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Goodbye to the Gallows is the debut full-length album by American deathcore band Emmure, released March 3, 2007 through Victory Records. The guitarists on this release play in Drop A# (Drop Bb).

Track listingEdit

  1. "A Ticket for the Paralyzer" -0:50
  2. "10 Signs You Should Leave" - 3:19
  3. "When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong" - 3:17
  4. "Rusted over Wet Dreams" - 3:09
  5. "You Got a Henna Tattoo that Said Forever" - 3:24
  6. "Travis Bickle" - 2:06
  7. "Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle" featuring Karl Schuback and Tyler Guida - 3:36
  8. "The Key to Keeping the Show Fresh is... I'm Dead"- 2:45
  9. "It's Not Just a Party, it's a Funeral" - 3:05
  10. "When Everything Goes Wrong, Take the Easy Way Out"- 4:02

TriviaEdit

  • According to archived album art, "Rusted over Wet Dreams" was originally called "Scorpios with Black Names Are Bad News." The reason for this name change is unknown.
  • Track 6, titled "Travis Bickle" is a reference to the Martin Scorsese film "Taxi Driver".
  • Tracks 3 and 8 are references to the popular comedy Chappelle's Show, being a reference to the title of a recurring sketch, and a quote by a character in a sketch respectively. The title of Track 5, "You Got a Henna Tattoo that Said Forever" is a reference to a quote from Zach Galifianakis' 2001 episode of "Comedy Central Presents".[1]
  • Many people have claimed that the intro track to the album is a ripoff of the song "Carbomb" by The Acacia Strain, though thorough musical analysis reveals the two songs to be significantly different.

ReferencesEdit

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