1. The Good in Everyone
2. Nothing Left to Make Me Want to Stay
4. Junior Panthers
5. G Turns to D
6. A Side Wins
1. Everything You've Done Wrong
2. Anyone Who's Anyone
3. The Lines You Amend
4. Take the Bench
5. Can't Face Up
6. 400 Metres
One Chord to Another is the third studio album by the Canadian rock band Sloan, released on June 12, 1996, by Murderecords.
One Chord to Another was a few of firsts for Sloan, It was the band's first LP not to be released through Geffen Records. It was also the band's first album to win a Juno award.
After briefly breaking up following the problems they faced with Geffen when Twice Removed was released, Sloan began recording again in December, 1995 and released One Chord to Another on Murderecords in 1996. The album was recorded over a two-week period and cost $10,000 to make, $110,000 less than the cost of their previous album. Like their previous album, One Chord to Another is a catchy, Beatles-influenced power pop record. It was also the band's first album to feature trumpets.