Seismic (album)

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Studio album by Dogwood
Released January 28, 2003
Genre Punk rock
Label Tooth & Nail
Producer Sean O'Donnell, Sam Boukas
Dogwood chronology
Matt Aragon
Reverse, Then Forward Again
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Seismic is the seventh studio album by San Diegan punk band Dogwood, originally titled Your Tongue Is the Deadliest of Arrows by the band. Artwork photos feature former members Scott Bergen and Eddie Spangler, although they did not perform on the album's recording, and both had left the band by the time of its release. Bassist Jason Harper announced he was leaving the group during the album's recording.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Seismic"
  2. "Selfish Americans"
  3. "Conscience in a Cave"
  4. "Sunsets Are But Once a Day"
  5. "Absolution"
  6. "Home Is Here"
  7. "Your Tongue Is the Deadliest of Arrows"
  8. "Trailer Full of Tragedies"
  9. "Faith"
  10. "What Matters"
  11. "Last of the Lost"
  12. "Crushing"