As part of the Albany music scene well known for its hardcore and metal, and veterans of heavy bands themselves, End Of A Year wanted to take it in a different direction. Inspired by the Revolution Summer period of the Washington, D.C. hardcore scene (ie. Rites Of Spring, Marginal Man, Gray Matter), End Of A Year decided that it is possible to be loud and honest while being tuneful. The music became a natural outgrowth of that position - melodic and, at times, pleasant but always gritty and married to a punk sensibility.
1. The Browns 2. Timeshares 3. Beleaders 4. Darnel 5. Harrison... 6. Midwest 7. Anxiety II 8. Bad Land Deals 9. You Better Work 10. Escrow 11. Above Ground Pools