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TV Or The Atom Bomb
Garrison TV Or The Atom Bomb Punk Rock Theory
Saturday, August 8, 2020 - 10:03
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The 90’s post-hardcore torchbearers known as Garrison are back with ‘TV Or The Atom Bomb,’ a name that at one point was on the table as a viable option for the band’s name.

Not a new album, this compilation is instead a collection of B-sides, rarities and previously unreleased material that takes you on a trip that stretches over the band’s entire career from 1996 to 2004. For a compilation, this one feels surprisingly cohesive. Fans of Far, Gameface, Errortype:11 and of course Garrison themselves, will find plenty to enjoy on here from the jet-fueled opener ‘Let’s Fight’ and the Drive Like Jehu-esque ‘Twenty-Four’ down to the shoegaze shimmer of ‘The Only One’ and the band’s spirited take on the Smiths classic ‘Panic’.


Track listing:

  1. Let’s Fight
  2. We Watch the World Come Down
  3. The Only One
  4. Patient Mouth
  5. The Sound
  6. New Habits For Old Friends
  7. I’m a Lover
  8. Panic
  9. King of the Century
  10. Stand Up and State Your Name
  11. Ego
  12. Twenty Four