|Three Out Change|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 1, 1998|
|Genre||Alternative rock, shoegazing, indie rock, noise pop|
|Label||Epic Records Japan|
|Singles from Three Out Change|
Three Out Change is the debut studio album by Supercar. Released on April 1, 1998, it peaked at number 20 on the Oricon Albums Chart.The album helped establish Supercar as an important and influential Japanese rock band. Music critic Ian Martin has described it as an "epic indie rock/shoegaze album" and "one of the all-time great Japanese rock albums."
All lyrics are written by Junji Ishiwatari; all music is composed by Koji Nakamura.
|2.||"(Am I) Confusing You?"||4:43|
|14.||"Trash & Lemmon"||3:09|
|17.||"I Need the Sun"||4:25|
|1.||"Cream Soda" (previously unreleased version)||3:10|
|2.||"(Am I) Confusing You?" (previously unreleased version)||4:42|
|3.||"Drive" (previously unreleased version)||3:37|
|4.||"Planet -The End of Childhood-" (previously unreleased version)||5:20|
|5.||"Lucky" (live at Gigantic)||3:15|
|6.||"Right Now" (live at Gigantic)||2:50|
|7.||"Trash & Lemmon" (live at Gigantic)||3:34|
Credits adapted from the liner notes.
|Japanese Albums (Oricon)||20|
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