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Top Contenders: The Best of Strung Out

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Firecracker
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Velvet Alley
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Mind of My Own
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Everyday
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City Lights
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Too Close To See
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Vanity
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Mission Statement
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Cemetery
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Bring Out Your Dead
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Analog
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Black Crosses
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Ashes
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Monster
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Letter Home
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Blueprint of the Fall
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Population Control
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Swan Dive
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Calling
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Saturday Night
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Exhumation of Virginia Madison
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In Harm's Way
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Scarecrow
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Cult of the Subterranean
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Here We Are
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Total Tracks: 26   Total Length: 77:50

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Top Contenders: The Best of Strung Out is a two-disc compilation that collects from the Simi Valley punks’ 15 years of albums, going all the way back to 1994’s Another Day in Paradise and spanning up to 2009’s Agents of the Underground. A couple songs are taken from each of Strung Out’s seven albums, as well as their Element of Sonic Defiance EP. Also, there are three newly recorded tracks (“City Lights,” “Saturday Night,” and “Here We Are”) that don’t feel out of place among the band’s biggest hits. Of the several Strung Out comps, this is the best by far. The Skinny Years: Before We Got Fat pooled from the early years, before their golden years at Fat Wreck Chords, and Prototypes and Painkillers focused on outtakes and demos. Top Contenders sums up the entire catalog rather well and stands as the definitive Strung Out retrospective. – Jason Lymangrover

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