|To the Confusion of Our Enemies|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 25, 2006|
|Label|| Volcom Entertainment |
|Riverboat Gamblers chronology|
To the Confusion of Our Enemies is an album by American punk band the Riverboat Gamblers.It was released in 2006 on Volcom Entertainment.
|2.||"Don't Bury Me...I'm Still Not Dead"||2:46|
|3.||"Biz Loves Sluts"||2:26|
|4.||"The Song We Used to Call "Wasting Time""||1:58|
|5.||"On Again Off Again"||3:14|
|6.||"The Gamblers Try Their Hand at International Diplomacy"||1:45|
|7.||"Walk Around Me"||2:23|
|8.||"Unicorn Shave Your Horn"||0:34|
|9.||"The Art of Getting Fucked"||2:04|
|10.||"Year of the Rooster"||3:14|
|11.||"The Curse of the Ivory Coast"||3:12|
|12.||"Rent is Due"||2:19|
|14.||"Black Nothing of a Cat"||3:37|
|15.||"No Fair (vinyl-only bonus track)"|
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