Waffle (song)

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This article is about the song by Sevendust. For the song by Sunny Day Real Estate, see Sunny Day Real Estate (album).
"Waffle"
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Single by Sevendust
from the album Home
Released 2000
Format CD
Genre Nu metal
Length 3:30
Label TVT
Writer(s) Clint Lowery
Morgan Rose
Lajon Witherspoon
Sevendust singles chronology
"Denial"
(1999)
"Waffle"
(2000)
"Licking Cream"
(2000)

"Waffle" is a 1999 single by American alternative metal band Sevendust from their second album Home. A shot of the video is seen in the film Down to Earth.

Two different versions of the song exist. One is the version that's on the album, while the other, mixed by Tom Lord-Alge, is the one used as the single. The only truly noticeable difference between the two versions is that the Tom Lord-Alge mix has a smoother drum track and a larger more clean sound with the guitars turned up louder in the mix and more reverb on the vocals . The Tom Lord-Alge mix is the one used on Best of (Chapter One 1997-2004). "Waffle" peaked on the Billboard Mainstream Rock and Modern Rock Tracks at #23 and #33, respectively.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Waffle" 3:30
2. "Black" (Live) 4:13
3. "Speak" (Live) 3:26
4. "Too Close to Hate" (Live) 4:04
5. "Bitch" (Live) 3:45

All live songs were recorded live at the Metro in Chicago during the Live and Loud TV special, which can be located on the Retrospect DVD.

Release history[edit]

Year Album Label Ref.
1999 Home Dream On [2]
1999 Home (Japan) Import [2]
2000 Gravity Games 2000: Summer Sounds, Vol. 1 Polygram [2]
2000 Naked 4-Play Wicked Disc [2]
2000 Rock Hard: TVT Rock 2000 TVT Records [2]
2000 Tattoo the Earth: The First Crusade 1500 Records [2]
2000 Tattoo the Earth: The First Crusade (Clean) 1500 Records [2]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) TVT Records [2]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) (Clean) TVT Records [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sevendust > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles". Allmusic. Retrieved April 30, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Waffle Sevendust". Allmusic. Retrieved April 30, 2010.