Low Self Opinion

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"Low Self Opinion"
Rollins Band Low Self Opinion.jpg
Single by Rollins Band
from the album The End of Silence
Released1992
Recorded1991
Genre Alternative metal, funk metal
Length5:18
Label Imago
Songwriter(s) Rollins Band (Henry Rollins, Chris Haskett, Andrew Weiss and Sim Cain)
Producer(s) Andy Wallace
Rollins Band singles chronology
"Tearing"
(1992)
"Low Self Opinion"
(1992)
"Liar"
(1994)

"Low Self Opinion" is a 1992 single by Rollins Band, from the album The End of Silence . [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Low Self Opinion" - 5:18
  2. "Lie, Lie, Lie" - 7:18

Accolades

YearPublicationCountryAccoladeRank
2004 Kerrang! United Kingdom "666 Songs You Must Own (Alternative Rock)"14 [2]
"*" denotes an unordered list.

Charts

Chart (1992)Peak
position
US Alternative Airplay ( Billboard ) [3] 25

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