|To Live in Discontent|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||January 25, 2005|
|Recorded||2000 - 2005|
|Genre||Punk rock, melodic hardcore, post-hardcore|
|Strike Anywhere chronology|
To Live in Discontent is a compilation album released by Strike Anywhere. It collects various rare, live and unreleased tracks by the band including the entirety of their out of print EP, Chorus of One .
|1.||"Asleep"||Bread or Revolution 7-inch EP on Fat Wreck Chords||2:34|
|2.||"Antidote"||Bread or Revolution 7-inch EP on Fat Wreck Chords||3:45|
|3.||"Chorus of One"||Chorus of One EP||2:23|
|4.||"Question the Answer"||Chorus of One EP||3:42|
|5.||"Incendiary"||Chorus of One EP||2:25|
|6.||"Earthbound"||Chorus of One EP||1:09|
|7.||"Notes On Pulling the Sky Down"||Chorus of One EP||3:49|
|8.||"Cassandratic Equation"||Chorus of One EP||3:15|
|9.||"Two Fuses"||Outtake from Exit English sessions||3:18|
|11.||"Two Sides" (live)||Gorilla Biscuits cover performed with New Mexican Disaster Squad in 2004||2:11|
|12.||"Values Here"||Dag Nasty cover, recorded during Change is a Sound sessions||2:49|
|13.||"Where Are They Now?"||Cock Sparrer cover, recorded in 2003 for this compilation||3:21|
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