I Let Go

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"I Let Go"
Single by Eighteen Visions
from the album Obsession
Released July 5, 2005
Format CD, Mini CD
Recorded Maple St. Studio in Santa Ana, CA
Genre Post hardcore, alternative metal
Length 3:23
Label Trustkill Records
Sony International
Producer(s) Mudrock
Scott Gilman
Fred Archambault
Eighteen Visions singles chronology
"I Should Tell You"
(2005)
"I Let Go"
(2005)
"Tonightless"
(2005)
Obsession track listing
"Obsession"
(1)
"I Let Go"
(2)
"Crushed"
(3)

"I Let Go" is the third and final single from the Eighteen Visions album Obsession. The CD single was only released in the UK, though it was a popular import in America. It features the hit single, as well two b-sides from the album session. At the time of its release the band had parted with drummer Jason Shrout, as shown on the cover as a four-piece. The music video was directed by Zach Merck

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Let Go" (3:25)
  2. "The Sun Falls Down" (3:15)
  3. "The World Is Mine" (2:57)

Trivia[edit]

M Shadows girlfriend and former Avenged Sevenfold Tour Manager Valary DiBenedetto also made an appearance in the video. She is seen in a white belly top and black trousers behind the band dancing and rocking out.

Trevor Friedrich appears next to James at roughly 3:20 near the end of the music video. After the departure of Jason Shrout, Trevor would go on to be the band's drummer until the band broke up.

The song was used in the racing game Burnout 3: Takedown

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