Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Halfway to Holland - Discography (2001 - 2006)

Genre: Emo / Pop Punk
Website: Myspace
For Fans Of: Title Fight, Basement, Other Peter Helmis projects
Track List:

Demo (2001)
- The Most Convincing Letter
- An American Ocean
- From The Ankles Up
- An Army Behind Me
- It Comes With The Territory
- In Good Taste

Halfway to Holland (2003)
- It Comes With the Territory
- The Most Convicting Letter
- An American Ocean
- An Army Behind Me
- In Good Taste
- Intentionally Blank
- From the Ankles Up
- Together in Hopes
- Not Quite Yet
- To Be Frank I'd Have to Be Foley

Compilation Tracks (2006)
- To Be Frank I'd Have to Be Foley
- Together In Hopes
- This Page Is Intentionally Blank

Unreleased Tracks (2006)
- Crimson Red
- To Be Frank I'd Have To Be Foley
- Leave The Claustrophobia To The Claustrophobians
- Untitled
- The Beast
- Beating A Dead Horse
- Poor English
- Eight
- No Souls
- To Be Frank I'd Have To Be Foley (Demo)
- Leave The Claustrophobia To The Claustrophobians (Demo)

Halfway to Holland is the pop punk band that eventually became Algernon Cadwallader, so if you like Algernon you will probably fuck with this heavy.  For some reason it became increasingly difficult to find the discography, since every god damn link was dead except one.  But 85mb for some people can be a pain in the ass, and I think a lot of people have the S/T release more than anything so I decided to split it up by release.  I don't know the actual dates for the compilation and unreleased tracks, but they were released with the discography so I assume 2006 would be correct.  Either way, Halfway to Holland was super chill and you should check them out if you haven't already.  For the rest of you that forgot to put them in your itunes or whatever you use? Shame on you, get some nostalgia in your life.


  1. Does a working link for this band's discog exist anymore? Really would appreciate being able to listen to more than what's on Youtube :(

  2. Here you go archive as is no folders, although i think files are tagged to respective albums (not 100% sure though)