Thicker than Water (album)

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Thicker than Water
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Studio album by H2O
Released October 7, 1997
Recorded June 21 – 27, 1997
Brielle Studios,
New York City, USA
Genre Hardcore punk, melodic hardcore
Length 29:56
Label Epitaph Records
Producer H2O, Larry Buksbaum, Dean Rispler
H2O chronology
H2O
(1996)
Thicker than Water
(1997)
F.T.T.W.
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Thicker than Water is the second album released by H2O. It was released on October 7, 1997. It was their first of two albums to be released on Epitaph Records. The album peaked at #42 on Billboard Top Heatseekers chart in October 1997.

"Friend" is a cover of a song by Marginal Man, a Washington D.C. Dischord Records punk band from the 1980s.

"Everready" and "Thicker than Water" were featured in the Electronic Arts' PlayStation game, Street Sk8er. They did a video for "Everready" with CIV appearing as a news reporter.

Track listing[edit]

All music by H2O and lyrics by Toby Morse, Todd Morse and Rusty Pistachio, unless otherwise noted.

  1. "Universal Language" – 0:59
  2. "Everready" – 2:11
  3. "Talk Too Much" – 1:30
  4. "I See It in Us" (Max Capshaw, H2O) – 2:10
  5. "Sacred Heart" – 2:15
  6. "Innocent Kids" – 0:45
  7. "Scarred" – 1:59
  8. "Go" – 2:24
  9. "This Time" – 2:00
  10. "Friend" (Marginal Man) – 1:38
  11. "A Plus" – 2:22
  12. "Phone Song" – 2:06
  13. "Responsible" – 1:35
  14. "Wake Up" – 1:06
  15. "Thicker than Water" – 2:06
  16. "No Fucking Tears" – 2:43
  • Track 16 was an unlisted track

Personnel[edit]

  • Toby Morsevocals
  • Todd Morse – guitar, vocals
  • Rusty Pistachio – guitar, vocals
  • Adam Blake – bass
  • Todd Friend – drums, vocals
  • Recorded June 21 – 27, 1997 at Brielle Studios, New York City, USA
  • Produced by H2O, Larry Buksbaum with Dean Rispler
  • Engineered, mastered and mixed (at Sound On Sound, New York City) by Larry Buksbaum
  • Pre-production at Loho Studios, New York City

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