Steal This Record

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This article is about the album by The Suicide Machines. For the album by System of a Down, see Steal This Album!.
Steal This Record
Studio album by The Suicide Machines
Released September 25, 2001
Recorded 2001, at Hensen Recording Studio in Hollywood, California
Genre Punk rock, Pop punk
Label Hollywood
Producer Julian Raymond
The Suicide Machines chronology
The Suicide Machines
(2000)
Steal This Record
(2001)
A Match and Some Gasoline
(2003)
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Steal This Record is the fourth album by the Detroit, Michigan punk rock band The Suicide Machines, released in 2001 by Hollywood Records. It was the band's last album for the Hollywood label, as they moved to Side One Dummy Records the following year. It was also their last album with longtime bassist Royce Nunley, who left the group in 2002. The album's musical direction mixes the pop punk style the band had explored on their previous album The Suicide Machines with elements of the ska punk and hardcore styles of their first two albums.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by The Suicide Machines except where noted

  1. "The Killing Blow"
  2. "Steal This Record"
  3. "Honor Among Thieves"
  4. "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" (William Berry/Peter Buck/Michael Mills/Michael Stipe; originally performed by R.E.M.)
  5. "Bleeding Heart"
  6. "The Air We Breathe"
  7. "Stand Up"
  8. "Off the Cuff"
  9. "Middle Way"
  10. "Scars"
  11. "All My People"
  12. "Unbreakable"
  13. "Stay"
  14. "Leap of Faith"

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