|Three Chords and a Half Truth|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 9, 2013|
|Recorded||December 2012–January 2013|
|Label||Antagonist Records, Rise|
|Producer||Trever Keith, Scott Shiflett|
|Face to Face chronology|
Three Chords and a Half Truth is the eighth studio album by American punk rock band Face to Face, released on April 9, 2013, through Trevor Keith's Antagonist Records, under exclusive license to Rise Records, their first album for Rise. This is the last Face to Face album to feature guitarist Chad Yaro.
The album's first single, "Right as Rain", was released on March 5, 2013. The single marked a change in style for Face to Face, a departure from their fast punk rock sound, into a more mid-tempo, layered classic punk sound. The album has been compared to those of Social Distortion, The Clash, and John Mellencamp.
All songs written and composed by Trever Keith and Scott Shiflett, except "Right As Rain" written by Keith.
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes are a punk rock supergroup and cover band that formed in San Francisco in 1995.
Face to Face is a punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1991 by frontman Trever Keith, bassist Matt Riddle and drummer Rob Kurth. The band rose to fame with their 1995 album Big Choice, featuring the radio hit "Disconnected" which received heavy rotation on KROQ radio in Los Angeles and appeared in the movies Tank Girl and National Lampoon's Senior Trip.
Face to Face is the 1996 self-titled third studio album by the California punk band Face to Face.
Big Choice is the second full-length album by the California punk band Face to Face in 1995. The original version of the album was released on Victory Music and re-released on A&M Records in 1995. "Disconnected" was released to alternative radio on January 20, 1995.
How to Ruin Everything is the sixth studio album by the punk rock band Face to Face, released in 2002. In August 2002, the band went on the Vagrant America arena tour, alongside other Vagrant Records bands. From June to August 2003, the group went on the 2003 edition of Warped Tour. This was their last album before their 4-year hiatus from September 2004 to January 2008.
Ignorance Is Bliss is the fourth studio album by the punk rock band, Face to Face. The album was released in 1999, and was a musical and lyrical departure from the pop-punk or skate-punk influenced music found on previous albums and EPs.
Reactionary is an album by the band Face to Face, released in 2000. This was their last release with second guitarist Chad Yaro, who left the band in 2001 but would rejoin seven years later.
Trever Keith is an American musician, producer and record label owner from Victorville, CA. He is the founding member of the So-Cal punk group Face to Face and has been the singer and guitarist of the band since their inception in 1991. Keith is also the owner and founder of the independent record labels Lady Luck Records, Antagonist Records and Folsom Records.
Over It is an EP by American punk rock band Face to Face, released in 1994 on Victory Music, a subsidiary of a major label, not the similarly named Chicago-based Victory Records. It contains remixes of songs released on 1992's Don't Turn Away as well as original material. The EP also features the first appearance of Chad Yaro on accompanying rhythm guitar, thus 'filling out' the sound, according to front man Trever Keith. By request of the band, the EP is no longer in print.
Scott David Shiflett is an American musician who has been the bassist in the punk rock band Face to Face since 1995. Born in Santa Barbara, California, he is the brother of Foo Fighters lead guitarist Chris Shiflett. Scott has also performed in the bands Viva Death, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Jackson United, and 22 Jacks.
Viva Death are an America rock band formed from members of the bands Face to Face, Foo Fighters and The Vandals. They have released three albums to date and also have numerous unreleased tracks on their website. Viva Death are known for using Baritone guitars rather than normal guitars to achieve their unique sound.
Standards and Practices is a cover album by the American punk rock band Face to Face. It was released in 1999 under the label Lady Luck, Face to Face's imprint through Vagrant Records. It was re-released two years later on Vagrant Records. It contains a mixture of rock, punk rock, and new wave cover tracks.
"Disconnected" is a song by the American punk rock band Face to Face, written by singer/guitarist Trever Keith and bassist Matt Riddle. It first appeared on their 1992 debut album Don't Turn Away and was released as a 7" single in 1993 on the independent record label Fat Wreck Chords. A remixed version appeared on the Over It EP in 1994 after the band had signed to Victory Music. This version received radio airplay, leading the label to request that the band re-record "Disconnected" for their second album Big Choice (1995). This third version of the song was made into a music video and reached #39 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1995.
This is a comprehensive discography of Face to Face, a Southern California-based punk rock band. The band has released eleven full-length studio albums, eight EPs, two split albums, one official live recording, one compilation album, eleven music videos and twelve singles. This list is not intended to include material performed by members or former members of Face to Face that was recorded with Legion of Doom, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, No Use for a Name, The Offspring, Pulley, Saves the Day, 22 Jacks, Viva Death, Red Faced, or Real Space Noise.
Laugh Now, Laugh Later is the seventh studio album by American punk rock band Face to Face, which was released on May 17, 2011, through Antagonist Records, a label run by the band's lead singer and guitarist Trever Keith. It marks 9 years since the release of Face to Face's previous studio album How to Ruin Everything in 2002. It is their first release with second guitarist Chad Yaro in 11 years, since 2000's Reactionary.
Viva Death is the first full-length album by the California rock band Viva Death. The album was released in 2002 on Vagrant Records.
One Percent Panic is the second full-length album by the California rock band Viva Death. The album was released in 2006 on Functional Equivalent Recordings.
Protection is the ninth studio album by American punk rock band Face to Face, released on March 4, 2016, through Fat Wreck Chords. It was issued with the catalog number FAT954 on multiple formats including compact disc, vinyl and digital download. This was the first release for the band on Fat Wreck Chords in over 20 years, and the first one with guitarist Dennis Hill as the replacement of Chad Yaro.
Hold Fast: Acoustic Sessions is the tenth studio album by the American punk band Face to Face. Hold Fast was released on July 27, 2018 by Fat Wreck Chords on CD and LP. The album consists of ten new acoustic versions of popular Face to Face songs from previous albums, spanning the band's entire career.
Live in a Dive is the an album by American punk rock band Face to Face; it is the band's third live album and the ninth installment of the Live in a Dive series. It was released by Fat Wreck Chords on October 18, 2019 and includes songs spanning from the band's debut album Don't Turn Away (1992) to the more recent album Protection (2016).
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