Something's Gotta Give (album)

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Something's Gotta Give
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Studio album by Agnostic Front
Released June 30, 1998
Recorded Explosive Sound Design, Hoboken, New Jersey
Genre Hardcore punk
Length 32:44
Label Epitaph Records
Producer Billy Milano, Roger Miret
Agnostic Front chronology
Last Warning
(1993)
Something's Gotta Give
(1998)
Riot, Riot, Upstart
(1999)

Something's Gotta Give is the fifth full-length studio album by New York hardcore band, Agnostic Front. It was released in June 1998 on Epitaph Records and follows 1995's Raw Unleashed compilation album. It is actually the first studio album since 1992's One Voice. The album was co-produced by Billy Milano, the frontman of crossover thrash bands S.O.D. and M.O.D.. It marks a return to a more hardcore punk style of sound than the thrash metal inspired music of One Voice. Backing vocals, amongst others, were provided by Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid, and Jimmy Gestapo of Murphy's Law.

The track "Gotta Go" appeared on a volume of Epitaph Records' Punk-o-Rama compilation series. Another album swiftly followed in 1999, Riot, Riot, Upstart.

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Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Something's Gotta Give" 1:52
2. "Believe" 1:38
3. "Gotta Go" 3:35
4. "Before My Eyes" 2:10
5. "No Fear" 2:01
6. "Blinded" 2:42
7. "Voices" 2:16
8. "Do or Die" 2:12
9. "My War" 2:14
10. "Bloodsucker" 1:41
11. "The Blame" 2:11
12. "Today, Tomorrow, Forever" 2:27
13. "Rage" 1:32
14. "Pauly the Dog" 0:48
15. "Crucified (Iron Cross cover)" 3:25
Total length: 32:44

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