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|Reverse, Then Forward Again|
|Compilation album by Dogwood|
|Released||April 20, 2004|
|Label||Tooth & Nail Records|
|Producer||Dogwood, Zaine Tarpo|
Reverse, Then Forward Again is a compilation of music from San Diegan punk band Dogwood, made up of songs from previous releases. The title is a reference to a very brief scene from a Tooth & Nail Records DVD compilation that features the band driving their rental van in a very erratic manner outside of the record label's office.
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