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System of a Down Tour Sampler

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System of a Down Tour Sampler
📅 Released2005
🏷️ LabelNo Death
The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster chronology
The Royal Society
(2004)
System of a Down Tour Sampler
(2005)
In The Garden Ep
(2007)

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The Eighties Matchbox SOAD Tour Sampler, usually referred to as the System of a Down Tour Sampler, is an unnamed compilation album by The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster. It was sold during System of a Down's 2005 UK tour. Eighties Matchbox was the support act on this tour, and the album was a method of promoting the band to a new fan base. It compiles songs from the band's album, The Royal Society, and B-sides from the singles "Horse of the Dog" and "The Royal Society".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Rejection" - 4:13 1
  2. "Turkish Delights Of The Devil" - 2:58 2
  3. "Flag party" - 2:46 3
  4. "Lazy Bones" - 2:32 4
  5. "The Fool" - 3:07 1
  6. "Briefcases For Girls" - 2:15 5
  7. "Puppy Dog Snails" - 3:53 1
  8. "Alchemy" - 3:56 6
  9. "Palamino's Dream" - 2:49 2
  10. "The Way Of The Men Of The Stuff" - 3:22 1
  • ^1 Tracks 1, 5, 7 and 10 are taken from The Royal Society (2004)
  • ^2 Tracks 2 and 9 are B-sides taken from the "Chicken" single (2003)
  • ^3 Track 3 is a B-Side taken from the Mister Mental Single (2004)
  • ^4 Track 4 is the demo recording on the song "Giant Bones" which was used on Horse of the Dog, and is taken from the 6 track promo release of "Chicken" (2003)
  • ^5 Track 6 is a B-Side taken from the "Psychosis Safari" single (2003)
  • ^6 Track 8 is a B-Side taken from the "Rise of the Eagles" single (2005)

Personnel[edit]

  • Guy McKnight – vocals
  • Marc R. Norris – rhythm guitar
  • Tom Diamantopoulo – drums
  • Sym Gharial - bass guitar
  • Rich Fownes – lead guitar


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