Tied Down

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Tied Down
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Studio album by
RecordedAugust 1983
StudioMulti Track Studios, Redford Michigan
Genre Hardcore punk
Label Touch and Go
Producer Corey Rusk
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Tied Down is the only official studio album by hardcore punk band Negative Approach.

Track listing

  1. "Tied Down" – 1:33
  2. "Hypocrite" – 1:47
  3. "Evacuate" – 2:35
  4. "Said and Done" – 0:50
  5. "Nothing" – 2:20
  6. "Your Mistake" – 1:48
  7. "Live Your Life" – 1:06
  8. "Friend or Foe" – 1:12
  9. "Dead Stop" – 2:41
  10. "I'll Survive" – 1:01

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