Who Sang False Evidence Appearing Real? Folly

Release information
Release Date: 2006-2-21
Genre: Rock
Style: Hardcore/Punk
length: 3:34
producer: Sal Villanueva
vocal: Jon Tummillo
mixer: Tim Gilles
recording engineer: Erin Farley, Alex Eddings and Chris Gachot
guitar: Geoff Towle and Agim Colaku
guest: Eric Gunderson
drums (drum set): Anthony Wille
bass guitar: Arben Colaku
Lyrics



Woe?
Blame it on the rain.
Whoa!
Blame it on the name game.
Size-up, suit up self-esteem.
Tie-down, dress-down fight in the dog-days.
Wolf nights?
Introspection and longing are a feverish solitaire.
In fact, it's a lot like masturbation.
When you win, you beat yourself.
See-saw, hear / say.
Say-saw, heresy.
Stimulus, responsive.
Stimuli responded.
Let's pick a definition!
Undue sense of ones own arrogance or a family of lions?
Yeah, I'm afraid.
I don't want to die.
Not now.
Not ever.
It's a harsh reality, right?
It's the most offensive truth.
Those songs you'll hear when you're deaf.
What will they sound like when there's no sound at all?
Footsteps you see in the dark.
Footsteps you see?
Cat and mouse is a game of subterfuge.
The mind scratches itself to pieces.
Spat-up.
Chew it down or leave the entrails to dry in the sun.
In summation, fright is nothing more than a collection of preemptive suicides.
Do what you do to be alive.
It's a massacre outside that hole, wandering three-blind mrs. butcher.
Suspense!
"it's that cat, doc, he scares me to death,"
Confesses the mouse to the shrink.






Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Brooks Wuz Here
  • 2 Bonfire of the Manatees
  • 3 False Evidence Appearing Real
  • 4 Odds > Evens
  • 5 The Wake
  • 6 Human Bodies
  • 7 We Still Believe...
  • 8 Historian
  • 9 Broken
  • 10 Forfeit Sundials
  • 11 All the King's Horses
  • 12 Operation: Work; Lift-Face

  • Release information
    label: Triple Crown Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 646920306428
    script: Latin