Sevendust (album)

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Sevendust
Studio album by Sevendust
Released April 15, 1997
Recorded July–August 1996
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal[1] Nu metal[2]
Length 48:31
Label TVT
Producer Mark Mendoza
Jay Jay French
Sevendust chronology
Sevendust
(1997)
Home
(1999)
Definitive Edition cover
Singles from Sevendust
  1. "Black"
    Released: April 25, 1998
  2. "Bitch"
    Released: July 14, 1998
  3. "Too Close to Hate"
    Released: December 22, 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]

Sevendust is the self-titled debut album by American alternative metal band Sevendust. The Japan reissue has live versions of "Bitch" and "Prayer" as ending bonus tracks. Sevendust appeared on the Billboard 200, remained there for sixteen weeks and peaked at 165 on April 4, 1998.[4] The album went gold on May 19, 1999, and had by January 2011 sold 732,000 copies in the U.S.[5][6] The album was re-mastered and re-released on June 21, 2010 entitled "The Definitive Edition", featuring two b-sides and two live tracks.

"My Ruin" appeared on the Mortal Kombat: More Kombat album, credited under the band's original name, "Crawlspace". "Too Close to Hate" appeared on the Masterminds album.[7] The song "Terminator" is featured in MTV television series Celebrity Deathmatch.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Sevendust, except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Black"   4:08
2. "Bitch"   3:41
3. "Terminator"   4:54
4. "Too Close to Hate"   4:48
5. "Wired"   3:55
6. "Prayer"   4:18
7. "Face"   4:47
8. "Speak"   3:28
9. "Will It Bleed"   4:51
10. "My Ruin"   5:38
11. "Born to Die"   3:59
Total length:
48:31

Definitive Edition bonus tracks

No. Title Length
12. "Breathe" (from the "Strangeland" Soundtrack) 3:17
13. "School's Out" (Alice Cooper/Michael Bruce/Glen Buxton/Dennis Dunaway/Neal Smith) 3:22
14. "Bitch" (Live) 4:01
15. "Prayer" (Live) 4:13
16. "Terminator" (Breathe Remix) 4:37

Definitive Edition DVD

  1. Live and Loud
  2. Electronic Press Kit (1997)
  3. Behind the Scenes & Live Footage

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position Ref.
1998 The Billboard 200 165 [4][8]
1998 Top Heatseekers 5 [8]

Singles[edit]

Year Song Chart Position Ref.
1998 "Black" Mainstream Rock Tracks 29 [9]
1998 "Bitch" Mainstream Rock Tracks 30 [9]
1998 "Too Close to Hate" Mainstream Rock Tracks 39 [9]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog Ref.
United States 1997 TVT CD 5730 [3]
United States 1997 TVT CS 5730 [3]
China 2000 Import CD 87230 [10]
United States 2000 Toy's Factory CD TFCK87230 [3]
China 2002 Dream On CD 7010 [10]
United States 2002 Dream On CD DOR-7010 [3]
2010 TVT/The Orchard CD/DVD

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