For All the Drugs in the World

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For All the Drugs in the World
Studio album by Sponge
Released 2003
Genre Alternative rock
Length 48:42
Label Idol
Producer Roscoe, Ray Martin and Sponge
Sponge chronology
New Pop Sunday
(1999)
For All the Drugs in the World
(2003)
Hard to Keep My Cool
(2005)
Singles from For All the Drugs in the World
  1. "Treat Me Wrong"
    Released: 2003
  2. "Leave This World"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

For All the Drugs in the World is the fourth album by the band Sponge, their first release through Idol Records. The album marked a major change in the group lineup, with the only remaining original members being vocalist Vinnie Dombroski and guitarist Joey Mazzola.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Vinnie Dombroski and Joey Mazzola except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Treat Me Wrong"     Roscoe, Sponge 3:51
2. "Leave This World"     Ray Martin, Sponge 3:48
3. "Burn"     Roscoe, Sponge 4:58
4. "28 Days"     Roscoe, Sponge 3:41
5. "Unpopular Girl"     Roscoe, Sponge 3:32
6. "Talk to You"     Roscoe, Sponge 3:42
7. "Dandelions Roar"     Ray Martin, Sponge 3:45
8. "Love & Roses"   Vinnie Dombroski Roscoe, Sponge 4:09
9. "Punch in the Nose"     Ray Martin, Sponge 3:48
10. "Suicide Away"     Roscoe, Sponge 4:18
11. "Sanitarium"     Roscoe, Sponge 4:08
12. "Lucifer in Las Vegas"     Roscoe, Sponge 5:02

Band members[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • John Mathiason - management
  • Mike Rand - Booking agent (Ashley Talent International)
  • Gary Malerba - cover photography
  • Mark Arminski - cover art and design
  • Pablo Mathiason - A&R assistance
  • Roscoe - mixing on Tracks 1, 3-8 and 10-12
  • Al Sutton - mixing on "Leave This World" and "Punch in the Nose"
  • Eric Hoegemeyer - programming on "Leave This World"
  • Howie Weinberg & Tim Pak - mastering
  • Shelia Taylor - website support

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Chris Codish - piano and B-3
  • John Dunn - bass on "Love & Roses"
  • Mimi Marjieh - backing vocals on "Burn"
  • Vivian George - backing vocals on "Burn"

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