Maybe It's Me

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For the TV series, see Maybe It's Me (TV series).
Maybe It's Me
Studio album by Treble Charger
Released May 13, 1997 (CAN)
July 29, 1997 (U.S.)
Recorded Vik Records
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Length 49:58
Label Smokin' Worm (Canada)
 74321-47023-2

Vik Records (Canada)
RCA (US)
Producer Lou Giordano
Treble Charger chronology
Self Title
(1995)
Maybe It's Me
(1997)
Wide Awake Bored
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Maybe It's Me is Treble Charger's third album, released on July 29, 1997. A re-recorded version of "Red" (from NC17) was included on this album.

The album was a major breakthrough for Treble Charger. It was also their most well received album, and gave the band their first entry into the top 10 Canadian Indie Rock bands. The album also reached gold status in Canada, with sales of over 50,000 copies.[2]

A live version of the song "Scatterbrain" was featured on MuchMusic's live compilation album, Much at Edgefest '99.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Treble Charger.

  1. "Friend of Mine" – 3:46
  2. "How She Died" – 3:18
  3. "Stupid Thing to Say" – 3:09
  4. "Kareen" – 4:22
  5. "Red" – 4:41
  6. "Fade" – 4:06
  7. "Ever She Flows" – 3:54
  8. "Forever Knowing" – 4:13
  9. "Mercury Smile" – 3:37
  10. "Christ is on the Lawn" – 4:23
  11. "Scatterbrain" – 3:50
  12. "Takes Me Down" – 3:18
  13. "Left Feeling Odd" – 3:16

Credits[edit]

  • Colleen Allen - Saxophone (tenor)
  • Stephen Donald - Trombone
  • Matthew Ellard - Assistant Engineer
  • Lou Giordano - Producer, guitar, mixing
  • Jed Hackett - Assistant Engineer
  • Helios - Art Direction, Design, Photography, Illustrations
  • Jack Hersca - Assistant Engineer
  • Ted Jensen - Mastering
  • Pete Karam - Assistant Engineer
  • Tom Lord-Alge - Mixing
  • Sarah McElcheran - Trumpet
  • Michael Murphy - Art Direction
  • Dave Tedesco - Assistant Engineer
  • Roberto Toledo - Assistant Engineer

In pop culture[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Gold Platinum Database: Treble Charger". Canadian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2011-08-05.