Complicity (Rumeur)
Album par Sum 41
Sortie 2010
Genre(s) Punk rock, Pop punk, Heavy
Producteur(s) Deryck Whibley, Dan Rivera
Label Island Records
Albums de Sum 41
Underclass Hero
Underclass Hero  2007
Underclass Hero

Complicity sera le sixième album du groupe canadien Sum 41 (le nom de l'album n'est pas officiel et d'après le bassiste du groupe, les titres des chansons pourraient bien être modifié).

Song list

  1. "Intro" (Deryck Whibley)
  2. "Panic Attack" (Deryck Whibley)
  3. "Sick of Everyone" (Deryck Whibley)
  4. "Jessica Kill" (Deryck Whibley)
  5. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  6. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  7. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  8. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  9. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  10. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  11. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  12. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  13. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  14. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  15. "?" (Deryck Whibley)
  16. "?" (Deryck Whibley)

Liens externes

Sum 41
Productions musicales
Albums studios : All Killer, No FillerDoes This Look Infected?ChuckUnderclass HeroComplicity
Demos et EPs : 1998 demo tape • Half Hour of PowerMotivation EPDoes This Look Infected Too?Chuck Acoustic EP (Tour Edition Promo)
Singles : "Makes No Difference" • "Fat Lip" • "In Too Deep" • "Motivation" • "Handle This" • "It's What We're All About" • "Still Waiting" • "The Hell Song" • "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)" • "Little Know It All (Avec Iggy Pop)" • "We're All To Blame" • "Pieces" • "Some Say" • "No Reason" • "Underclass Hero" • "Walking Disaster" • "With Me" • "Always"
Compilations : 8 Years of Blood, Sake, and Tears: The Best of Sum 41Sum 41 - All The Good Shit
DVDs : Introduction to destructionCross The T's and Gouge Your I'sSake Bombs and Happy Endings: Live in TokyoRocked: Sum 41 in CongoDeeVeeDee
Articles détaillés
Liste des récompenses de Sum 41Discographie de Sum 41
  • Portail du punk Portail du punk
  • Portail du metal Portail du metal
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