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Emery took the scene by storm in 2004 with the release of their debut album The Weak's End. The single 'Walls' catapulted them into indie stardom and was followed by 2005's The Question with radio singles 'Studying Politics' and 'Ponytail Parade,' which was used as the trailer for the hit FOX TV show Prison Break and used in numerous video games and TV spots. Continuing to show their growth as a band and musicians, 2007 saw the release of I'm Only A Man.

Emery has become a world wide name, with tours in Europe, Japan, Australia, South America, and across the globe as well as numerous appearances on the Vans Warped Tour. As seen on tour with bands such as: Anberlin, Chiodos, The Devil Wears Prada, Underoath, August Burns Red, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and many more. Now these three monumental albums are available in one budget priced release.



ARTIST SITE   |   RELEASED: April 6, 2010   on Tooth & Nail


   

TRACK LISTING


DISC ONE: THE WEAK'S END
1. Walls
2. The Ponytail Parades
3. Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes
4. By All Accounts (Today Was A Disaster)
5. Fractions
6. The Note From Which A Chord Is Built
7. Bloodless
8. Under Serious Attack
9. As Your Voice Fades
10. The Secret
DISC TWO: THE QUESTION
1. So Cold I Could See My Breath
2. Playing With Fire
3. Returning The Smile You Have Had From The Start
4. Studying Politics
5. Left With Alibis And Lying Eyes
6. Listening To Freddie Mercury
7. The Weakest
8. Miss Behavin'
9. In Between 4th and 2nd Street
10. The Terrible Secret
DISC THREE: I'M ONLY A MAN
1. Rock-N-Rule
2. The Party Song
3. World Away
4. After The Devil Beats His Wife
5. Can't Stop The Killer
6. Story About A Man With A Bad Heart
7. Don't Bore Us, Get To The Chorus
8. What Makes A Man A Man
9. The Movie Song
10. You Think You're Nickel Slick (But I Got Your Penny Change)
11. From Crib To Coffin


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