Too Much Stereo

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Too Much Stereo
Urge Stereo.jpg
Studio album by The Urge
Released July 18, 2000
Recorded Royaltone
Genre Alternative rock, reggae
Length 36:38
Label Immortal Records
Producer Clif Magness
The Urge chronology
Master of Styles
(1998)Master of Styles1998
Too Much Stereo
(2000)
Galvanized
(2013)Galvanized2013
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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Too Much Stereo is the sixth studio album by alternative rock band The Urge. It was released in 2000 through Immortal Records in cassette and CD format. The album produced two singles, “Too Much Stereo" and "Four Letters and Two Words", and sold 125,00 copies. An advance copy was released with different cover art.[2] [3] This was their last studio album before their disbandment in 2001, until their reunion in 2011 and their 2013 album, Galvanized.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by The Urge, except "Liar Liar" by The Urge and Clif Magness.

No. Title Length
1. "What Is This" 3:09
2. "Too Much Stereo" 3:27
3. "What Do They Know" 3:10
4. "Four Letters And Two Words" 3:38
5. "Liar Liar" 3:07
6. "I Go Home" 4:17
7. "Say A Prayer" 3:14
8. "Welcome To Gunville" 3:02
9. "Living On The Surface" 3:21
10. "Push On Like Flintstone" 3:35
11. "Warning Warning" 3:18
Total length: 36:38

Personnel[edit]

All credits from Allmusic.[4]

The Urge
  • Steve Ewing - vocals
  • Karl Grable - bass
  • Jerry Jost - guitars
  • John Pessoni - drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Bill Reiter - saxophone, organ
  • Matt Kwiatkowski - trombone
Other personnel
  • Jason Brennan - assistant engineer
  • Chris Fogel, Chris Lord-Alge - mixing
  • Steve Griffen - associate producer, drum Loop, editing, engineer, programming
  • Steve Kaplan, Howard Kalp, Matt Silva - assistant engineers
  • Clif Magness - composer for "Liar, Liar" , engineer, producer
  • Stephen Marcussen - mastering
  • Matt Silva - assistant engineer
  • Roger Sommers - engineer, mixing
  • Stephen Stickler - concept, photography
  • Jai Winding - organ

Charts[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
US Billboard Billboard 200[5] 200

References[edit]

  1. ^ Too Much Stereo at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Urge Find New Ways To Use Horn Section On Too Much Stereo". MTV News. Retrieved December 1, 2015. 
  3. ^ "The Urge Readies Third Album". MTV News. Retrieved December 1, 2015. 
  4. ^ "Too Much Stereo Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved November 28, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Billboard 200 for August 5, 2000". Billboard. Retrieved December 5, 2015.