The following is the discography of Goldfinger, a Los Angeles-based punk rock band formed in 1994 by John Feldmann on vocals and guitar, Simon Williams on bass, former drummer of Buffalo NY's Zero Tolerance Darrin Pfeiffer on drums, and Charlie Paulson on guitar. The band released six studio albums between 1996 and 2008, as well as three live albums, a compilation album, four extended plays, seventeen singles, and sixteen music videos.
The band released their self-titled debut album in 1996, which featured their biggest hit, "Here in Your Bedroom", which reached number five on the U.S. Billboard 's Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart, and within the top 15 on RPM 's Alternative 30 in Canada. Their second album, Hang-Ups (1997), represented their biggest chart position on the Billboard 200 at number 85, and featured the song "Superman", which became well-known for its appearance in the video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (1999).
Their next album, Stomping Ground (2000), featured a cover of Nenas' "99 Red Balloons", which was licensed on a number of movie soundtracks. Subsequent albums— Open Your Eyes (2002), Disconnection Notice (2005), and Hello Destiny... (2008)—did not fare as well, and the band temporarily ceased recording music, instead becoming an occasional touring act.In 2017, they released their comeback album The Knife . In 2020, they released their eighth studio album, titled Never Look Back .
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales||Certifications|
| US || US|
| UK |
|1996|| Goldfinger ||110||—||—|
|1997|| Hang-Ups ||85||—||—|
|2000|| Stomping Ground ||109||—||—|
|2002|| Open Your Eyes ||136||—||162|
|2005|| Disconnection Notice ||—||—||—|
|2008|| Hello Destiny... ||—||43||—|
|2017|| The Knife ||—||21||—|
|2020|| Never Look Back ||—||—||—|
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|Darrin's Coconut Ass: Live from Omaha|
|Foot in Mouth|
|Live at the House of Blues|
|The Best of Goldfinger|
|Teen Beef/Tiger Meat|
(split with Reel Big Fish)
|99 Red Balloons|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Certifications||Album|
| UK |
|"Here in Your Bedroom"||1996||5||47||11||—||Goldfinger|
|"This Lonely Place"||1997||14||—||—||—||Hang-Ups|
|"Seems Like Yesterday"||1998||—||—||—||—||Meet the Deedles: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
|"More Today Than Yesterday"||—||—||—||—||The Waterboy: Original Soundtrack|
|"Counting the Days"||2000||—||—||—||—||Stomping Ground|
|"99 Red Balloons"||—||—||—||—|
|"Tell Me"||2002||—||—||—||—||Open Your Eyes|
|"Open Your Eyes"||37||—||—||75|
|"One More Time"||2008||—||—||—||—||Hello Destiny...|
|"Put the Knife Away"||2017||—||—||—||—||The Knife|
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|1997||Violent World: Misfits Tribute||"Ghoul's Night Out"|
|1997||Duran Duran Tribute Album||"Rio"|
|2000||Sleighed: Other Side of Christmas||"White Christmas"|
|2003||Liberation: Songs to Benefit PETA||"Fuck Ted Nugent"|
|2005||Until Every Cage Is Empty||"What Gives You the Right"|
|2005||The Best of Goldfinger|
|1998||Meet the Deedles||"Seems Like Yesterday"|
|1998||Dead Man on Campus||"Walking in the Dark"|
|1998||The Waterboy||"More Today Than Yesterday"|
|1999||American Pie||"Vintage Queen"|
|2000||Our Lips Are Sealed||"99 Red Balloons"|
|2001||Not Another Teen Movie||"99 Red Balloons"|
|2004||EuroTrip||"99 Red Balloons"|
|1999||"Superman"||Tony Hawk's Pro Skater||PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast|
|2000||"I'm Down"||MTV Sports: Skateboarding featuring Andy MacDonald||PlayStation, Dreamcast|
|2000||"I'm Down"||ESPN X-Games Snowboarding||PlayStation 2|
|2001||"99 Red Balloons"||Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec||PlayStation 2|
|2002||"Spokesman"||Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4||PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, Windows PC, Mac|
|2005||"I Want"||Burnout Revenge||PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360|
|2005||"I Want"||Burnout Legends||PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS|
|2005||"My Everything"||SSX On Tour||PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox|
|2008||"Counting the Days"||Shaun White Snowboarding||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii|
|2012||"Superman"||Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC|
|2020||"Superman"||Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2||PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC|
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