|Before the Eulogy|
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|Released||November 1, 2005|
|Genre||Hardcore punk, melodic hardcore|
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Before the Eulogy is a collection of B-sides and rarities by Delaware-based band, Boysetsfire. It includes the complete Consider 7" (1996) and In Chrysalis EP (1998).
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