22nd Century Lifestyle

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22nd Century Lifestyle
22 Century Lifestyle- pre)thing.jpg
Studio album by pre)Thing
Released April 6, 2004 / September 27, 2007
Recorded 2003
Genre Nu metal[1]
Length 42:55
Label V2 Records
Producer Andy Johns, Brian Virtue
pre)Thing chronology
Diary in Music (Garage Days)
(2002)Diary in Music (Garage Days)2002
22nd Century Lifestyle
Singles from 22nd Century Lifestyle
  1. "Faded Love"
    Released: 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[2]
Melodic.net 3.5/5 stars[3]

22nd Century Lifestyle is the debut album by American nu metal band pre)Thing. It was released on April 6, 2004, by V2 Records. This is the only pre)Thing album due to the death of the band's lead singer and guitarist, Rust Epique.

The album's only single, "Faded Love," managed to chart at No .38 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks. "Can't Stop (22nd Century Lifestyle)" was also featured prominently in the video games: WWE Day of Reckoning, WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW, and WWE WrestleMania 21.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "War" Epique Epique, Barakat, Vaughan 4:16
2. "Assscending" Epique Epique 4:51
3. "Can't Stop (22nd Century Lifestyle)" Epique Epique 4:51
4. "Stay Alive" Epique Epique 3:58
5. "Won + X" Epique Epique, Barakat, Vaughan 3:57
6. "Arizona" Epique Epique, Barakat, Vaughan 5:02
7. "Know...More Words" Epique, Wilson Epique, Barakat, Vaughan 5:11
8. "Faded Love" Epique Epique 3:40
9. "Shoot Shoot (Carl's Song)" Epique Epique 2:24
10. "Sunshine (I Love)" Epique Epique, Barakat, Vaughan 6:45


  • Rust Epique – vocals, guitar
  • Bob Vaughan – bass
  • Ted Barakat – drums
  • Ayo Adeyemi – percussion
  • Biff Wilson – background vocals
  • Brian Virtue – producer
  • Will Blochinger – photographer


Singles – Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
2004 "Faded Love" Mainstream Rock Tracks 38[4]