Always Leave The Ground

Always Leave The Ground

Infobox Album | Name = Always Leave the Ground
Type = Album
Artist = This Day and Age


Released = September 7 2004
Genre = Indie rock
Length = 44:24
Label(s) = One Eleven Records
Producers =
Last album = "Start Over On Monday"
(2002)
This album = "Always Leave The Ground"
(2004)
Next album = "The Bell And The Hammer"
(2004)

"Always Leave The Ground" is the second album released by This Day And Age on it's label One Eleven Records.

Track listing

# "Sometimes" – 1:09
# "Tomorrow Is Waiting" – 3:27
# "Hourglass" – 3:27
# "Second Place Victory" – 3:54
# "Slide Show" – 3:30
# "History Is Falling For Science" – 4:00
# "The Day We Started" – 3:48
# "We Always Rewind The Best Part" – 3:27
# "I Remember Me" – 2:56
# "Seven-Eighty" – 3:24
# "Clouds & Skyscrapers" – 3:15
# "A New Focus" – 3:43
# "Long Walk Home" – 4:24


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