The discography of Tonic, an American rock band, consists of five studio albums, one live album, one compilation album, six singles, and six music videos. Tonic was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1993.After signing a recording contract in 1995, the band released its first album in 1996, titled Lemon Parade . Based on the success of the single "If You Could Only See", Lemon Parade sold 1,300,000 copies. Tonic also contributed songs to original soundtracks in the late 1990s, such as the song "Flower Man" for The X-Files: The Album . Continuing to tour extensively, the band released an album of live songs entitled Live and Enhanced , which also featured extra content, such as the music video for the song "Soldier's Daughter".
Tonic self-produced their second studio album Sugar in 1999, from which the song "You Wanted More" came to be the lead single from the American Pie movie soundtrack. Their third studio album, 2002's Head on Straight , charted on the Billboard 200 for one week, yet the band was nominated for two Grammy awards related to the album. After the band ended a four-year hiatus in 2008, the greatest hits compilation A Casual Affair: The Best of Tonic was released in 2009. The greatest hits compilation served as a prelude to their fourth studio album, 2010's Tonic . The band later utilized crowd funding from fans to create an all-acoustic version of Lemon Parade titled Lemon Parade Revisited in 2016, before releasing their first-ever non-album single with 2021's track "To Be Loved".
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Sales|| Certifications |
| US || US|
| AUS || CAN |
|1996||Lemon Parade||28||—||12||34||1,300,000||US: Platinum|
|2002||Head on Straight||141||—||—||—||34,000|
|2016|| Lemon Parade Revisited ||—||30||—||—|
|1999||Live and Enhanced|
|2009||A Casual Affair: The Best of Tonic|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
| AUS || CAN|
| NLD |
|1996||"Open Up Your Eyes"||68 [A]||30||33||22||2||90||—||—||Lemon Parade|
|"If You Could Only See"||11 [A]||11||7||3||1||20||1||100|
|1999||"You Wanted More"||103 [B]||—||26||10||3||70||6||—||Sugar|
|"Knock Down Walls"||—||—||—||—||20||—||10||—|
|2000||"Mean to Me"||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2002||"Take Me as I Am"||—||—||36||—||—||—||—||—||Head on Straight|
|"Head on Straight"||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2021||"To Be Loved"||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||Non-album single|
|1997||Scream 2 Soundtrack|
|1998||Legacy: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac's Rumours|
| The X-Files: The Album |
|Clay Pigeons Original Soundtrack|
| Live in the X Lounge |
King of the Hill Original Television Soundtrack
Tonic is known to have covered the songs "Jessie's Girl" (acoustic version), "Go Your Own Way", and "Suspicious Minds" at least once each in live settings. However, Tonic-played versions of these songs are not currently commercially available, with "Jessie's Girl" only known to exist as bootleg copies on file-sharing networks.
|1996||"If You Could Only See"||Jeff Cutter and Ramaa Mosley|
|"Open Up Your Eyes" (original version)||Thomas Mignone|
|"Open Up Your Eyes" (roller skating version)||Tonic and Niels Alpert|
|"Soldier's Daughter"||Kevin Godley|
|1999||"You Wanted More"||Niels Alpert|
|"Mean to Me"||Niels Alpert|
|2000||"Mean to Me"||Unknown||Produced for the American feature film Gossip,|
|2021||"To Be Loved (Lyric Video)"||Sean Sorensen||Owing to a trend of music fans creating videos that display a song's lyrics while the song's audio plays, Tonic released their own official lyric video for their single "To Be Loved", complete with both additional and the same artwork as the cover for the digital single of this song. Credits listed on the video's official YouTube page listed credited Doug Nahory with the Artwork, & Video Design by: Inspired Films Studios - Sean Sorensen.|
|2005||Karaoke Revolution Party||PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube|
|2009|| Band Hero and Guitar Hero 5 || PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, |
Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii
|2016|| Rock Band 4 ||PlayStation 4, Xbox One|
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