Half Hour of Power
|Half Hour of Power|
|EP by Sum 41|
|Released||June 27, 2000|
|Genre||Pop punk, rapcore, punk rock, melodic hardcore, skate punk|
|Label||Big Rig (United States)
|Producer||Greig Nori, Deryck Whibley|
|Sum 41 studio albums chronology|
|Singles from Half Hour of Power|
Half Hour of Power is an EP by Canadian rock band Sum 41. It was released June 27, 2000, on Big Rig Records, a subsidiary of Island Records (US), and Aquarius Records (Canada). Some sources consider the album to be the band's first studio album, however the band claims that their next release, All Killer No Filler, is their first official album.
The song "Summer" was re-recorded for the band's 2001 debut album.
The album's first track, "Grab the Devil by the Horns and Fuck him up the Ass", was renamed to "Grab the Devil" on the band's 2006 live album, Go Chuck Yourself (released under the title Happy Live Surprise in Japan).
The controversial cover features a man without pants who is pointing a machine gun up in the air and is standing in front of an explosion in the background.
|1.||"Grab the Devil by the Horns and Fuck Him Up the Ass" (Instrumental, renamed to Grab the Devil on Go Chuck Yourself)||1:07|
|3.||"What I Believe"||2:50|
|5.||"Makes No Difference"||3:11|
|7.||"32 Ways to Die" (Instrumental)||1:31|
|8.||"Second Chance for Max Headroom"||3:51|
|9.||"Dave's Possessed Hair/It's What We're All About"||3:48|
|10.||"Ride the Chariot to the Devil" (Instrumental)||0:55|
|11.||"Another Time Around"||3:19|
|12.||"[Silence]" (Hidden Track)||3:32|
- Deryck "Bizzy D" Whibley – vocals, guitar
- Dave "Brownsound" Baksh - lead guitar, vocals, co-lead vocals on "Dave's Possessed Hair/What We're All About"
- Jason "Cone" McCaslin – bass, backing vocals
- Steve "Stevo 32" Jocz – drums, percussion, co-lead vocals on "Dave's Possessed Hair/What We're All About"
- Sarah McElcheran, Steven Donald - horns on Second Chance for Max Headroom
- MC Shan - vocals on It's What We're All About