Home (Sevendust album)

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Home
Studio album by Sevendust
Released August 24, 1999
Recorded Long View Farm
N. Brookfield, Massachusetts
Genre Alternative metal, nu metal
Length 41:09
Label TVT
Producer Toby Wright
Sevendust
Jay Jay French
Sevendust chronology
Sevendust
(1997)
Home
(1999)
Animosity
(2001)
Singles from Home
  1. "Denial"
    Released: July 1999
  2. "Waffle"
    Released: 2000
  3. "Licking Cream"
    Released: 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly C[2]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[3]

Home is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Sevendust, released on August 24, 1999 through TvT Records. The album appeared on the Billboard 200, remained there for fourteen weeks and peaked at 19 on September 11, 1999.[4] Home was certified gold on May 18, 2000 through the Recording Industry Association of America.[5] The album features thirteen tracks on the United States release and sixteen tracks on the Japan release, with two tracks featuring artists outside of Sevendust. Three singles were released from the album, two of which appeared on the mainstream and modern Billboard charts.

"Waffle" is used in the 2001 Down to Earth film,[6] and "Denial" is used in the 2001 ATV Offroad Fury video game.[7]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Home"   John Connolly, Clint Lowery, Morgan Rose 3:34
2. "Denial"   Lowery, Rose 4:17
3. "Headtrip"   Lowery, Rose, Lajon Witherspoon 3:08
4. "Insecure"   Connolly, Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 1:01
5. "Reconnect"   Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 3:37
6. "Waffle"   Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 3:30
7. "Rumble Fish" (a.k.a. "Assdrop") Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 3:21
8. "Licking Cream" (feat. Skin) Lowery, Skin, Witherspoon 3:17
9. "Grasp"   Rose, Witherspoon 4:21
10. "Crumbled"   Connolly, Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 3:28
11. "Feel So"   Connolly, Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon 3:38
12. "Grasshopper"   Vinnie Hornsby 0:08
13. "Bender" (feat. Chino Moreno and Troy McLawhorn) Lowery, Rose, Witherspoon, Chino Moreno 3:45
Total length:
41:09

Japan release

No. Title Length
14. "Black" (Live) 4:13
15. "Speak" (Live) 3:26
16. "Too Close to Hate" (Live) 4:04

B-side[edit]

  • "Fall" - 5:22

Personnel[edit]

Sevendust

Additional personnel

  • Deborah Anne "Skin" Dyer - additional vocals (8)
  • Chino Moreno - additional vocals (13)
  • Troy McLawhorn - additional guitar (13)
  • Toby Wright - Engineer, Producer
  • Jay Jay French - Executive Producer
  • Andy Wallace - Mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen - Mastering
  • Justin Adams - Digital Editing
  • Justin Z. Walden - Digital Editing
  • Steve Sisko - Engineer
  • Robin Glowski - Art Direction
  • Jon Gipe - Photography
  • Caroline Greyshock - Photography
  • Jana Leon - Photography
  • Neil Zlozower - Photography

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position Ref.
1999 The Billboard 200 19 [8][9]
1999 Top Internet Albums 16 [9]
2000 Top Independent Albums 10 [9]
2000 Top New Zealand Albums 26

Singles[edit]

Year Song Chart Position Ref.
1999 "Denial" Mainstream Rock Tracks 14 [10]
1999 "Denial" Modern Rock Tracks 26 [10]
2000 "Waffle" Mainstream Rock Tracks 23 [10]
2000 "Waffle" Modern Rock Tracks 30 [10]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog Ref.
United States 1999 Epic CD 4961579 [1]
United States 1999 TVT CS 5820 [1]
Japan 2000 Import CD 87210 [11]
United States 2000 Festival CD 12986 [1]
United States 2000 Toy's Factory CD TFCK87210 [1]
Japan 2002 Dream On CD 7009 [11]
United States 2002 Dream On CD DOR-7009 [1]

Credits[edit]

Produced by Toby Wright and Sevendust
Recorded at Long View Farms, N. Brookfield, MA
Mixed by Andy Wallace at Soundtrax Studios, NYC
Mixdown Engineer: Steve Sisko
Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at A&M Mastering, LA

Trivia[edit]

The song "Headtrip" has a verbal cue that was mistakenly left in the final recording at 2:19, heard in the right channel as "Right after this".

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Home Overview, Allmusic, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  2. ^ Diehl, Matt (1999-09-10). "Home Review". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
  3. ^ Hunter, James (October 28, 1999). "Sevendust: Home : Music Reviews". Rolling Stone Magazine. p. 103. Archived from the original on April 27, 2007. Retrieved May 7, 2012. 
  4. ^ Sevendust (Chart History: Billboard 200), Billboard, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  5. ^ Gold & Platinum, Recording Industry Association of America, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  6. ^ Soundtracks for Down to Earth (2001), Internet Movie Database, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  7. ^ Soundtracks for ATV Offroad Fury (2001) (VG), Internet Movie Database, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  8. ^ Sevendust (Chart History), Billboard, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  9. ^ a b c Home (Chart & Awards: Billboard Albums), Allmusic, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  10. ^ a b c d Home (Chart & Awards: Billboard Singles), Allmusic, retrieved 2010-04-25 
  11. ^ a b Home (Japan) Overview, Allmusic, retrieved 2010-04-25