking the Back" – 3:12
    3. "I Am the Party" – 2:56
    4. "Charlie and the Propaganda Myth Machine" – 3:25
    5. "A Song to Ruin" – 5:47
    6. "Smiling at Strangers on Trains" – 2:55
    7. "MacGyver" – 3:28
    8. "Relentless" – 4:03
    9. "The Kids Are Going to Love It" – 2:47
    10. "The Rise and Fall" – 14:03

    Deluxe edition track listing

  • All words and music by Million Dead
    1. "Gnostic Front" – 3:55
    2. "I Gave My Eyes To Stevie Wonder" – 3:10
    3. "Medicine" – 4:10
    4. "Tonight Matthew" – 3:05
    5. "Asthma" – 4:47

    Personnel

  • Frank Turner – Vocals
  • Ben Dawson – Drums, Bass on 'Asthma'
  • Cameron Dean – Guitar
  • Julia Ruzicka – Bass
  • Joe Gibb – Production, mastering
  • Alwyn Davies – Engineering
  • Andrew Charnik – Engineering
  • Kees Van Der Wiele – Photography
  • Songs

    1Pornography for Cowards2:02
    2Breaking the Back3:13
    3I Am the Party2:57

    References

    A Song to Ruin Wikipedia


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