Sunday, June 20, 2021

Tonic - Sugar (1999)


Tonic - Sugar (1999)


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Tonic - Sugar

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"Future Says Run" – 3:46

"You Wanted More" (Hart, Jeff Russo, Dan Lavery) – 3:50

"Knock Down Walls" (Hart, Russo) – 3:43

"Mean to Me" – 4:11

"Sugar" (Hart, Lavery, Russo) – 3:29

"Jump Jimmy (Stronger Than Mine)" (Hart, Lavery) – 3:39

"Queen" – 4:34

"Waiting for the Light to Change" – 4:32 (strings arranged by David Campbell)

"Waltz with Me" – 3:45

"Sunflower" (Hart, Lavery) – 3:20

"Drag Me Down" (Hart, Lavery, Russo) – 2:46

"Top Falls Down" (Hart, Kevin Shepard, Russo) – 4:17

"Love a Diamond" (Hart, Lavery, Russo) – 3:52




 

Tonic Band Members / Musicians

Emerson Hart: Vocals, Guitar, Slide, Percussion

Jeff Russo: Lead & Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals, Slide, Percussion

Dan Lavery: Bass guitar, Backing Vocals, Slide

Pete Maloney: Drums




Sugar is Tonic's 2nd studio album. Released on November 9, 1999 and produced by the band itself, the album's title shared the same name as the fifth track on the recording. The creative and collaborative process spanned several geographic locations including Austin, Texas, and a 15,000-square-foot (1,400 m2) mansion in New Orleans, Louisiana, where actual recording for the album was performed. "Knock Down Walls" and "You Wanted More" were charting singles released off the record, with the latter having first appeared on the soundtrack to the movie American Pie. With Shepard no longer part of the band, touring drummer Peter Maloney played drums on the album. Music videos for the songs "You Wanted More" and "Mean to Me" were created as part of the album's promotion. Tonic appeared on the television shows Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Martin Short Show in late 1999 as part of additional promotion. Sugar spent eight total weeks on the Billboard 200 chart, reaching a peak of #81 in its first week of release. The single "You Wanted More" reached a high of #3 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks charts in the U.S., and was featured on the soundtrack for the film American Pie.

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