Introduction To Destruction - Astoria Show Track Listing

Astoria Show Track Listing

  1. "Motivation"
  2. "Nothing On My Back"
  3. "Makes No Difference"
  4. "Rhythms"
  5. "In Too Deep"
  6. "All She's Got"
  7. "Handle This"
  8. "Machine Gun"
  9. "Crazy Amanda Bunkface"
  10. "It's What We're All About"
  11. "Fat Lip"
Sum 41
  • Deryck Whibley
  • Jason "Cone" McCaslin
  • Steve Jocz
  • Tom Thacker
  • Dave Baksh
Studio albums
and Singles
All Killer, No Filler
  • "Fat Lip"
  • "In Too Deep"
  • "Motivation"
  • "Handle This"
Does This Look Infected?
  • "Still Waiting"
  • "The Hell Song"
  • "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)"
  • "We're All to Blame"
  • "Pieces"
  • "Some Say"
  • "No Reason"
Underclass Hero
  • "Underclass Hero"
  • "Walking Disaster"
  • "With Me"
Screaming Bloody Murder
  • "Screaming Bloody Murder"
  • "Baby, You Don't Wanna Know"
  • "Blood In My Eyes"
Other songs
  • "Makes No Difference"
  • "What We're All About"
  • "Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condroid"
  • "Little Know It All"
  • "Rock You"
  • "Get Back (Sum 41 Rock Remix)"
Live albums
  • Does This Look Infected Too?
  • Go Chuck Yourself
  • Live at the House of Blues, Cleveland 9.15.07
Demos and EPs
  • Rock Out with Your Cock Out
  • Half Hour of Power
  • Motivation
  • Chuck: Acoustic
Compilation albums
  • All the Good Shit: 14 Solid Gold Hits 2000-2008
  • Introduction to Destruction
  • Cross the T's and Gouge Your I's
  • Sake Bombs and Happy Endings
  • Rocked: Sum 41 in Congo
  • DeeVeeDee
  • "Screaming Bloody Murder Tour"
  • Discography
  • Greig Nori
  • Marc Klasfeld
  • Rock Against Bush
  • The Operation M.D.
  • Brown Brigade
  • Gob
  • Treble Charger
  • Book:Sum 41
  • Category:Sum 41
  • Portal:Punk rock

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