15 (Buckcherry album)

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  • October 17, 2005 (2005-10-17) (Japan)
  • April 6, 2006 (2006-04-06) (United States and Canada)
StudioNRG Recordings Studios Hollywood, California
Mixing Plantation Mix Hawaii
Label Universal Japan, Eleven Seven Music
Producer Mike Plotnikoff, Paul DeCarli, Keith Nelson
Buckcherry chronology
Time Bomb
Black Butterfly
Singles from 15
  1. "Crazy Bitch"
    Released: January 31, 2006
  2. "Next 2 You"
    Released: 2006
  3. "Everything"
    Released: January 23, 2007
  4. "Broken Glass"
    Released: 2007
  5. "Sorry"
    Released: September 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
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IGN (8.6/10) [3]
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15 is Buckcherry's third studio album and the first with a new line-up, released on October 17, 2005 in Japan [6] [7] and on April 6, 2006 in North America. The Japanese version features two bonus tracks. "Crazy Bitch" was the first single off the album and enjoyed success on the pop charts. The second single was "Next 2 You" which peaked at No. 18 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The band confirmed, via MySpace, that the album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA for sales of 1,000,000 copies surpassing their debut album. The fifth and last single, "Sorry", has become their highest charting single to date on the US Hot 100. After 98 weeks on the Billboard 200, the album became the first Buckcherry album to reach the Top 40, peaking at 39. "Pump it Up", a Japanese edition bonus track, is used by the NHL's Edmonton Oilers as their introduction song.


Track listing

1."So Far" Josh Todd, Keith Nelson3:19
2."Next 2 You"Todd, Nelson, Jimmy Ashhurst, Marti Frederiksen 3:28
3."Out of Line"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst, Stevie Dacanay4:22
4."Everything"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst4:23
5."Carousel"Todd, Ashhurst4:31
6."Sorry"Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen3:46
7."Crazy Bitch"Todd, Nelson3:22
8."Onset"Todd, Nelson, Dacanay3:35
9."Sunshine"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst4:12
10."Brooklyn"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst, Dacanay3:59
11."Broken Glass"Todd, Nelson, Dacanay3:31
Total length:42:28
Japanese only bonus tracks
12."Back in the Day" 2:55
13."Pump It Up" Elvis Costello 3:03
Edited version
2."Next 2 You"3:28
3."Out of Line"4:22
7."Crazy Bitch"3:22
9."Back in the Day" (replacing "So Far")2:55
11."Broken Glass"3:31
iTunes version
12."Sorry" (acoustic)3:43
13."Brooklyn" (electric)3:52


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Additional musicians


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada) [10] Platinum100,000^
United States (RIAA) [11] Platinum1,000,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


Chart (2006)Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Independent Albums2
U.S. Billboard Top Internet Albums48
Chart (2008)Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 39

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