The Good Fight for Harmony

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The Good Fight For Harmony
Harmony1.jpg
Studio album by Eleventh He Reaches London
Released 14 December 2005
16 August 2008
8 June 2012
Recorded 2005
Bergerk! Studios, Perth, Western Australia
Genre Post-hardcore, progressive rock, screamo
Length 46:25
Label Hobbledehoy Records
Good Cop Bad Cop
Producer Allen Smith
Eleventh He Reaches London chronology
Driving For Treacher
(2003)Driving For Treacher2003
The Good Fight For Harmony
(2005)
Hollow Be My Name
(2009)Hollow Be My Name2009
Re-release cover
Cover of the 2008 Good Cop Bad Cop Records re-release
Cover of the 2008 Good Cop Bad Cop Records re-release

The Good Fight For Harmony is the debut album by the Australian post-hardcore band Eleventh He Reaches London. The album was initially released independently by the band in December 2005; it was then re-released in August 2008 by Good Cop Bad Cop Records. The album was remastered and released on vinyl by Hobbledehoy Records in June 2012.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Eleventh He Reaches London.

No. Title Length
1. "Coronation" 3:25
2. "Say You See Why So" 8:48
3. "Swarming" 9:58
4. "What Would Don Juan Say?" 5:24
5. "Ruination" 1:31
6. "Chilson" 7:01
7. "Long Grows The List Of The Live And Dead Pretenders" 10:18

Personnel[edit]

  • Ian Lenton - vocals/electric guitar
  • Jayden Worts - guitar/vocals
  • Jeremy Martin - guitar/vocals
  • Craig McElhinney - bass guitar
  • Mark Donaldson - drums/percussion