Rubber (Harem Scarem album)

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Rubber
Harem Scarem rubber.jpg
Studio album by Harem Scarem/Rubber
Released October 26, 1999 (1999-10-26)
Recorded Vespa Studios, North York, Ontario, Canada, 1999
Genre Hard rock
Length 39:40[1]
Label WEA
Producer Pete Lesperance, Harry Hess, Arnold Lanni
Harem Scarem/Rubber chronology
Ballads
(1999)
Rubber
(1999)
Last Live
(2000)

Rubber is an album by the Canadian hard rock band formerly known as Harem Scarem. The band released the album in 1999 under the name Harem Scarem in Japan, and in 2000 in Canada they released it as Rubber. After this release, drummer Darren Smith left and was replaced with Creighton Doane. The song "Sunshine" was produced and mixed by renowned Canadian producer Arnold Lanni.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance, except "Trip" by Lesperance.

No. Title Length
1. "It's Gotta Be" 3:26
2. "Who-Buddy" 3:46
3. "Coming Down" 3:38
4. "Stuck with You" 3:34
5. "Sunshine" 4:57
6. "Face It" 3:39
7. "Trip" 4:53
8. "Pool Party" 4:46
9. "Headache" 2:53
10. "Everybody Else" 4:04
11. "Enemy" 3:58

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Japan October 26, 1999 (1999-10-26)[1]
Canada March 27, 2000 (2000-03-27)[1]

Band members[edit]

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