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Midtown - Forget What You Know mp3 download


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1 Armageddon. 0:45
2 To Our Savior 2:47
3 Give It Up
Mastered By – Vlado MellerMixed By – Jay Baumgardner
3:39
4 Is It Me? Is It True? 3:08
5 God Is Dead 1:04
6 Whole New World 3:38
7 Empty Like The Ocean 4:27
8 Nothing Is Ever What It Seems 3:37
9 The Tragedy Of The Human Condition 1:09
10 Waiting For The News 2:59
11 Until It Kills 3:51
12 Hey Baby, Don't You Know That We're All Whores 2:37
13 Help Me Sleep 3:04
14 Manhattan 2:39
15 So Long As We Keep Our Bodies Numb We're Safe 13:13

Credits

  • Drums – Robert Hitt
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Butch Walker, Russ-T
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Heath Saraceno, Tyler Rann
  • Lead Vocals, Bass – Gabriel Saporta
  • Mastered By – George Marino (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 15)
  • Producer – Butch Walker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
517679-2 Midtown Forget What You Know ‎(CD, Album) Columbia 517679-2 Europe 2004
ISUR021 Midtown Forget What You Know ‎(LP, Ltd, Hal + LP, Ltd, Hal) I Surrender Records ISUR021 US 2014
5176792000 Midtown Forget What You Know ‎(CD, Album) Columbia 5176792000 Australia 2004
none Midtown Forget What You Know ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Columbia none Europe 2004
ISUR021 Midtown Forget What You Know ‎(2xLP, Hal) I Surrender Records ISUR021 US 2014
Midtown - Forget What You Know mp3 download
Performer: Midtown
Genre: Rock
Title: Forget What You Know
Country: Europe
Released: 2004
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Punk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1525 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1673 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 202
Other Formats: AAC RA MP2 VOX AU MIDI MMF

Faegal
This release doesn't actually exist- confirmed by PMs to members who have this on their Wantlist. They don't have it or have a different, new version of it. Just a heads up.
Cae
Does this version actually exist? No photos to prove it, makes me wonder?
Thomeena
Just messaged all three and they all got back to me confirming they have the 2xLP reissue. I'd say this version doesn't exist.
Ferri - My name
I'm wondering the same thing. There's only 1 pre-Hot Topic press of a Midtown record that I'm aware of...an extremely rare run of 5 test presses for "Save the World, Lose the Girl." It was pressed as a single LP, not a double LP like the later Hot Topic release. The only info I've been able to find on that pressing comes from this blog post, which was written by a guy that claims to have won a copy on eBay. The copyright on the back cover states "© 2010 Enjoy The Ride Records Under Exclusive License From Drive-Thru Records" which, if accurate, is still 10 years after STWLTG's original release in 2000.As for this record, it was their first release after their split with Drive-Thru, so it had to be shopped around for awhile until they found a label that would put it out it (Columbia). Considering the circumstances, I'm not sure how keen Columbia would have been to do an actual, full-fledged vinyl release of this album back in 2004.So far, I haven't found any evidence of any contemporaneous vinyl pressings of any Midtown album, but 3 people claim to have this, so I'd love to be wrong.