Element Eighty (album)

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Element Eighty
Studio album by Element Eighty
Released October 28, 2003
Recorded The Chop Shop; Hollywood, California.
Genre Nu metal, alternative metal
Length 39:06
Label Universal, Republic
Producer Scott Humphrey
Element Eighty chronology
Mercuric
(2001)
Element Eighty
(2003)
The Bear
(2005)

Element Eighty is the second album by the band Element Eighty. The self-titled album was released on October 28, 2003 via Universal/Republic Records. This was to be the band's only major label album. The track "Broken Promises" was included on the soundtrack of Need for Speed: Underground

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Melodic.net 3/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Element Eighty. 

No. Title Length
1. "Goodbye"   2:45
2. "Bloodshot"   3:57
3. "Broken Promises"   3:17
4. "Texas Cries"   3:01
5. "Parachute"   3:00
6. "Dummy Block"   2:58
7. "Scars (The Echo Song)"   4:58
8. "Slackjaw"   3:21
9. "Rabies"   3:18
10. "Pancake Land"   2:51
11. "Flatline"   3:56
12. "Rubbertooth"   1:44
Total length:
39:06

Personnel[edit]

Element Eighty
Artwork
  • P.R. Brown – Art Direction, album design, photography
  • Sandy Brummels – Creative Director
  • Dean Karr – Photography
Production