Today (EP)

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EP by
Genre Hip hop, alternative rock, blues
Label Tommy Boy
Producer Everlast, Carlos Santana
Everlast chronology
Whitey Ford Sings the Blues
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Today was an EP released by Everlast in 1999 [1] under the Tommy Boy record label. [2] The "Today" EP included the Grammy Award winning song "Put Your Lights On", a collaboration with Latin-rock musician Carlos Santana. This collaboration would also be featured on Santanas album titled "Supernatural". The "Today" EP was published in various editions. [3]


Track listings

Worldwide 8-track edition

  1. Today (Watch Me Shine) Remix
  2. Put Your Lights On (feat. Carlos Santana)
  3. What It's Like (Live)
  4. Jump Around (Live)
  5. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
  6. Some Nights (Are Better Than Others)
  7. Hot to Death (Live)
  8. Blues for X'Mas

Japan 9-track edition

  1. Today (Watch Me Shine) Remix
  2. Put Your Lights On (feat. Carlos Santana)
  3. What It's Like (Live)
  4. Jump Around (Live)
  5. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
  6. Some Nights (Are Better Than Others)
  7. Hot to Death (Live)
  8. Blues for X'Mas
  9. Today (Exclusive Remix for Japan)

US 5-track edition

  1. Today (Watch Me Shine) Remix
  2. Put Your Lights On feat. Carlos Santana
  3. What It's Like (Live)
  4. Jump Around (Live)
  5. Blues For X'Mas

  1. Archive-Meridith-Gottlieb. "Everlast To Release EP". MTV News. Retrieved 2022-02-08.
  2. Everlast - Ends , retrieved 2022-02-08
  3. Archive-Brian-Hiatt. "Everlast To Tour Behind New EP, Today". MTV News. Retrieved 2022-02-08.

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