Nothing Short of a Bullet was released in 2002 and documents the band’s 2000 reunion tour. The title comes from a line in the band’s song “For the Hand of Magdalena”… “Nothing short of a bullet could have broken your will.”
The tracks on the album were recorded from performances in Toronto and Buffalo. One of the songs performed in concert, “The Unbearable Lightness of Jean”, had not appeared on any of the band’s studio albums, although a live version of it did appear on their Motel 30 single.
Our friend David Alexander not only provides the percussion on the album but also the artwork.
This package also contains a studio disc with three new songs, two originals by the band and one cover of the Bad Religion song “Kerosene”.