Thrown into the Fire

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Thrown into the Fire
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ReleasedDecember 16, 2009
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
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+/- chronology
Xs on Your Eyes
Thrown into the Fire
Pulled Punches

Thrown into the Fire is the fourth EP release by +/- and was released in December 2009. [1] It is their third Japan-only tour EP after 2004's As Seen on Television and 2005's Bloodthirsty butchers vs +/- PLUS/MINUS . Like As Seen on Television, it contains unreleased outtakes, alternate versions and a track previously only available on a non-Japanese version of an album, and like Bloodthirsty butchers vs +/- PLUS/MINUS, it includes a cover version of a song by a Japanese touring partner of the band (in this case moools).

Track listing

  1. "Thrown into the Fire" ("Let's Build a Fire" US)
  2. "For You" (band version)
  3. "Under Foot" (Xs on Your Eyes outtake)
  4. "All Dead All Dead" (Queen cover)
  5. "Catch the Wind" (Donovan cover)
  6. "Iru Iranai" (moools cover)

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