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|Released||31 August 1999|
|Genre||Dark rock, alternative rock|
Tonight's Decision is the fourth full-length album by Katatonia, released in 1999 by Peaceville Records. The album was reissued in 2003 with two bonus tracks.
All tracks are written by Nyström and Renkse except where noted.
|1.||"For My Demons"||5:47|
|2.||"I Am Nothing"||4:37|
|3.||"In Death, a Song"||4:51|
|4.||"Had to (Leave)"||6:03|
|6.||"Right Into the Bliss"||5:04|
|7.||"No Good Can Come of This"||4:24|
|9.||"A Darkness Coming"||5:01|
|10.||"Nightmares by the Sea" (Jeff Buckley)||4:15|
|12.||"No Devotion" (2003 reissue bonus track)||4:48|
|13.||"Fractured" (2003 reissue bonus track)||5:52|
The standard edition and 2003 reissue each end with a different song, but on every version the final track ends with 25 to 30 seconds of silence and a hidden track, hence there are actually two official versions of "Black Session".
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