Ballads from the Revolution

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Ballads from the Revolution
Good Riddance - Ballads from the Revolution cover.jpg
Studio album by Good Riddance
Released February 10, 1998 (1998-02-10)
Recorded October 1997 at Motor Studios, San Francisco
Genre Punk rock, pop punk, melodic hardcore, skate punk, post-hardcore
Length 33:39
Label Fat Wreck Chords (FAT 565)
Producer Ryan Greene, Good Riddance
Good Riddance chronology
Good Riddance / Ensign
(1997)String Module Error: Match not found1997
Ballads from the Revolution
(1998)
Operation Phoenix
(1999)Operation Phoenix1999

Ballads from the Revolution is the third album by the Santa Cruz, California-based hardcore punk band Good Riddance, released February 10, 1998 through Fat Wreck Chords.

Reception[edit]

Andy Hinds of Allmusic rated Ballads from the Revolution four and a half stars out of five, remarking that Good Riddance "play harder, louder and faster — the tunes detonate, one after another, like a volley of mortar fire. Still, the band know how to incorporate pure pop sweetness into their relentless assault without ever coming close to cheesiness".[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Russ Rankin, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Fertile Fields" (lyrics: Rankin; music: Luke Pabich; contains dialogue from the film Sudden Impact) 2:08
2. "Sacrifice" (lyrics: Rankin; music: Chuck Platt) 1:19
3. "State Control" (lyrics: Rankin; music: Pabich) 1:23
4. "Jeannie" 2:09
5. "Salt" 1:49
6. "Choices Made" 1:16
7. "Not with Him" 2:10
8. "Understood" (lyrics: Rankin; music: Pabich) 1:48
9. "Waste" 1:59
10. "Slowly" 2:30
11. "Without Anger" 1:33
12. "Holding On" 2:12
13. "Eversmile" 1:10
14. "I Stole Your Love" (Paul Stanley; originally performed by Kiss) 2:37
15. "Years from Now" 7:36
Total length: 33:39

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hinds, Andy. "Review: Ballads from the Revolution". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-02. 

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