Release date
23 Apr 2002
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Promise Ring - Size Of Your Life 3:08 781
2 Promise Ring - Stop Playing Guitar 5:05 1,103
3 Promise Ring, The - Suffer Never 4:10 437
4 Promise Ring, The - Become One Anything One Time 4:18 365
5 Promise Ring, The - Wake Up April 5:07 344
6 Promise Ring, The - Get on the Floor 4:07 412
7 Promise Ring, The - Half Year Sun 5:40 306
8 Promise Ring, The - My Life Is At Home 4:15 360
9 Promise Ring, The - Letters to the Far Reaches 2:29 267
10 Promise Ring, The - Bread And Coffee 3:52 443
11 The Promise Ring - Woodwater - 11 - Say Goodbye Good 6:36 415
12 Promise Ring - Feed The Night 3:04 380

About this album

Wood/Water is the final album by emo band The Promise Ring, as well as their ANTI debut. It included the successful single “Stop Playing Guitar” as well as the song “Say Goodbye Good”, which played over the ending credits of the film All the Real Girls. The album was released on CD by ANTI- and double 10” vinyl by Foreign Leisure Records. The vinyl release contains one bonus track, “All Good Souls”, and has a slightly altered track listing. The turns the band had taken were some sharp ones. Lead singer Davey von Bohlen had recently undergone surgery for a fist-sized tumor in his head, which greatly affected his view on life, and thus his song writing. Not too long after the release of Wood/Water, von Bohlen and drummer, Dan Didier decided that it was time to call it quits. The band broke up shortly after.

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  • mUCUS32

    here here

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • berrypies

    amazing album, different from the usual obviously, but amazing final installment by an amazing band.

    22 Feb 2012 Reply
  • mightykendar

    This is an outstanding album.

    26 Apr 2011 Reply
  • razcom

    i love this album.

    26 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Robisu

    as important as music can be. so far ahead of their time. all the folkies of today owe a high five and a check to these guys.

    20 Apr 2009 Reply
  • xblakeyoung

    maybe my favorite.

    12 May 2007 Reply
  • shoot_the_moon

    I couldn´t agree more. To me the fact this record sold so badly is one of the greatest mysteries of our time.

    8 May 2007 Reply
  • novocaneboy

    Such an underated album!

    21 Mar 2007 Reply

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