(A→B) Life

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[A→B] Life
Studio album by MewithoutYou
Released June 18, 2002
Recorded Inner Ear, Washington, D.C.
Genre Post-hardcore, alternative rock, experimental rock
Length 47:32
Label Tooth & Nail
Producer J. Robbins
MewithoutYou chronology
I Never Said That I Was Brave
[A→B] Life
Catch for Us the Foxes
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]

[A→B] Life is the debut album by American rock band mewithoutYou. It was released on Tooth & Nail Records on June 18, 2002. The songs "Bullet to Binary" and "Gentlemen" were featured on a split album with Norma Jean.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by MewithoutYou.

No. Title Length
1. "Bullet to Binary" 2:47
2. "The Ghost" 3:13
3. "Nice and Blue" 3:54
4. "Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt" 4:44
5. "(A)" 0:54
6. "Gentlemen" 2:49
7. "Be Still, Child" 2:41
8. "We Know Who Our Enemies Are" 2:58
9. "I Never Said That I Was Brave" 3:01
10. "(B)" 1:34
11. "Silencer" 3:49
12. "The Cure for Pain" 15:08

"The Cure for Pain" contains an acoustic rendition of "I Never Said That I Was Brave" as a hidden track. The vocal in this song is performed by bassist Daniel Pishock.


  1. ^ Jason D. Taylor. "[A --> B] Life". AllMusic. Retrieved April 27, 2016.