|Tie One On!|
|EP (Live)by The Bouncing Souls|
|Released||November 10, 1998|
|Recorded||July 19, 1998|
None (Tracks 1-8)
|The Bouncing Souls chronology|
Tie One On! is a live EP by New Jersey punk band The Bouncing Souls. The first 8 tracks were recorded live at The Continental in New York City, and all live versions of songs that previously appeared on the two prior studio albums, Maniacal Laughter and Bouncing Souls . The ninth track was recorded in the studio and was later re-recorded for their next studio album, Hopeless Romantic .
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The Bouncing Souls are an American punk rock band from New Brunswick, New Jersey, formed in 1989. By the time of their acknowledgment by the national punk rock scene, they had reignited a "pogo" element to New Jersey punk rock by playing fast light-hearted songs, a model followed by various other local bands.
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All tracks by The Bouncing Souls except where noted.
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BYO Split Series Volume IV is a split album released in 2002 as the fourth entry in BYO Records BYO Split Series. The album features twelve tracks by US punk bands The Bouncing Souls and Anti-Flag. Each band covers one song originally by the other, with The Bouncing Souls performing "That's Youth" and Anti-Flag performing "The Freaks, Nerds & Romantics". Other covers are Cock Sparrer's "We're Coming Back" and Sticks and Stones' "Less Than Free" by The Bouncing Souls and the Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen In Love" by Anti-Flag. The remaining tracks were originally recorded for this album.
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