Thursday, January 20, 2022

Theory of a Deadman - Gasoline (2005)


Theory of a Deadman - Gasoline (2005)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Hating Hollywood"   3:25

2. "No Way Out"   3:29

3. "No Surprise"   3:40

4. "Quiver"   2:51

5. "Santa Monica"   4:06

6. "Better Off"   2:51

7. "Say Goodbye"   3:04

8. "Hello Lonely (Walk Away from This)"   4:21

9. "Me & My Girl"   3:40

10. "Since You've Been Gone"   4:18

11. "Hell Just Ain't the Same"   1:05

12. "Save the Best for Last"   4:15

13. "In the Middle"   3:36


Total length:   44:41


Special edition bonus tracks

1. "Lynchburg Lemonade (Southern Days)"   3:32

2. "Got Me Wrong" (Alice in Chains Cover)   4:30

3. "What's Your Name" (Lynyrd Skynyrd Cover)   3:31




Theory of a Deadman Band Members / Musicians

Tyler Connolly - lead vocals, lead guitar

Dave Brenner - rhythm guitar, backing vocals

Dean Back - bass, backing vocals

Brent Fitz - drums, backing vocals

Daniel Adair - drums on "Santa Monica"



Gasoline is the 2nd studio album released by Theory of a Deadman on March 29, 2005. The album features four songs used in the video game Fahrenheit (also known as Indigo Prophecy), "Santa Monica", "No Surprise", "Say Goodbye" and "No Way Out". The album was first released in Canada by 604 Records, and was later released in the U.S. by Roadrunner Records. The original 604 Records release of the album is fully unedited, however the Roadrunner version released in the U.S. contains edited versions of "No Surprise" and "Me & My Girl", making this the band's only album not to carry a "Parental Advisory" sticker. The album was released to mixed reviews from critics.

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