Thursday, February 17, 2022

Army of Anyone - Army of Anyone (2006)

Army of Anyone - Army of Anyone (2006)

Tracklist front / back album covers

"It Doesn't Seem to Matter" (Richard Patrick, Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo) - 3:51

"Goodbye" (Patrick, R. DeLeo, D. DeLeo) - 4:31

"Generation" (Patrick, R. DeLeo, D. DeLeo) - 3:30

"A Better Place" (Patrick, R. DeLeo) - 4:58

"Non Stop" (Patrick, R. DeLeo, D. DeLeo) - 3:58

"Disappear" (Patrick, R. DeLeo) - 4:07

"Stop Look and Listen" (Patrick, R. DeLeo) - 3:51

"Ain't Enough" (Patrick, R. DeLeo) - 3:44

"Father Figure" (Patrick) - 4:04

"Leave It" (Patrick, D. DeLeo) - 4:27

"This Wasn't Supposed to Happen" (Patrick, D. DeLeo) - 5:22


"Good Time to Loosen" (iTunes exclusive)

"Used to Know Her" (iTunes exclusive)

Bonus tracks

"Ain't Enough (Acoustic)" (Target exclusive)

"It Doesn't Seem to Matter (Acoustic)" (Best Buy exclusive)

"Disappear (Acoustic)" (Rhapsody exclusive)

Army of Anyone is the only studio album by American rock band Army of Anyone. The band consisted of Richard Patrick of Filter, Robert DeLeo and Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots, and Ray Luzier, prior drummer of David Lee Roth's band and current drummer of the nu metal band Korn. The album was released on November 14, 2006, in America and December 4, 2006, in the UK. It was produced by Bob Ezrin and mixed by Ken Andrews. Despite largely positive reviews from critics, the album sold well below the expectations set from Filter and Stone Temple Pilots past multi-platinum albums, stalling around 88,000 copies sold. The album produced two singles, "Goodbye" and "Father Figure", the former peaking at no. 3 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.

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