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This is the discography for American alternative rock band Toadies.
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales||Certifications|
| US || US|
|2001|| Hell Below/Stars Above ||130||—||—||—||US: 61,000+|
|2008||No Deliverance||59||—||4||19||US: 39,000+|
|2010|| Feeler ||—||—||—||—|
|2012|| Play.Rock.Music ||—||—||35||—|
|2015|| Heretics ||—||—||—||—|
|2017|| The Lower Side of Uptown ||—||—||40||—|
|2002|| Best of Toadies: Live from Paradise |
|2007|| Rock Show |
|2010||Live at Austin City Limits Music Festival|
|2018||Live at Billy Bobs Texas|
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|1990||"Dig a Hole"||—||—||—||Non-album single|
|2001||"Push the Hand"||—||34||—||Hell Below/Stars Above|
|2008||"No Deliverance"||—||38||—||No Deliverance|
|2009||"Song I Hate"||—||—||—|
|2012||"Summer of the Strange"||—||—||—||Play.Rock.Music|
|2015||"In the Belly of a Whale"||—||—||—||Heretics|
|2020||"You're Not Alone"||—||—||—||Non-album single|
|"—" denotes a release that did not chart.|
The following list includes only non-album and unreleased tracks.
|1992||Heaven on a Stick: A Tribute to Cheap Trick||"Auf Wiedersehen"||Slugfest Records|
|1993||Chairman of the Board: Frank Sinatra Tribute||"Luck Be a Lady"||Grass Records|
|1995||Dallas' Scene, Heard||"Unattractive" (demo)||Observer Records|
|Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits||"Goolie Get-Together"||MCA Records|
|1996||The Cable Guy Soundtrack||"Unattractive"||WORK/Sony Music|
|WRAS 88.5 Presents Radio Oddyssey||"Cut Me Out" (live)||Hypnotic Records|
|The Crow: City of Angels Soundtrack||"Paper Dress"||Hollywood Records|
|Escape from L.A. Soundtrack||"Cut Me Out"||Lava Records|
|Basquiat Soundtrack||"I'm Not in Love"||Island Records|
|Sandy Does Dallas||"Beauty School Dropout"||One Ton Records|
|1997||Come On Feel the Metal||"The Cowboy Song"||Steve Records|
|2000||KISW 99.9 Live @ Bob's Garage Vol. 1||"Possum Kingdom" (live)||no label|
|2001||Monitor This! April/May 2001||"Joey, Let's Go"||Music Monitor|
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