|Too Dead For Me EP|
|Released||1 October 1999|
|Genre||Digital hardcore, punk rock, noise|
|Label||Digital Hardcore Recordings|
|Atari Teenage Riot chronology|
Too Dead For Me EP is an EP by Atari Teenage Riot released in 1999 on CD and as a 12" vinyl record to promote their album 60 Second Wipe Out , where the title track originated.
"Revolution Action (Live In San Francisco)/[Noise#3]" and "No Remorse [Live In New York 1999]/[Noise #1]" were both re-released on Redefine the Enemy - Rarities and B-Side Compilation 1992-1999 , in their entirety but the titles were truncated, removing the words "[Noise #3]" and "[Noise #1]". "Death Of A President DIY [Acapella]" was also re-released on Redefine the Enemy - Rarities and B-Side Compilation 1992-1999 .
|1.||"Too Dead for Me/[noise #2]"||4:23|
|2.||"Revolution Action/[noise #3]" (Live in San Francisco 1999)||4:45|
|3.||"Anarchy 999" (Real Mix)||4:01|
|4.||"Death of a President" (Accapella)||0:28|
|5.||"No Remorse/[noise #1]" (Live in New York 1999)||5:33|
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