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Jimmy Eat World - Static Prevails download mp3 album
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Album:
Static Prevails
Style:
Alternative Rock, Emo
Released:
1996
FLAC vers. size:
1164 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1488 mb
WMA vers. size:
1652 mb
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4.4 ★
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685

Jimmy Eat World is an American rock band formed in Mesa, Arizona in 1993. The band is composed of lead guitarist/lead vocalist Jim Adkins, drummer Zach Lind, rhythm guitarist/vocalist Tom Linton, and bassist Rick Burch. As of October 2016, Jimmy Eat World has released nine studio albums, the last eight featuring the current lineup. The four-piece's commercial breakthrough came with the successful release of several singles from the album Bleed American (2001).

Band Name Jimmy Eat World. Album Name Static Prevails. Released date 05 June 2001. Music StyleAlternativ Rock. Members owning this album5. 1. Thinking, That's All. 2. Rockstar. 4. Call It in the Air. 5. Seventeen.

Jimmy Eat Worlds 2nd album Static Prevails is a great album. Its one of the best albums by Jimmy Eat World. I dont know much about their history but I know their a great rock band. Also this album was released in 1996 so im not. sure if they had any singles or if music videos were out ye. nyway,lets get to the tracklist. tracklist . hinking,thats all . ockstar . larie . all it in the air . eventeen . pisode IV . igits . aveman . orld is static 1. n the same room 1. obot factory 1. nderson mesa

By: Jimmy Eat World (1996, Rock). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World is the debut studio album by American rock band Jimmy Eat World, released in 1994 on Wooden Blue Records. The album displays their early sound with guitarist and eventual backing vocalist Tom Linton singing lead on most of the songs on this album. The one song on this album that is sung by current primary vocalist Jim Adkins is the track, "Usery". The album also marks the only appearance of former bass guitarist Mitch Porter.

Granted, 1996's 'Static Prevails' is largely a textbook emo record and never really keeps your attention throughout.