Triumph & Tragedy

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Triumph and Tragedy
EP by
ReleasedAugust 3, 1999
Genre Emo, Hardcore punk, Screamo
Label Victory
Grade chronology
Separate The Magnets Triumph and Tragedy
Under the Radar

Triumph & Tragedy is Grade's first release on Victory Records. "Panama" is a cover of a Van Halen song. This EP was included in its entirety on The Embarrassing Beginning .

Track listing

  1. "Triumph & Tragedy"
  2. "Stolen Bikes Ride Faster"
  3. "Panama"

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