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Pull Up The Floorboards by Lock And Key, released 26 October 2004 1. Alchemy 2. Process Of Molting 3. 303 4. Ammonia 5. Volatile 6. Albatross 7. Cover The Tracks 8. Beneath The Surface 9. Winston Churchill 10. Opening Pull Up The Floorboards is post-hardcore that way it should be: raw, abrasive, urgent and always on the brink of panic. delivered with uncompromising conviction and gut-wrenching ferocity. On Pull Up The Floorboards, Ryan Shanahan's hoarse voice, when singing, is gruff and when screaming, impassioned. It's the way emo used to sound: pure urgency and powerful guitars and rhythm.
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Album · 2004 · 10 Songs. More By Lock And Key. See All. No Fate. Chemistry for Changing Times. The Blacktop Cadence.
In most cases, though, that would automatically label the band cheap, watered-down rehashment, whereas Lock And Key is the exception. Their influences are worn visibly on their tattered short sleeves (they also list Small Brown Bike and Leatherface as such on their pureVOLUME site) but narrowly avoid a complete rip-off scheme
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- Artwork By – Joseph Spagnuolo, Taylor Forbes
- Bass – Josh Hoey
- Drums – Keith Casella
- Engineer [Additional] – Mike Vera
- Guitar, Vocals – Mike Vera, Ryan Shanahan
- Mastered By – Nick Zampiello
- Photography – Egan S. Budd, Michael Shepherd, Ryan Shanahan
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Ethan Dussault