Superheroes (Racer X album)
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|Studio album by Racer X|
|Released|| November 6, 2000
February 27, 2001
|Racer X chronology|
Superheroes is the fourth studio album by Racer X. It was released in Japan under the name "Adventure of Racer X-Men", and distributed by Universal Japan. This album was released on Paul Gilbert's 34th birthday.
|2.||"Let the Spirit Fly"||3:47|
|4.||"Dead Man's Shoes"||4:07|
|5.||"King of the Monsters"||4:49|
|6.||"Mad at the World"||4:00|
|8.||"That Hormone Thing"||4:36|
|10.||"Time Before the Sun"||Jeff Martin, Mike Onesko||7:14|
|11.||"O.H.B. (One Hot Bitch)"||4:10|
- Jeff Martin - Vocals
- Paul Gilbert - Lead/Rhythm Guitars
- John Alderete - Bass guitar
- Scott Travis - Drum
- William Hames - Photography
- Bruce Bouillet - Mixing
- Paul Gilbert - Audio production, engineer
- The song "Mad at the World" uses the same chord progression (but in a lower tuning) as "My Kinda Woman" by Mr. Big which was released on Lean into It.
- The song "Godzilla" is a cover of Blue Öyster Cult.
- The album was mixed by former Racer X guitar player Bruce Bouillet.