Acoustics

by Knuckle Puck

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PopPunkKing
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PopPunkKing with a track feat Dan from Real Friends, jaw dropping. Favorite track: Woodwork Acoustic (Feat. Dan Lambton of Real Friends).
Connors
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Connors Okay acoustic versions of a couple of their songs. Not essential, but nice nonetheless. Favorite track: Woodwork Acoustic (Feat. Dan Lambton of Real Friends).
Tai
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Tai The voices of Real Friends and Knuckle Puck are already amazing, and together, instant greatness Favorite track: Woodwork Acoustic (Feat. Dan Lambton of Real Friends).
Thom DeSirant
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Thom DeSirant Nice little teaser, Woodwork sounds good. Poor Excuses is alright, but not that great. Get this if you're really into Knuckle Puck like me. If you're still on the fence, pick up their other releases first.

FFO: TSSF, Neck Deep Favorite track: Woodwork Acoustic (Feat. Dan Lambton of Real Friends).
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released March 1, 2012

Recorded in Nick Casasanto's basement.
Dan Lambton of Real Friends sings on one of these songs.
Mixed and mastered by Ryan Chew

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Track Name: Poor Excuses
so i'll sit and wallow in my shit
while you spit your poor excuses.
such poor excuses about how you don't want to be the one to leave
because of the promise that you knew you wouldn't keep.

what if i came over and took back last october?
what if i came in and we talked about november?
well i remember what you needed, but that was when i knew you.
i dont know you anymore.
i wish that you would just grow up.