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|Released||March 27, 2001|
|Recorded||2000-2001 At Metalworks Studios Toronto, Ontario And Mixing In Vancouver, BC,|
|Singles from Time Bomb|
|New York (magazine)||(mixed)|
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Time Bomb is the second studio album by American rock band Buckcherry. It was produced by John Travis and released on March 27, 2001 by DreamWorks Records. It is the band's first album as a five-piece as guitarist Yogi Lonich joined the band. It is the only album to feature him and is the last album to feature drummer Devon Glenn and bassist Jonathan Brightman.
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Buckcherry is an American rock band from Anaheim, California, formed in 1995. The band released two albums, Buckcherry (1999) and Time Bomb (2001), before dissolving in 2002. In 2005, lead vocalist Josh Todd and lead guitarist Keith Nelson reformed Buckcherry with a new lineup and released a new album in 2006, 15. It contained Buckcherry's biggest crossover hits to date, "Crazy Bitch", and their first Billboard Hot 100 top ten hit, "Sorry". Their fourth album, Black Butterfly, was released in 2008, and their fifth album, All Night Long, was released in 2010. Buckcherry released their sixth album, Confessions, in 2013, followed by their seventh album Rock 'n' Roll in 2015. They released their eighth album Warpaint in 2019.
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The album spawned two singles, "Ridin'" and "Slit My Wrists". The lyrics are sleazier and more sordid than on the band's first album, suggesting considerable rock n' roll excess within the band at the time. The bonus track (untitled on the sleeve, but officially called "Open My Eyes") suggests an end to this due to a successful relationship. The CD version of the album is currently out of print as of June 2010, though iTunes and Spotify still feature the album in their libraries.
Buckcherry is the eponymous debut album by the rock band Buckcherry. It was released on April 6, 1999 by DreamWorks Records. "Lit Up", "For the Movies", "Dead Again", and "Check Your Head" were released as singles. As of September 2006, the album has sold in excess of 750,000 copies, and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It is the band's only album as a four-piece.
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|1.||"Frontside"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:26|
|2.||"Ridin'"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:40|
|3.||"Time Bomb"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||4:09|
|4.||"Porno Star"||Josh Todd, Yogi||3:20|
|5.||"Place in the Sun"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson, Yogi||3:07|
|6.||"(Segue) Helpless" (listed as "Helpless" in the iTunes store)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||4:50|
|7.||"Underneath"||Josh Todd, Jonathan Brightman, Yogi||2:38|
|8.||"Slit My Wrists" (listed as "@*#! My Wrists" on the back cover and in the iTunes store)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson, Yogi||4:00|
|9.||"Whiskey in the Morning"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||2:29|
|10.||"You"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||4:04|
|11.||"Slammin'"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||2:58|
|12.||"Fall"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:13|
|13.||"Open My Eyes" (hidden track)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:36|
|Japanese Edition bonus tracks|
|13.||"Good Things"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:00|
|14.||"Open My Eyes" (hidden track)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:36|
|Best Buy Edition bonus tracks|
|13.||"Lit Up (Live Version)" (Woodstock 1999)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||5:15|
|14.||"Fastback 69 (Live Version)"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:48|
|15.||"Good Things"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:27|
|16.||"Open My Eyes" (hidden track)||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:36|
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