Waste of Mind

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Waste of Mind
Waste of Mind.jpg
Studio album by Zebrahead
Released October 13, 1998 (1998-10-13)
Recorded 1998 at The Gallery, Sherman Oaks, California; Sparky Dark, Calabasas, California & Image Recording Studio, Hollywood
Genre Punk rock, alternative metal, rapcore, rap metal, funk metal, nu metal
Length 48:08
Label Columbia
Producer Howard Benson
Zebrahead chronology
Zebrahead
(1998)Zebrahead1998
Waste of Mind
(1998)
Playmate of the Year
(2000)Playmate of the Year2000
Singles from Waste of Mind
  1. "Get Back"
    Released: 1998
  2. "The Real Me"
    Released: 1999
  3. "Feel This Way"
    Released: 1999
  4. "Someday"
    Released: 1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Waste of Mind is the mainstream debut and second studio album overall released by American punk rock band Zebrahead.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Check" 2:26
2. "Get Back" 3:32
3. "The Real Me" 3:57
4. "Someday" 3:02
5. "Waste of Mind" 3:32
6. "Feel This Way" 3:44
7. "Walk Away" 3:22
8. "Big Shot" 3:00
9. "Swing" 2:50
10. "Jag Off" 3:25
11. "Time" 3:10
12. "Move On" 4:08
13. "Fly Daze" 4:34
14. "Bootylicious Vinyl" 3:26

Singles[edit]

  • "Get Back" - released as the lead single from the album in late 1998, it sold over 150,000 copies alone in the United States and is currently the band's highest charting song yet, peaking at #32 on the U.S Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts. The single was also released overseas in Australia, Japan and Canada, a music video accompanied its release.
  • "The Real Me" - released as the second single in the U.S and Japan in early 1999, the majority of radio airplay of the song was received in California, U.S.
  • "Feel This Way" - released as the third single from the album in the summer of 1999, exclusively in Japan.
  • "Someday" - the third U.S and fourth and final single overall, received little airplay from radio stations, seeing as only a few copies were sent out during the late summer/ early fall of 1999.

Personnel[edit]

Charting positions[edit]

Charts Peak
position
Top Heatseekers 34

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Waste of Mind Review". AllMusic. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 

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