Singles (Jimmy Eat World album)

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Singles
Compilation album by Jimmy Eat World
Released August 8, 2000 (2000-08-08)
Recorded Various Times
Genre Emo, punk rock
Length 37:32
Label Big Wheel Recreation
Jimmy Eat World chronology
Singles
(2000)
Believe in What You Want
(2004)

Singles is a collection of previously unreleased songs and rare b-sides by Jimmy Eat World. It was released on August 8, 2000.

Track listing[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

All songs written by Jimmy Eat World except Track 5 written by The Wedding Present. The band also intended to include their cover of Duran Duran's song "New Religion," which originally appeared on a tribute album, but were denied permission by the record label that originally released it. Jim Adkins' original liner notes refer to the song "Better Than Oh" (from the Jimmy Eat World / Emery split 7"), but it is not included on the U.S. release.

No. Title Length
1. "Opener"   5:42
2. "77 Satellites"   3:05
3. "What Would I Say to You Now"   2:36
4. "Speed Read"   2:42
5. "Spangle" (The Wedding Present Cover from the album "Watusi") 4:38
6. "H Model"   2:12
7. "Ramina"   4:04
8. "Christmas Card"   2:52
9. "Untitled"   2:38
10. "Carbon Scoring"   2:38
11. "Digits"   4:23
12. "The Most Beautiful Things" (On UK Version) 3:52
13. "Cautioners" (On UK Version) 5:23

Japanese edition track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Sweetness" (Demo)  
2. "Opener" (7" version)  
3. "H Model"    
4. "Better Than Oh"    
5. "Digits" (7" version)  
6. "What Would I Say to You Now"    
7. "Reason 346"    
8. "Carbon Scoring"    
9. "Christmas Card"    
10. "Untitled"    
11. "77 Satellites"    
12. "Spangle" (The Wedding Present cover)  
13. "Speed Reading"    
14. "Ramina"    

Personnel[edit]

  • Tom Linton - guitar, vocals
  • Jim Adkins - guitar, vocals
  • Zach Lind - drums
  • Rick Burch - bass
  • Various tracks engineered by John Agnello, Larry Elyea, Mark Trombino and Steve Revitte

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