Slipping Away - Sum 41 - Chuck (CD, Album)


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2004
Label: Mercury (2) - none • Format: CD Album, Misprint, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk


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  1. Chuck is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Sum The album was released on October 12, It is the band's last album to feature the full classic lineup, as lead guitarist Dave Baksh left Sum 41 on May 11, to pursue his career with his own band Brown Brigade, but returned in Chuck peaked at No. 2 on the Canadian Albums Chart and No. 10 on the US Billboard , making Genre: Alternative metal, heavy metal, thrash metal, .
  2. - Enhanced part contains a commercial video for their "Goon-Platoon" Sum 41 fansite. - Booklet is a fold-out poster. - Barcode: "6 2" - This album is dedicated to Chuck /5(30).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SHM-CD CD release of Chuck on Discogs. Label: Island Records - UICY • Series: My Generation, My Music - Back To The Rock Years • Format: CD Album, Reissue SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Punk, Acoustic.
  4. Oct 12,  · Even with all that though, it's still one of Sum 41's best albums to date and arguably set a bar for the band in terms of quality that they've only managed to come close to once (on their most recent album Order In Decline). Definitely check it out if you're a /5().
  5. On previous albums, Canadian foursome Sum 41 developed a reputation for potty-mouth lyrics and faux hip-hop posturing. It was funny, for a minute. Now, two years after the release of its last studio effort, Does This Look Infected?, the band shows signs of maturity: Sum 41 are less sophomoric, even as they still look to their younger years for.
  6. I'm slipping away In every way I can't stay awake (and I don't know why) I'm slipping away (and I don't know why) I'm trying to make it through each day I'm falling apart now in every way I'm finding it harder to get by There's a hole in my heart And I don't know why Now I've come to realize I'm slipping away.

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