Stomping Ground

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Stomping Ground
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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 28, 2000
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, ska punk
Label Mojo
Producer John Feldmann, Tim Palmer, Jay Rifkin
Goldfinger chronology
Stomping Ground
Open Your Eyes
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Wall of Sound 65/100 [2]

Stomping Ground is Goldfinger's third official album that was released on March 28, 2000. The song "The End of the Day" contains a brief sample from the Dead Kennedys song "Nazi Punks Fuck Off." The album was produced by Tim Palmer and John Feldmann and mixed by Tim Palmer.



Stomping Ground was released in March 2000. In May 2000, the band went on tour with Ignite. [3] In March 2001, the band embarked on a tour of Europe. [4] In July and August 2001, the band went a co-headlining tour of the US with Reel Big Fish dubbed The Crouching Fish, Hidden Finger Tour, with support from Zebrahead, Home Grown, Mest, the Movielife and Rx Bandits. [5]

Track listing

All songs are written by John Feldmann, except where noted.

1."I'm Down"2:10
2."Pick a Fight"3:25
3."Carry On" (Feldmann, Charlie Paulson, Chris Johnson)3:21
4."The End of the Day"3:03
5."Don't Say Goodbye"2:31
6."Counting the Days"3:29
7."Bro" (Feldmann, Paulson)2:54
8."San Simeon"3:22
9."You Think It's a Joke" (Feldmann, Tim Palmer)3:12
11."Margaret Ann"2:34
12."Get Away" (Feldmann, Paulson)3:51
13."99 Red Balloons" (Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Carlo Karges, Kevin McAlea)3:49
14."Donut Dan"0:42
Japanese bonus tracks
15."The Kids Are Alright" (The Who cover) 
16."Man In A Suitcase" (The Police cover) 
17."Nite Klub" (The Specials cover) 
18."Rio" (Duran Duran cover) 


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