The Theory of Harmonial Value

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The Theory of Harmonial Value
Studio album by Moneen
Released August 7, 2001
Recorded January 2001, Chemical Sound, Toronto, Canada
Genre Emo, Indie rock
Length 58:40
Label Smallman Records
Producer Greg Dawson and Moneen
Moneen chronology
Smaller Chairs for the Early 1900s
The Theory of Harmonial Value
Are We Really Happy with Who We Are Right Now?
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The Theory of Harmonial Value is the second release by the rock band Moneen. This is also their first full-length album. The album is named after the papers of Dr. Lozlo Pronowski, a fictional scientist created by the band. At the end of the track, "The Passing of America", an instrumental demo version of "Closing My Eyes Won't Help Me Leave" can be heard, which was later included on "Are We Really Happy With Who We Are Right Now".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Moneen.

No. Title Length
1. "The Start to This May Be the End to Another" 6:09
2. "A Realization of How It's Always Been" 4:27
3. "What Did You Say?...I'm Sorry My Eyes Are on Fire" 5:42
4. "Half Empty? Half Full? I Never Got a Glass to Start With" 4:17
5. "What the Weatherman Forgot to Tell You" 4:52
6. "No Better Way to Show Your Love Than a Set of Broken Legs" 4:02
7. "Why Bother Wondering When Wondering's All You Got" 3:55
8. "The Passing of America" 6:53
9. "I Wish I Was There to See the Way It Was Supposed to Be" 6:00
10. "Tonight, I'm Gone..." 12:27
Total length: 58:40