The Family Values Tour 2001

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The Family Values Tour 2001
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Live album by Various Artists
Released May 7, 2002
Recorded 2001
Genre
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Label Elektra
Producer Josh Abraham
Various Artists chronology
The Family Values Tour 1999
(2000)The Family Values Tour 19992000
The Family Values Tour 2001
(2002)
Family Values Tour 2006
(2006)Family Values Tour 20062006

The Family Values Tour 2001 is the third live album with various artists performing on stage during The Family Values Tour in fall 2001. It is released on May 7, 2002. The album includes various artists performing at the Family Values Tour in 2001, such as Linkin Park, Staind, Deadsy, Stone Temple Pilots, Static-X, and Staind frontman Aaron Lewis. The hit song "Wonderful", the only single off the album, is performed live during the Family Values 2001 Tour by American rock band Stone Temple Pilots, which features additional vocals from Chester Bennington of Linkin Park who would eventually become the band's vocalist in 2013.

Background[edit]

The Family Values 2001 Tour was recorded live at assorted dates on the annual alt-metal tour. While it's heavy on the workmanlike rock of Stone Temple Pilots, the album does include some other strong performances. Staind vocalist Aaron Lewis, who made his name with some standout performances during the 2000 Family Values Tour outing, returns here with an acoustic version of Pearl Jam's "Black." He also assists Linkin Park with a vicious take on "One Step Closer," and fronts his own band for two songs. While the histrionic, flash-in-the-pan industrial outfit Static-X overstays their welcome with two songs, a cover of Rush's "Tom Sawyer" by the delightfully campy Deadsy churns with furious drum fills and a spot-on bass solo.

The album was produced by Josh Abraham, before his collaboration with Linkin Park on Reanimation (2002) and Live in Texas (2003), while executive production was handled by American nu metal band Korn and Jeff Kwatinetz. The tracks by various artists in the album were recorded live on The Family Values Tour, in the fall of 2001.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performer(s) Length
1. "Vasoline" Stone Temple Pilots (music), Scott Weiland (lyrics) Stone Temple Pilots 3:13
2. "Runaway" Linkin Park, Mark Wakefield Linkin Park 3:03
3. "Fade" Aaron Lewis, Mike Mushok, Johnny April, Jon Wysocki Staind 4:32
4. "Wonderful" (featuring Chester Bennington) Robert DeLeo, Scott Weiland Stone Temple Pilots 4:15
5. "Push It" (featuring P. Exeter Blue) Static-X Static-X 3:41
6. "It's Been Awhile" Aaron Lewis, Mike Mushok, Johnny April, Jon Wysocki Staind 4:33
7. "Wicked Garden" Robert DeLeo & Dean DeLeo (music), Scott Weiland (lyrics) Stone Temple Pilots 5:13
8. "Cold" Static-X Static-X 4:21
9. "Black" (Pearl Jam cover) Stone Gossard, Eddie Vedder Aaron Lewis 5:12
10. "Creep" (featuring Aaron Lewis) Robert DeLeo (music & lyrics), Scott Weiland (lyrics) Stone Temple Pilots 6:51
11. "Tom Sawyer" (Rush cover) Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart, Pye Dubois Deadsy 4:11
12. "One Step Closer" (featuring Aaron Lewis) Linkin Park Linkin Park 3:50
Total length: 50:95

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