Bowling for Soup (album)

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Bowling for Soup
BFSfront.jpg
Studio album by Bowling for Soup
Released September 1994[1]
Recorded Summer 1994
Genre Punk rock, pop punk[2]
Length 53:42
Label Que-so[1]
Producer James Chavez, Bowling for Soup
Bowling for Soup chronology
Bowling for Soup
(1994)
Cell Mates
(1996)

Bowling for Soup, is the self-titled debut studio album by American rock band Bowling for Soup.[1] The album was recorded at C & L Studios in Summer 1994, and was released the following September on the band's own self-formed record label Que-so Records.[1][3] This release was limited to 3,000 copies and is currently out of print.[1] The band released digitally remastered versions of Bowling for Soup, Cell Mates, and Tell Me When to Whoa through iTunes and Amazon.com in October 2011.[4][5]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Thirteen"3:04
2."Shark"5:01
3."Crayon"3:10
4."Swim"3:28
5."Nebraska"3:37
6."Sandwich"3:45
7."Sofa"2:54
8."Pesticide"2:37
9."Slurpee"3:08
10."Hit"4:22
11."Psycho"3:35
12."Monopoly"3:46
13."London"6:14
14."Brooklyn Bridge"1:34
15."Oliver"3:26
Total length:53:42

Video for "Thirteen"[edit]

The video of "Thirteen" shows the band playing the song in different places. Lance Morrill appears. Erik Chandler and Jaret Reddick had long hair, and Chris Burney had hair.

Personnel[edit]

Bowling for Soup:

  • Chris Burney — guitars, backing vocals
  • Erik Chandler — vocals, bass, backing vocals
  • Lance Morrill — drums, backing vocals
  • Jaret Reddick — vocals, guitar, backing vocals
  • Produced by James Chavez and BFS
  • Mixed by James Chavez and Jaret Reddick
  • Mastered at Outback Studios, Wichita Falls, TX by Chris and Johnny Devine
  • Photography by Wayne Wagner and Cody Garcia
  • Manufactured and printed by Disc Makers, New Jersey, U.S.A.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "A List of the 11 BFS studio albums (for my twitter peeps)". January 5, 2011. Archived from the original on July 15, 2011. Retrieved January 6, 2010. 
  2. ^ Vowles, Katie (September 11, 2013). "Bowling For Soup - Lunch. Drunk. Love (Album Review)". Stereoboard. Stereoboard. Retrieved April 2, 2016. 
  3. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20020816183954/http://www.ffroe.com/bfs/bfsmain.htm
  4. ^ "Amazon.com: Bowling For Soup: Bowling For Soup: MP3 Downloads". Amazon.com. October 25, 2011. Retrieved November 5, 2011. 
  5. ^ "iTunes – Music – Bowling for Soup by Bowling for Soup". iTunes. October 24, 2011. Retrieved November 5, 2011. 

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