Delightfully Pleased

Delightfully Pleased
Delightfully Pleased
Studio album by Punchline
Released August 10, 2010
Genre Pop punk
Label Modern Short Stories, TDR Records
Punchline chronology
Just Say Yes
Delightfully Pleased
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating (85%) [1]
Alternative Press 3.5/5 stars [2]
BLARE Magazine 3/5 stars [3]
Muzik Dizcovery (85%) [4]

Delightfully Pleased is an album from pop punk band Punchline which was released August 10, 2010. It is the follow-up to 2008's Just Say Yes. The album's title comes from the lyrics of the song "Into The Mouth." The name of the record was thought of during a dream.[5] The band also released it as a free download, and after an incident after a Brokencyde concert in which members of Brokencyde allegedly attacked Punchline drummer Cory Muro and his friend, leaving him requiring three staples in his head and his friend with a broken nose,[6] the website was launched, in which visitors can donate any sum of money for Delightfully Pleased and money raised would go towards Muro's medical bills incurred as a result of the incident.[7]

The artwork was done by their friend Justin Will.[8]

Track listing

  1. Seventy
  2. The Reinventor
  3. 21 Forever
  4. Greatest. Party. Ever.
  5. Roller Coaster Smoke
  6. Into The Mouth
  7. Whatever I Want, Whenever I Want
  8. Keystoned
  9. No Significant Other
  10. Coyotes In B Major
  11. A Universal Theme


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  6. ^ Karan, Tim (April 26, 2011). "Exclusive: Punchline drummer Cory Muro tells his side of the Brokencyde story". Alternative Press. Retrieved June 30, 2011. 
  7. ^ Karan, Tim (April 26, 2011). "Members of Brokencyde allegedly assault Punchline drummer". Alternative Press. Retrieved June 30, 2011. 
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