Every Six Seconds
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|Every Six Seconds|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 27, 2001|
|Singles from Every Six Seconds|
Everything we do is for a reason and I felt like this was an opportunity to do what we wanted to do right down to the album cover and the album title. It was another opportunity to be creative and invoke thought. We thought the title "Every Six Seconds" said a lot about the world today and where our society is pretty much sitting. I got it from a news documentary I was watching that was talking about robbery and car theft and murder and other subjects. It finally got around to sex of course and they said that men think about sex every six seconds. I thought that was really interesting and it kind of stuck in my mind. I think it says it all for me and for the record. It's dealing with everything from the healing condition to anger and love and sex and spiritually and the disillusionment with society. I think the title is befitting.
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The song "Superstar" was featured in the video game Legends of Wrestling II in 2002.
The songs "Superstar" and "Click Click Boom" are featured in the movie The Fast and the Furious, but are not featured on the official soundtrack; the video of "Click Click Boom" is featured in the special edition DVD. However, the additional soundtrack More Fast and the Furious does contain these two tracks.
"Superstar" was used as one theme song at WWE Wrestlemania X8 (18), where the band performed the song live. "Click Click Boom" was also used as the theme song for the WWF No Mercy pay-per-view event in October 2001, and can be found on the Talladega Nights soundtrack. "Superstar" was also used in the Dragonball Z TV special, Bardock: The Father of Goku.
In 2001, Saliva created a song for the Spy Hunter video game. Although the song is not listed on the CD, the video for "Your Disease" was put in the game as an unlockable.
"Superstar" and "Click Click Boom" were used on the soundtrack for the video game MX 2002 Featuring Ricky Carmichael.
The song "After Me" was featured in the video game The Thing.
"Superstar" was featured in the 2002 video game Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003.
An instrumental version of "Lackluster" was used as the theme for TD Overdrive: The Brotherhood of Speed (or simply Test Drive in the US) with an additional dance remix created for the game's soundtrack. The song "Click Click Boom" also appeared on the soundtrack.
"Your Disease" was played in the season five Daria episode "Life in the Past Lane" in 2001.
Urban clothing brand Supreme released a t-shirt as part of their Spring/Summer 2018 collection that includes a graphic inspired by the album's cover.
- Alternative Press (5/01, p. 88) – 3 out of 5 – "A pop-metal band with a penchant for pretty, angst-ridden melodies for lonely boys and girls."
- CMJ (3/12/01, p. 19) – "Of-the-moment aggro, with an emphasis on rapcore moments interrupted by melodic, clean vocals."
|2.||"Musta Been Wrong"||Scott, Wayne Swinny, Chris D'Abaldo||3:33|
|3.||"Click Click Boom"||Scott, D'Abaldo, Swinny, Bob Marlette||4:12|
|4.||"Your Disease"||Scott, D'Abaldo, Swinny||4:00|
|5.||"After Me"||Scott, D'Abaldo||3:52|
|6.||"Greater Than/Less Than"||Scott, Marlette||4:50|
|8.||"Faultline"||Scott, Dave Novotny||3:49|
|11.||"Doperide"||Scott, D'Abaldo, Swinny||3:26|
|12.||"My Goodbyes"||Scott, Marlette||6:29|
- Josey Scott – vocals
- Wayne Swinny – guitar
- Dave Novotny – bass guitar
- Chris D'Abaldo – guitar
- Paul Crosby – drums, percussion
|2001||"Click Click Boom"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||15|
|Modern Rock Tracks||25|
|2002||"Your Disease"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||3|
|Modern Rock Tracks||7|
|"After Me"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||31|
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