All Wound Up (album)

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All Wound Up
Studio album by Godsmack
Released July 28, 1997 (US)
Recorded 1996-1997
Genre Alternative Metal
Length 54:28
Label EK
Producer Sully Erna
Godsmack chronology
All Wound Up
(1997)
Godsmack
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

All Wound Up is the debut album by Metal band Godsmack. It was released independently by EK Records on July 28, 1997. It was eventually edited, remastered and re-released as the band's first studio album, Godsmack, with the song "Goin' Down" removed and the introduction to "Get Up, Get Out!" split into its own track, titled "Someone in London". "Goin' Down" later appeared on the soundtrack to the film Mission: Impossible II as well as the band's second studio album Awake.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Moon Baby"   4:22
2. "Immune"   4:47
3. "Time Bomb"   3:56
4. "Keep Away"   5:05
5. "Situation"   5:31
6. "Stress"   5:02
7. "Bad Religion"   3:39
8. "Get Up, Get Out!"   5:31
9. "Now or Never"   5:04
10. "Going Down"   3:29
11. "Voodoo"   4:36
Total length:
54:28
Bonus Newbury Comics CD
No. Title Length
12. "Whatever"   3:24

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