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Standards & Practices
Standards & Practices face to face duran duran
album by Face to Face
Released 1999 / 2001
Recorded 1999
Genre Rock, Punk
Length 10 tracks (+ 2 bonus on Japanese edition)
Label Lady Luck / Vagrant Records
Producer Face to Face
"Planet Earth"
cover song

Standards & Practices is an album by American punk rock band Face to Face, released by Lady Luck in 1999. The Japanese edition features a cover version of Duran Duran's "Planet Earth".

About the album[]

The album is a collection of cover songs recorded in various styles of rock, punk and new wave. The band recorded the CD during a week long break in the recording their studio album Ignorance Is Bliss.

Originally released in 1999 by Lady Luck, the album was re-released 2 years later on Vagrant Records in 2001.

Track listing[]


  1. "What Difference Does It Make?" (3:42) (originally by The Smiths)
  2. "Chesterfield King" (3:47) (originally by Jawbreaker)
  3. "Don't Change" (4:07) (originally by INXS)
  4. "Sunny Side of the Street" (2:43) (originally by The Pogues)
  5. "Planet of Sound" (2:06) (originally by Pixies)
  6. "The KKK Took My Baby Away" (2:31) (originally by Ramones)
  7. "Heaven" (3:24) (originally by The Psychedelic Furs)
  8. "Merchandise" (2:59) (originally by Fugazi)
  9. "Helpless" (2:54) (originally by Sugar)
  10. "That's Entertainment" (3:12) (originally by The Jam)

Japanese bonus tracks:

  1. "Planet Earth" (3:48) (originally by Duran Duran
  2. "In A Big Country" (3:51) (originally by Big Country)


Face to Face are:

  • Trever Keith - Vocals, guitar
  • Chad Yaro - Guitar, backing vocals
  • Scott Shiflett - Bass, backing vocals
  • Pete Parada - Drums


  • Chad Blinman - Mixing and recording
  • Ramon Breton - Mastering