A1 The Coast A2 The Hitchhiker A3 The Wall Burns A4 Burr B1 Electrojet B2 By God B3 Dog In The Manger C1 American Machinist C2 Aloha C3 B Coma C4 Virginia Creeper D1 The House That You’ve Grown In D2 Grey Skies Underground D3 Behind The Wheel D4 Subspace Biographies D5 Alarms Out Loud
Back in the early 2000s, Chore blasted onto the Ontario rock scene alongside contemporaries like Alexisonfire and City and Colour. Now, 14 years after the initial release of The Coastaline Fire, the band is re-releasing their 2002 swansong.
The album's original release marked a giant sonic step forward for the band, enlisting Mitch Bowden on guitar and vocals to join the ranks of founding members David Dunham (drums/vocals), Chris Bell (guitar/vocals) and Mike Bell (guitar/bass).
And while each member is still currently making music with an array of other projects, it seems as good a time as any to revisit the 2002 record that ultimately became Chore's last. In addition to the original 11-song track listing, the rebooted version boasts previously unreleased cuts "The House That You've Grown In," "Grey Sky Underground" and "Alarms Out Loud," in addition to covers of Depeche Mode's "Behind the Wheel" and Robert Pollard's "Subspace Biographies."