Make a Sound

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Make a Sound
Autopilot off make a sound.jpg
Studio album by Autopilot Off
Released April 13, 2004
Recorded 2003-04 at Ocean Studios (Burbank, CA);
Glenwood Place Studios (Burbank, CA);
Metal Works Recording, Mastering & DVD (Mississauga, ON);
Nada Recording (New Windsor, NY);
Larrabee East (Hollywood, CA)
Genre Punk rock, pop punk
Length 38:34
Label Island
Producer Greig Nori, Chris Johnson, John Naclerio
Autopilot Off chronology
Make a Sound
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating (86%) [1]
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [2]

Make a Sound is the major label debut and final album of American punk band Autopilot Off. It was released on April 13, 2004, through Island Records and produced by then-Sum 41 producer and manager Greig Nori.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Chris Johnson, Chris Hughes, Rob Kucharek and Phil Robinson, except where noted.. 

No. Title Length
1. "Make a Sound"   3:44
2. "Clockworks" (Autopilot Off, Greig Nori) 3:06
3. "Blind Truth" (Autopilot Off, Tim Armstrong) 2:38
4. "I Know You're Waiting"   2:50
5. "The 12th Day"   4:26
6. "Voice in the Dark"   3:08
7. "What I Want" (Autopilot Off, Tim Armstrong) 2:45
8. "Blessed by a Nightmare"   3:48
9. "Divine Intervention"   2:50
10. "Chromatic Fades"   2:59
11. "Byron Black"   3:16
12. "The Cicada's Song"   3:04
Total length:



Chart (2004) Peak
US Billboard 200[3] 119
Top Heatseekers 2
Top Internet Albums 119

Other versions[edit]

The Japanese version of Make a Sound includes a bonus track titled "Raise Your Rifles". There is also a limited edition print of the album, that, as well as the Japanese bonus track, includes two additional exclusive songs.

Use in media[edit]

"Make A Sound" appears in the soundtrack for Burnout 3: Takedown, "Chromatic Fades" in NASCAR Thunder 2004, "Clockwork" in NHL 2004 (however is misspelled as "Clockworks") and SSX 3, and "What I Want" in Test Drive: Eve of Destruction and Cars.


  1. ^
  2. ^ Make a Sound at AllMusic
  3. ^ "Autopilot Off Billboard Albums Chart".