Element Eighty (album)

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Element Eighty
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Studio album by Element Eighty
Released October 28, 2003
Recorded The Chop Shop; Hollywood, California.
Genre Nu metal, alternative metal
Length 39:06
Label Universal, Republic
Producer Scott Humphrey
Element Eighty chronology
Mercuric
(2001)Mercuric2001
Element Eighty
(2003)
The Bear
(2005)The Bear2005

Element Eighty is the second album by the band Element Eighty. The self-titled album was released on October 28, 2003 via Universal/Republic Records. This was to be the band's only major label album. The track "Broken Promises" was included on the soundtrack of Need for Speed: Underground

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Melodic.net 3/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Element Eighty.

No. Title Length
1. "Goodbye" 2:45
2. "Bloodshot" 3:57
3. "Broken Promises" 3:17
4. "Texas Cries" 3:01
5. "Parachute" 3:00
6. "Dummy Block" 2:58
7. "Scars (The Echo Song)" 4:58
8. "Slackjaw" 3:21
9. "Rabies" 3:18
10. "Pancake Land" 2:51
11. "Flatline" 3:56
12. "Rubbertooth" 1:44
Total length: 39:06

Personnel[edit]

Element Eighty
Artwork
  • P.R. Brown – Art Direction, album design, photography
  • Sandy Brummels – Creative Director
  • Dean Karr – Photography
Production