Short Bus (album)

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Short Bus
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Studio album by Filter
Released May 8, 1995
Recorded 1994-1995 on location in Los Angeles, CA; Cleveland, OH; Rocky River, OH; Canton, MI
Genre Alternative metal, industrial rock, post-grunge[1]
Length 45:51
Label Reprise
Producer Brian Liesegang, Richard Patrick
Filter chronology
Short Bus
Title of Record
Singles from Short Bus
  1. "Hey Man Nice Shot"
    Released: July 18, 1995
  2. "Dose"
    Released: 1995
  3. "Under"
    Released: 1995 (promo only)[2]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Short Bus is the debut album by American industrial rock band Filter. It was released in 1995 and has sold over 1 million copies in the United States. It is best known for their hit song "Hey Man Nice Shot". Patrick said in an interview Trent Reznor had told him he should make his own record while he went off to work on The Downward Spiral. Richard while still retaining the Industrial element in the music chose to focus on the guitars which he felt was something missing when he played with Nine Inch Nails, he also chose to not to go with the standard Industrial rock look which he felt would set them apart.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Richard Patrick[1].

No. Title Length
1. "Hey Man Nice Shot"   5:14
2. "Dose"   3:53
3. "Under"   4:18
4. "Spent"   4:37
5. "Take Another"   4:23
6. "Stuck in Here"   3:34
7. "It's Over"   3:36
8. "Gerbil"   3:21
9. "White Like That"   4:17
10. "Consider This"   4:18
11. "So Cool"   4:26
Total length:

Chart performance[edit]


Charts (1995) Peak
Canadian RPM Albums Chart[3] 65
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers[1] 3
U.S. Billboard 200[1] 59
U.S. Billboard 200 (Year End)[1] 195


Year Song Peak positions



1995 "Hey Man Nice Shot" 76 19 10 14
"Dose" 16
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.


  • Richard Patrick – vocals, guitars, bass, programming, drums, producer, engineer
  • Brian Liesegang – programming, keyboards, guitars, drums, producer, engineer
Additional personnel
  • Scott Kern – additional live drums, answering machine vocals
  • Matt Drvenkar – answering machine vocals
  • Jeff "Critter" Newell - additional engineering on "Dose"
  • Kevin Hanley – additional guitar noise
  • Mike Peffer – additional live drums
  • Ben Grosse – mixing
  • Deborah Norcross – art direction & design
  • Chris Beirne – photography
  • Richard Bishop and Gail Perry for 3 A.M. - management