Tie One On!

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Tie One On!
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EP (Live)by
ReleasedNovember 10, 1998
RecordedJuly 19, 1998
Genre Punk rock [1]
Label Epitaph
Producer None (Tracks 1-8)
The Bouncing Souls and Anthony Esposito (Track 9)
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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 .


Track listing

All tracks by The Bouncing Souls except where noted.

  1. "Say Anything" – 2:02
  2. "Lamar Vannoy" – 3:18
  3. "Kate Is Great" – 2:55
  4. "Chunksong" (Timmy Chunks, The Bouncing Souls) – 1:36
  5. "East Coast! Fuck You!" – 1:29
  6. "Argyle" – 3:44
  7. "Born to Lose" (Frankie Brown, Ted Daffan) – 2:51
  8. "Here We Go" – 2:19
  9. "Kid" – 3:04


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