Title: Last Days Of Rome
Style: Alternative Rock, Emo, Punk
Format: MP3 FLAC DXD AIFF MP3 VOC TTA WMA VOX
FLAC size: 1994 mb | MP3 size: 1425 mb | WMA size: 1121 mb
Turn them to swords) Past the badlands Past the blight Still breathing after the worst has left us These days never meant a thing And we come up short But we come up with something At least so far. More on Genius. Last Days Of Rome" Track Info. Last Days of Rome Daytrader. 3. Last Days Of Rome. 4. Grey-Colored Glasses. 5. Death Means Nothing To Men.
Daytrader Brooklyn, New York. Get the brand new album from this New Jersey emo band two days early, paying what you want, with all proceeds going to The Trevor Project. Bandcamp New & Notable Jul 11, 2018.
Album Name Last Days of Rome. Type EP. Released date 18 January 2011. Labels Run For Cover Records. Members owning this album0. Death Means Nothing to Men Like Me. 03:28.
Features Song Lyrics for Daytrader's Last Days Of Rome (EP) album. Last Days Of Rome Lyrics. Grey-Colored Glasses Lyrics. Death Means Nothing To Men Like Me Lyrics. Daytrader Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Last Days Of Rome (4:26). Overview (current section).
Last Days of Rome will be a refreshing release for a lot of people. Daytrader might be made up of (former) members of Crime In Stereo, Latterman, The Motorcycle Industry, Bridge and Tunnel and Divider, but they're all about early 2000's emo here, paying tribute to a time when music had more integrity, honesty, and all that stuff people harp about these days
Daytrader was an American pop punk band from Brooklyn, New York. Daytrader began in 2010 with the self-release of a demo. In 2011, Daytrader released their first EP titled Last Days of Rome on Run For Cover Records. In 2012, Daytrader released a split with the band The Jealous Sound. Also in 2012, Daytrader released their first and only full-length album on Rise Records titled Twelve Years. Twelve Years (2012, Rise Records). EPs. Last Days of Rome (2011, Run For Cover Records).
Daytrader - Last Days Of Rome. This band fucking rules. On this day in 1820, Keats wrote his last letter from where he was dying in Rome to his friend Charles Brown back in England–a last goodbye to his friends and loved ones: Rome, November 30, 1820 My dear Brown, ‘Tis the most difficult thing in the world to me to write a letter. My stomach continues so bad, that I feel it worse on opening any book,-yet I am much better than I was in Quarantine.
|A1||Kill My Compass||3:11|
|A3||Last Days Of Rome||4:26|
|B2||Death Means Nothing To Men Like Me||3:29|
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-75368
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-75369
- Artwork – Daniel Danger
- Executive-Producer – Vince Ratti
Notes300 on black vinyl
Pressed By information is not listed. Information is derived from runouts.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): S-75368
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): S-75369
|RFC:033||Daytrader||Last Days Of Rome (12", EP, Blu)||Run For Cover Records||RFC:033||US||2011|
|003||Daytrader||Last Days Of Rome (Cass, EP)||Nervous Energies||003||US||Unknown|
|none||Daytrader||Last Days Of Rome (5xFile, AAC, EP, 256)||Run For Cover Records||none||US||2011|
|RFC:033||Daytrader||Last Days Of Rome (12", EP, Num)||Run For Cover Records||RFC:033||US||2011|
|RFC033||Daytrader||Last Days Of Rome (12", EP, RP, Cle)||Run For Cover Records||RFC033||US||2011|