Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Jimmy Eat World - Chase This Light (2007)


Jimmy Eat World - Chase This Light (2007)


Tracklist front / back album covers

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1. "Big Casino"   3:40

2. "Let It Happen"   3:25

3. "Always Be"   3:04

4. "Carry You"   4:22

5. "Electable (Give It Up)"   2:56

6. "Gotta Be Somebody's Blues"   4:46

7. "Feeling Lucky"   2:32

8. "Here It Goes"   3:26

9. "Chase This Light"   3:29

10. "Firefight"   3:53

11. "Dizzy"   4:46


Total length:   40:18




Jimmy Eat World Band Members / Musicians

Jim Adkins – lead vocals, guitar

Tom Linton – guitar

Zach Lind – drums

Rick Burch – bass

Amy Ross – additional vocals (tracks 2, 5 and 8)

Finn Adkins – additional vocals (track 5)

Jackson Adkins – additional vocals (track 5)

Ava Lind – additional vocals (track 5)

John Fields – keyboard (tracks 4, 8 and 11), additional bass (track 5)

Stephen Lu – keyboard (track 11)

David Campbell – string arrangement, conductor (track 6)


Butch Vig – executive producer

Jimmy Eat World – producer, additional recording

Chris Testa – producer, recording

John Fields – co-producer (track 8), additional production (tracks 1–3, 5, 7 and 11), additional engineer

Ross Hogarth – additional engineer

Chris Lord-Alge – mixing

Keith Armstrong – assistant

Ted Jensen – mastering

Morning Breath Inc. – art direction, design

Davies and Starr – cover photography

Jason Odell – band photography




Chase This Light is the 6th studio album by American rock band Jimmy Eat World. The band began working on the follow-up to Futures (2004) by late 2005, and had made demos by early 2006. They started recording their next album with engineer Chris Testa between Arizona and California. Butch Vig was enlisted as an executive producer, acting in a consultancy role, where he would provide feedback on the material. Sessions began in August 2006 and lasted until May 2007, with tours of the US and Europe in between. Described as a pop punk, pop rock and power pop record, the guitars drew comparison to the Outfield and U2, while individual song comparisons were made to the likes of the Killers, the All-American Rejects and Shout Out Louds.

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