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One Chord to Another

One Chord to Another was the third album by Canadian rock band Sloan. After rumours that they had broken up following the problems they faced with Geffen Records when Twice Removed was released, Sloan began touring and writing again in 1995 and released One Chord to Another on Murderecords[?] in 1996. Like the previous album it was a catchy, Beatles-influenced pop record, and is considered to be one of the greatest Canadian albums of the 1990s, if not of all time. The band also experimented with instruments they had never used before, such as piano, trumpets, and maracas.

The album was not released until 1997 in the United States, and originally contained a 10-song bonus CD of live material. All songs on the Canadian version were written by Sloan.

Track Listing

  1. The Good in Everyone (2:17)
  2. Nothing Left to Make Me Want to Stay (2:35)
  3. Autobiography (3:18)
  4. Junior Panthers (2:38)
  5. G Turns to D (3:24)
  6. A Side Wins (3:11)
  7. Everything You've Done Wrong (3:29)
  8. Anyone Who's Anyone (2:48)
  9. The Lines You Amend (2:32)
  10. Take the Bench (3:50)
  11. Can't Face Up (3:53)
  12. 400 Metres (4:31)



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