Forget the World (The Hippos album)

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Forget the World
Studio album by
Released1997
GenreSka, ska punk, pop rock
Length72:00
LabelVagrant, Fueled by Ramen
The Hippos chronology
Forget the World
(1997)
Heads Are Gonna Roll
(1999)

Forget the World is the 1997 debut album of The Hippos, jointly released by Fueled by Ramen Records and Stiff Dog Records originally, and then Fueled by Ramen and Vagrant Records.[1] The band was offered the chance to record the album based on the song of the same name, which became the album's title track.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Far Behind"Louis Castle, Ariel Rechtshaid, Rich Zahniser3:22
2."Please"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser3:27
3."When Will I Learn"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser2:10
4."Diane"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser2:19
5."Don't Worry"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser3:19
6."Celebrate"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser2:45
7."Irie"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser3:19
8."Asleep at the Wheel"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser2:51
9."So Lonely" (Originally performed by The Police)Sting3:44
10."Rock 'n' Roll"Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser2:13
11."Forget the World" (Contains hidden track "Bones Brigade")Castle, Rechtshaid, Zahniser42:26
Total length:72:00

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maximum Rocknroll -No 182 1998 "The Hippos "Forget the World" CD
  2. ^ Martin Charles Strong, Brendon Griffin - Lights, camera, sound tracks - Page 136 "... Mystery)' (the MITCHENERS), 'Into The Cloud Forest' (BRAIN GARDEN), 'Which Way" (MAGNET), 'Forget The World' (the HIPPOS), 'She's So Cool' (JEFFRIES FAN CLUB), T Can't Catch You' (SIXPENCE NONE THE RICHER), 'Never (aka ..."