The Suicide Machines (album)

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The Suicide Machines
The Suicide Machines - The Suicide Machines cover.jpg
Studio album by The Suicide Machines
Released February 15, 2000
Recorded 1999 at A&M Studios in Hollywood, California
Genre Punk rock, Pop punk
Length 33:37
Label Hollywood
Producer Julian Raymond
The Suicide Machines chronology
Battle Hymns
The Suicide Machines
Steal This Record
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Suicide Machines is the third album by the Detroit, Michigan punk rock band The Suicide Machines, released in 2000 by Hollywood Records. It was the band's first album with drummer Ryan Vandeberghe, replacing Derek Grant who had left the group before the release of 1998's 'Battle Hymns'. The album's musical direction shifted away from the ska punk and hardcore styles of their previous albums and exhibited heavy pop influence, leading many to classify the album as pop punk. A music video was filmed for the single "Sometimes I Don't Mind", which reached #22 on Billboard's Modern Rock charts.[2] The album itself ranked at #188 on the Billboard 200.

The album's closing track, "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden", was originally recorded for the soundtrack to the 1999 movie SLC Punk and was included on the film's soundtrack album.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by The Suicide Machines except where noted

  1. "Sometimes I Don't Mind" - 3:14
  2. "Permanent Holiday" - 2:07
  3. "The Fade Away" - 3:09
  4. "Too Many Words" - 2:17
  5. "No Sale" - 2:24
  6. "Green" - 2:08
  7. "Extraordinary" - 2:45
  8. "I Hate Everything" - 2:37
  9. "All Out" - 1:53
  10. "Perfect Day" - 2:09
  11. "Sincerity" - 2:39
  12. "Reasons" - 1:12
  13. "Goodbye for Now" - 2:27
  14. "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden" (written & originally performed by Joe South) - 2:42


Album information[edit]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "". Retrieved 2007-03-19.