|Studio album by|
|Released||May 20, 1997|
|Recorded||Master Control in Los Angeles, California & Gopher Sound in Santa Barbara, California, 1996|
|Toad the Wet Sprocket chronology|
As with previous albums, Coil was released under the Columbia Records label and produced by Gavin MacKillop.
|1.||"Whatever I Fear"||Glen Phillips||2:58|
|2.||"Come Down"||Phillips, Todd Nichols||3:13|
|4.||"Dam Would Break"||Phillips||4:06|
|7.||"Little Man Big Man"||Phillips||4:01|
|8.||"Throw It All Away"||Phillips||3:03|
|11.||"Crazy Life"||Phillips, Nichols||4:07|
|12.||"All Things in Time"||Phillips||3:44|
|13.||"Silo Lullaby" (Japan Bonus Track)||4:30|
- "This Is My Life"
- "Hey Bulldog"
- "Comes A Time (Band Version)"
- "Comes A Time (Acoustic)"
- "Don't Know Me"
- "Won't Let It"
According to Glen Phillips, the version of "Crazy Life" on Coil was recorded in 1994 during the sessions for the band's Dulcinea album. It was featured on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Empire Records but the band felt it deserved a place on a Toad album and fit this album's themes, so they added a new organ track and cut new background vocals and had Tom Lord Alge do a new mix. The intro fade-in was cut short and the BPMs were pushed up to make the song slightly faster. This has led many fans to believe it is a completely different recording, despite the credits in the liner notes pointing to different studios and engineers for the track which match the Dulcinea sessions.
|1997||"Come Down"||Modern Rock Tracks||13|
|Mainstream Rock||17|
|Adult Top 40||35|
|Hot 100 Airplay||51|