|Time Bomb High School|
|Studio album by|
|Released||June 11, 2002|
|Recorded||January, 2002 at Easley McCain Recording|
|Label||In the Red|
|Reigning Sound chronology|
Time Bomb High School is the second album by the Reigning Sound. It was released in 2002 on In the Red Records. The album featured the original Reigning Sound lineup of Greg Cartwright on lead vocals and guitar; Alex Greene on organ, piano, guitar, and backing vocals; Jeremy Scott on bass, and backing vocals; and Greg Roberson on drums.Howlin' Pelle Almqvist of The Hives commented in Rolling Stone that Time Bomb High School was his favorite record of 2002.
Time Bomb High School LP/CD (In The Red, 2002, ITR 084)
The vinyl LP has the songs listed in a different order, and excludes "I Walk By Your House".
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