|"Time and Time Again"|
|Single by Papa Roach|
|from the album Lovehatetragedy|
|Released||October 15, 2002|
|Papa Roach singles chronology|
"Time and Time Again" is the second single from the rock band Papa Roach's third studio album, Lovehatetragedy .
The music video (directed by Samuel Bayer) shows the band driving black cars in a street race with the song playing on the car stereos. Sections of this video were used in the Papa Roach version of the Pepsi Blue television advertisements in 2002.
A second version was also made, known as the UK version. It shows the band driving around, and playing concerts on the street of Sacramento, California while the cops are hunting them down. Locations showcased including César Chávez Park, the Globe Mills and the Rainbow Bridge in Folsom, California.
|1.||"Time and Time Again"||2:58|
|2.||"She Loves Me Not" (live)||3:53|
|3.||"Born With Nothing, Die With Everything" (live)||4:04|
|1.||"Time and Time Again"|
|2.||"Singular Indestructable Droid" (live at the Mean Fiddler)|
|3.||"Time and Time Again" (live video)|
|1.||"Time and Time Again"||3:01|
|2.||"She Loves Me Not" (live at the Mean Fiddler)||3:39|
|3.||"Code of Energy" (live at the Mean Fiddler)||4:29|
|4.||"Time and Time Again" (video)|
|1.||"Time and Time Again"||3:00|
|2.||"Singular Indestructible Droid" (live at the Mean Fiddler)||3:49|
|3.||"Time and Time Again" (live at the Mean Fiddler)||3:23|
|UK Singles Chart||54|
|U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks||26|
|U.S. Modern Rock Tracks||33|
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