Writer's Block (Evergreen Terrace album)

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Writer's Block
Writer's Block (Evergreen Terrace).jpg
Compilation album of cover songs by Evergreen Terrace
Released February 17, 2004
Recorded November 2003[1]
Genre Melodic hardcore
Length 34:11
Label Eulogy Recordings
Producer Evergreen Terrace[2]
Evergreen Terrace chronology
Burned Alive by Time
(2002)
Writer's Block
(2004)
At Our Worst
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Punknews 5/5 stars[3]

Writer's Block is a cover album released by the melodic hardcore band Evergreen Terrace in 2004. It contains mostly covers of songs that influenced the band. The band wrote this in their CD:

"Yeah, we know this isn't our new album. This is just a bunch of covers that we suckered Eulogy into putting out... Hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Roll Deep." - 01/04

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original artist (date) Length
1. "Maniac"   Michael Sembello Michael Sembello (1983) 3:13
2. "Zero"   Billy Corgan The Smashing Pumpkins (1995) 2:52
3. "Plowed"   Tim Cross, Joey Mazzola, Jimmy Paluzzi Sponge (1994) 3:12
4. "Stars"   Tim Lash, Matt Talbott Hum (1995) 4:37
5. "Knowledge"   Operation Ivy Operation Ivy (1989) 1:56
6. "Mad World"   Roland Orzabal Tears for Fears (1983) 2:55
7. "The Kids Aren't Alright"   Dexter Holland The Offspring (1998) 3:05
8. "Sunday Bloody Sunday"   U2 U2 (1983) 3:42
9. "Dying Degree"   Fat Mike NOFX (1994) 2:13
10. "Brave Reality"   Evergreen Terrace Original 6:26
Total length:
34:11

Personnel[edit]

  • Andrew Carey – lead vocals
  • Craig Chaney – lead guitar, clean vocals
  • Josh James – rhythm guitar
  • Jason Southwell – bass guitar
  • Christopher Brown – drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Writer's Block - Evergreen Terrace|Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards|AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved April 23, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Writer's Block - Evergreen Terrace|Credits|AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved April 23, 2014. 
  3. ^ Conduit (February 17, 2004). "Punknews Review". Punknews. Retrieved April 23, 2014.