|Studio album by Jimmy Eat World|
|Released||July 18, 2001|
|Recorded||Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles and Harddrive Studios, Hollywood|
|Producer(s)||Mark Trombino, Jimmy Eat World|
|Jimmy Eat World chronology|
|Singles from Bleed American|
Bleed American is the fourth studio album by Jimmy Eat World. It was released on July 18th, 2001.
After treading their way through the mid-90s emo scene, Arizona-based Jimmy Eat World were thrust into the limelight with the sudden and staggering commercial success of Bleed American. In the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, it was re-released in late 2001 as Jimmy Eat World. The album was reissued as a two-disc deluxe edition on April 28, 2008 under its original name.
Jimmy Eat World was supporting this album when they toured with Weezer during the Extended Midget Tour in fall of 2001. It is also notable to Weezer fans as it features former Rentals/That Dog member Rachel Haden on backing vocals on several tracks, including "Hear You Me", the band's tribute to Mykel and Carli Allan. Haden also toured with the band on the Extended Midget Tour.
All songs written by Jimmy Eat World, except portions of "A Praise Chorus".
- "Bleed American" (renamed "Salt Sweat Sugar" on the self-titled release and certain single releases) – 3:02
- "A Praise Chorus" – 4:03
- "The Middle" – 2:46
- "Your House" – 4:46
- "Sweetness" – 3:40
- "Hear You Me" – 4:45
- "If You Don't, Don't" – 4:33
- "Get It Faster" – 4:22
- "Cautioners" – 5:21
- "The Authority Song" – 3:38
- "My Sundown" – 5:40
Musicians featured on Bleed American
- Jim Adkins - lead vocals, guitar
- Toim Linton - guitar, vocals
- Rick Burch - bass
- Zach Lind - drums
- Mark Trombino - synth emulator programming, percussion, magic box
- Rachel Haden - vocals on "Hear You Me", "If You Don't, Don't", "Cautioners", and "My Sundown"
- Davey Vonbohlen - voice on "A Praise Chorus"
- Ariel Rechtshaid - vocals on "If You Don't, Don't"
- Travis Keller and Doug Messenger- timely handclaps on "The Authority Song"