|Throne to the Wolves|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 16, 2010|
|Recorded||2009, at Earthsound Recording|
|Genre||Post-hardcore, experimental rock|
|Producer||Lee Dyess, Matt Good|
|From First to Last chronology|
|Singles from Throne to the Wolves|
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All tracks are written by From First to Last.
|3.||"Elvis Said Ambition Is a Dream with a V8 Engine"||4:21|
|6.||"I'll Inoculate the World with the Virus of My Disillusionment"||4:31|
|7.||"You, Me, and the Significant Others"||3:52|
|8.||"The He Man Woman Haters Club"||3:14|
|10.||"A Soft War"||2:16|
|11.||"Now That You're Gone"||5:03|
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