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Artist: Fuel

Title: Sunburn

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Sony/550 Music

Catalog Number: BK 68554

Personnel

Brett Scallions lead vocals
Carl Bell guitar, vocals
Jeff Abercrombie bass
Kevin Miller drums
Jonathan Mover drums, percussion
Jane Scarpantoni cello

Tracks

1.  Untitled  3:58
2.  Bittersweet  3:52
3.  Shimmer  3:34
4.  Jesus or a Gun  3:58
5.  Sunburn  4:23
6.  New Thing  3:19
7.  It's Come to This  3:39
8.  Song for You  3:46
9.  Mary Pretends  3:36
10.  Ozone  3:49
11.  Hideaway  4:07
  
Total Running Time:  42:01

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 2, 2021 at 15:23
Fuel were originally from Jackson, Tennessee, but for reasons that remain mysterious, relocated to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where they became club favorites. I went to college "just down I-83 in York, and these guys were local heroes (although not as much as Live—whom I hated, but who were regarded as native sons made good). In fact, I arrived right at the time they were really taking off. "Shimmer" had been a single since the spring, but by late summerthey were touring with the likes of Creed and Aerosmith. I thought they were pretty cool. The songs were melodic yet mostly pretty hard. They weren't as lightweight as Collective Soul or the Goo Goo Dolls, but they weren't as leaden and self-serious as Live or Creed. They were a good band, but also the time they came out probably made them seem better. I remember listening to this CD quite a lot that first year in York, but not that much afterward.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 2, 2021 at 15:33
Of the songs themselves, "Shimmer" is a good first single that demonstrates how much Brett Scallions benefits from double-tracking and reverb. "Jesus Or A Gun" is another highlight (and single) and somewhat shows off the guys' love of old metal (which was not a popular thing to admit at the time). There are some other good songs sprinkled throughout, like "Bittersweet," "New Thing" and "Mary Pretends," but my favorite track is "Ozone"—this one just jams, easily the heaviest thing on the disc.


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