Live the Dream

Plan-It-X Records
Release date
24 Aug 2012
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 First Song 2:27 7,878
2 More About Alcoholism 2:43 7,835
3 We Are All Compost in Training 3:18 6,913
4 From Here to Utopia (Song for the Desperate) 6:40 378
5 Never Coming Home (Song for the Guilty) free download 4:04 4,893
6 Vampires Are Poseurs (Song for the Living) 2:50 4,705
7 Of Ballots and Barricades 1:44 6,285
8 Bitter Old Man 4:18 6,130
9 Your Heart Is a Muscle the Size of Your Fist free download 3:40 9,039
10 First Song, Part 2 3:20 6,011

About this album

A highly controversial debut release from Ramshackle Glory. Many people applaud the well-executed arrangements and instrumentation, while others are pissed that lead songwriter Pat “The Bunny” isn’t sleeping in a miserable alley being depressed for their amusement anymore (see Johnny Hobo and the Freight Trains and Wingnut Dishwashers Union).

Narrating the first year of an alcoholic and heroin addict learning how to get sober and stay punk, this album is a document of suffering, change, and hope. After years of false starts, this may finally be the beginning.

Released June 3, 2011. 1000 CDs pressed by DIY Bandits/Savage Wasteland Music Collective. 500 tapes pressed by Plan-It-X Records. Available as MP3s directly from Bandcamp.

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  • koholintisland

    @rhuffman8 people who wouldn't want an addict to get better clearly have never experienced just how devastating that shit can be

    1 Feb 2014 Reply
  • FancyBear1

    best album eveeeeeer

    20 Oct 2012 Reply
  • thrashdeth

    most beautiful and perfect album written!

    14 Jan 2012 Reply
  • coleheideman

    damn straight. People are assholes sometimes.

    31 Oct 2011 Reply
  • rhuffman8

    fuck what anyone has to say about PTB's mentality now. I'm glad his life is coming together more now and I'm even happier that he's decided to continue making music.

    27 Sep 2011 Reply