Cover Your Tracks


Cover Your Tracks
Cover Your Tracks
Studio album by Bury Your Dead
Released October 19, 2004
Genre Metalcore
Hardcore punk
Length 31:07
Label Victory
Bury Your Dead chronology
You Had Me at Hello
(2003)
Cover Your Tracks
(2004)
Alive
(2005)
Professional ratings
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Cover Your Tracks is the second full-length album from the hardcore band Bury Your Dead. It was released in 2004 on Victory Records and features re-recordings of two songs from Bury Your Dead's first full-length You Had Me at Hello. All songs are named after Tom Cruise movies.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Top Gun"   2:19
2. "Vanilla Sky"   2:23
3. "Mission: Impossible"   2:42
4. "Eyes Wide Shut"   2:33
5. "Magnolia"   2:47
6. "The Outsiders"   2:15
7. "Mission: Impossible 2"   2:32
8. "The Color of Money"   2:35
9. "Risky Business"   4:25
10. "Legend"   2:22
11. "All the Right Moves"   3:00
12. "Losin' It"   1:14
Total length:
31:07
  • Music videos were shot for "Magnolia" and "The Color of Money".

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