12 Stones (album)

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12 Stones
12 Stones 2002.jpg
Studio album by 12 Stones
Released April 23, 2002
Recorded 2001 at NRG Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA, & Glenwood Place Studios, Burbank CA.
Genre Post-grunge, nu metal, alternative rock, alternative metal
Length 41:21
Label Wind-Up
Producer Dave Fortman, Jay Baumgardner
12 Stones chronology
12 Stones
Potter's Field
Singles from 12 Stones
  1. "Broken"
    Released: March 4, 2002[citation needed]
  2. "The Way I Feel"
    Released: September 24, 2002[citation needed]
  3. "Crash"
    Released: February 28, 2003[citation needed]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

12 Stones is the eponymous debut album from the American rock band 12 Stones. It was released on April 23, 2002 by Wind-up Records. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 at No. 147.


World Wrestling Entertainment/Federation used several of the songs for promotional purposes. "Home" was featured in the WWE Desire video for Kurt Angle. "Broken" was the theme song for the Judgement Day 2002 pay-per-view. Songs "Running Out of Pain" and "Back Up" were used on Cheating Death, Stealing Life - The Eddie Guerrero Story. The latter was also used in a promo for Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H in Hell in a Cell at Bad Blood 2004. "Back Up" was originally written to be the new entrance song for The Rock but was not because it was too different from what he had been using.

"Broken" is featured on the Digital Praise PC game Guitar Praise.[citation needed]

In Addition the track, "Soulfire" was used in the Mania of Wrestlemania DVD, the first sole production by WWE Studios.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Paul McCoy; all music composed by 12 Stones.

Album release
No. Title Length
1. "Crash"   3:42
2. "Broken"   2:59
3. "The Way I Feel"   3:47
4. "Open Your Eyes"   3:11
5. "Home"   3:24
6. "Fade Away"   3:56
7. "Back Up"   3:57
8. "Soulfire"   2:54
9. "In My Head"   3:53
10. "Running Out of Pain"   3:11
11. "My Life"   3:04
12. "Eric's Song"   3:23
Total length:



Chart (2002) Peak
US Billboard 200[2] 147


  1. ^ O'Neill, Brian. 12 Stones (album) at AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-09-09.
  2. ^ "12 Stones Billboard Albums Chart". billboard.com.