To Create a Cure

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To Create a Cure
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Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 21, 2012
Label Rise
Producer Caleb Shomo, My Ticket Home
My Ticket Home chronology
The Opportunity To Be
To Create a Cure
Strangers Only
Singles from To Create a Cure
  1. "A New Breed"
    Released: December 10, 2012
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Review scores
Dead Press6/10 [1]

To Create a Cure is the debut album by American heavy metal band My Ticket Home. It was released on January 21, 2012, through Rise Records. It is the last to feature Luke Fletcher on bass and Sean Mackowski on guitar and vocals. [2]


Track listing

1."A New Breed"3:03
2."Who Is 67?"2:57
4."The Truth Changes If We Both Lie"4:24
6."Motion Sickness"2:09
7."A Thief of One, A Thief of Many"4:01
9."The Dream Code"3:15
10."Dark Days"2:41
11."Fear Complex"3:15
Total length:34:55


My Ticket Home

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  2. "My Ticket Home: To Create a Cure". Mind Equals Blown. 2012-02-08. Retrieved 2021-03-02.