|Through the Noise|
|Released||October 14, 2008|
|Label||Smallman (Canada) |
Victory (Rest of World)
|Comeback Kid chronology|
Through the Noise, the first live CD/DVD from Comeback Kid, was released on October 14, 2008. The concert was filmed in Leipzig, Germany on November 23, 2007. It also features an hour-long documentary of the band.
|1.||"False Idols Fall"||3:03|
|4.||"Partners In Crime"||2:56|
|8.||"All In A Year" (Featuring Rick Jimenez from This Is Hell)||2:29|
|10.||"Talk Is Cheap"||1:53|
|11.||"The Trouble I Love"||1:56|
|12.||"Hailing On Me"||2:57|
|15.||"Wake The Dead"||3:50|
'Live In Leipzig' Concert (Track listing above)
'Our Distance' Documentary (67 Min.)
Broadcasting... (Music Video)
Wake The Dead (Original Version) (Music Video)
Wake The Dead (Monster Version) (Music Video)
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