Panic Prone

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"Panic Prone"
Single by Chevelle
from the album This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)
Released July 19, 2005
Format CD
Genre Alternative rock, post-grunge
Length 3:50
Label Epic Records
Songwriter(s) Pete Loeffler, Sam Loeffler and Joe Loeffler
Producer(s) Michael "Elvis" Baskette
Chevelle singles chronology
"The Clincher"
(2005)
"Panic Prone"
(2005)
"Well Enough Alone"
(2007)
"The Clincher"
(2005)
"Panic Prone"
(2005)
"Well Enough Alone"
(2007)

"Panic Prone" is the third and final single from alternative metal band Chevelle's third album This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In), and the album's sixth track.

Drummer Sam Loeffler stated in an interview, "Panic Prone is an interesting song because I've just recently learned what it's about. Pete was watching television and one of those commercials came on, 'Save the Children' commercials. That song is about making a decision whether you're going to sit on your couch and watch this happen or you're going to stand up and do something about it. That song isn't about if you should or shouldn't do it, it's just about – Are you going to do it? Is this my problem? I was really surprised that it was about that. I think one of the lines is actually about one of our friend's falling off the wagon, too. I think the first line might be about that."[1]

The single did not achieve commercial success and peaked at number 26 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks, that being the only category it charted in.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Panic Prone" 3:50

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Exclusive! Interview With Chevelle Drummer Sam Loeffler". 21 Feb 2005. Retrieved 21 Nov 2012. 

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