Throttle Junkies

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Throttle Junkies
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 18, 1999 (re-released on August 14, 2007)
Recorded1998-1999
Genre
Length48:40
Label MIA
Producer Steve Albini
Soil chronology
El Chupacabra
(1998)
Throttle Junkies
(1999)
Scars
(2001)
Professional ratings
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Throttle Junkies is the first studio album by the Chicago-based rock band Soil. The album was released on May 18, 1999, via MIA Records. It included tracks previously released on the band's EPs Soil and El Chupacabra . Not long after the album's release, MIA folded. This led to Soil developing demos that eventually gained them a major label deal with J Records.

Contents

The album was re-released, with bonus tracks, on August 14, 2007.

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Everything"2:57
2."Road To Ruin"2:37
3."Damning Eden"3:00
4."F-Hole"2:54
5."Man I Am"3:48
6."Hello Again"3:19
7."Butterfly"3:03
8."Growing Ways"4:08
9."Stand To Fall"4:08
10."Concrete Slave"3:42
11."She"3:26
12."Crucified"4:29
13."Shining Man"3:51
14."Damning Eden (Acoustic)"3:18
Total length:48:40

Personnel

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