Against Me!


album: Track 1 in album Searching for a Former Clarity
release date: 2005-9-6
popularity : 11 users have visited this page.
length: 4:01
producer: J. Robbins and Against Me!
mixer: J. Robbins
engineer: J. Robbins
trumpet: Geof Manthorne
alto saxophone: Chris Pumphrey
baritone saxophone: Rose Hammer Burt
background vocals: Olivier Maguire, J. Robbins, Genevieve Tremblay, Mathieu Guilbault and Dave Chamberland

Album Information

label: Fat Wreck Chords
country(area): United States
format: Vinyl
barcode: 751097068410
script: Latin

Cover Art

Against Me! Searching for a Former Clarity cover art


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No guarantees or safe places.
everyone is a suspect.
The town is trite and exaggerated.
And it's rotting your teeth right out of your head,
Your gut's expanding, your hairline's receding.
And the antibiotics aren't working,
And the skeletons in your closet have opened the door and then started talking.
Just like Miami!
Fucking Miami.

All hope has been abandoned, like bodies drifting into the ocean.
Just like Miami!
Fucking Miami!

All hope has been abandoned, like bodies drifting into the ocean.
They're in your room while you're sleeping.
All the rifle sights are on the back of your head.
And they're selling it to you as art.
All the public is buying,
and the business is capitalizing
They say you're guilty, they've got the evidence to prove it.
The plane is on fire, the fucking ship is sinking.
You're buried in the rubble of an earthquake.
Massive hemmorrhaging,

Sharks circling for the feeding.

Sharks circling for the feeding.


Track Listing

Vinyl 1
  • 1 Miami
  • 2 Mediocrity Gets You Pears (The Shaker)
  • 3 Justin
  • 4 Unprotected Sex With Multiple Partners
  • 5 From Her Lips to God’s Ears (The Energizer)
  • 6 Violence
  • 7 Pretty Girls (The Mover)
  • 8 How Low
  • 9 Joy
  • 10 Holy Shit!
  • 11 Even at Our Worst We’re Still Better Than Most (The Roller)
  • 12 Problems
  • 13 Don’t Lose Touch
  • 14 Searching for a Former Clarity