Guilt by Association Vol. 2

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Guilt by Association Vol. 2
Compilation album by Guilt by Association
(Various Artists)
Released November 18, 2008
Genre Indie rock, indie folk
Label Engine Room Recordings
Producer Wesley Verhoeve and Chris Hacker
Guilt by Association
(Various Artists) chronology
Guilt by Association Vol. 1
Guilt by Association Vol. 2
Guilt by Association Vol. 3
Professional ratings
Review scores
Alternative Press4/5 stars
Bullz-Eye.com4/5 stars link

Guilt by Association Vol. 2 is a compilation album released November 18, 2008 by Engine Room Recordings. Like its predecessor, Guilt by Association Vol. 1, it features indie rock artists covering well-known pop and R&B songs.


The second in a series of compilations released by Engine Room Recordings, Guilt by Association Vol. 2 features indie rock artists, including My Brightest Diamond and Frightened Rabbit, covering their favorite guilty pleasure pop songs. Conceived and compiled by Engine Room Recordings, the album brings together a variety of artists in the indie scene.[1]

The third album in the series was released on November 15, 2011, entitled Guilt by Association Vol. 3.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Artist(s) Covered Artist
1 "Tainted Love" My Brightest Diamond Soft Cell/Gloria Jones
2 "Self Control" The Bloodsugars Laura Branigan
3 "Cool It Now" Robbers on High Street New Edition
4 "Set You Free" Frightened Rabbit N-Trance
5 "I'm Not Okay" Matt Pond PA My Chemical Romance
6 "In the Air Tonight" Takka Takka Phil Collins
7 "I Think She Knows" Kaki King Justin Timberlake
8 "Can't Tell Me Nothing" Francis and the Lights Kanye West
9 "Africa" Lowry Toto
10 "We Didn't Start the Fire" The Forms Billy Joel
11 "If You Leave" Rafter Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
12 "Need You Tonight" Cassettes Won't Listen INXS
13 "It's a Beautiful Life" Jukebox The Ghost Ace of Base
14 "I Kissed a Girl" Max Vernon Katy Perry
15 (iTunes bonus) "Lady In Red" The Bloodsugars Chris de Burgh

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Matthew Solarski (19 November 2008). "My Brightest Diamond, Frightened Rabbit Do Covers". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2009-06-11.

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