Punk Goes Acoustic

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Punk Goes Acoustic
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Compilation album by "Punk Goes..."
Released October 21, 2003
Recorded Various
Genre Acoustic rock, emo
Length 76:40
Label Fearless
Producer Various
"Punk Goes..." chronology
Punk Goes Pop
(2002)
Punk Goes Acoustic
(2003)
Punk Goes 80's
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Punk Goes Acoustic is a compilation album released by Fearless Records as part of the Punk Goes... series. It contains a collection of both previously released and unreleased songs by various artists performing acoustically. It was packaged with a bonus CD showcasing acts on the Fearless and Victory record labels. The album was released on October 21, 2003. This was the first Punk Goes... album to deviate from the theme of performing cover songs, though it was not the first to feature an original song, following The Aquabats' "Why Rock?" on Punk Goes Metal.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer Length
1. "Time to Talk" Open Hand 3:58
2. "Trust" Thrice 2:40
3. "Firewater" Yellowcard 3:22
4. "Memory" Sugarcult 3:43
5. "Letters to You" Finch 3:46
6. "A Hole In the World" Thursday 5:34
7. "Playing Favorites" The Starting Line 4:03
8. "Velvet Alley" Strung Out 4:59
9. "Eight of Nine" The Ataris 2:45
10. "Cute Without the 'E' (Cut from the Team)" Taking Back Sunday 4:26
11. "Chloroform Perfume" From Autumn to Ashes 5:00
12. "Swing Life Away" Rise Against 2:26
13. "The King" Piebald 4:36
14. "Over It" Rufio 1:54
15. "Chalk Line" Strike Anywhere 4:18
16. "Away to the Heart" Noise Ratchet 3:39
17. "Blue Collar Lullaby" Coalesce 4:42
18. "Gathering Darkness" Grade 5:00
19. "Alone In the World" Glasseater 3:41
20. "Knew It All Along" Midtown 2:51

Bonus CD[edit]

  1. "Onto Morning Stars" – Anatomy of a Ghost (Fearless Records)
  2. "Still Standing" – Rock Kills Kid (Fearless Records)
  3. "New Way to Dance" – The Kinison (Fearless Records)
  4. "Anything" – Plain White T's (Fearless Records)
  5. "Taking It All Back" – Count the Stars (Victory Records)
  6. "Shevanel Take 2" – Between the Buried and Me (Victory Records)
  7. "I Loved the Way She Said L.A." – Spitalfield (Victory Records)
  8. "Giving Up" – Silverstein (Victory Records)

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