The discography of Jimmy Eat World, an American rock band, consists of nine studio albums, sixteen singles, seven extended plays, three live albums, one compilation album, one video album, and one song on the "various artists" compilation What's Mine Is Yours. Jimmy Eat World formed in 1993 and released their debut EP, entitled One, Two, Three, Four, in 1994 on Wooden Blue Records; their debut self-titled studio album Jimmy Eat World was released later that year on the same label.
Jimmy Eat World discography.
Although it's certainly an interesting approach that helps freshen things up - "Heart Is Hard to Find" is as outside-the-box as you'll likely hear them get - it also flies in the face of what makes Jimmy Eat World such an impactful band. Invented lacks that intimate sting, resulting in an occasionally fascinating (but mostly mild) potpourri.
"Jimmy Eat World Celebrate a Decade of "Clarity" in LA" Hollywood Icon 10 March 2009 Archived from the original on 17 August 2011 Retrieved 22 March 2011. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "CLARITY TRACK BY TRACK" jimmyeatworldcom Archived from the original on 16 July 2009 Retrieved 17 May 2015. a b c McMahon, ed 2015, p 19. ^ Ben Kaye "Dissected: Jimmy Eat World with Jim Adkins" Consequence of Sound p 4 Retrieved 10 May 2015. Justin Gerber "Dissected: Jimmy Eat World with Jim Adkins" Consequence of Sound p 8 Retrieved 10 May 2015. a b c Sharpe-Young 2005, p 182. ^ "Jimmy Eat World" jimmyeatworldcom Archived from the original on 6 August 2012 Retrieved 10 May 2015. "Fueled By Ramen - Releases" fueledbyramencom Archived from the original on 8 August 2003 Retrieved 10 May 2015. a b Greenwald, pp 103–104.
Jimmy Eat World, Less Than Jake. Jimmy Eat World, Less Than Jake.
Though Jimmy Eat World hasn’t had much part in the ongoing renaissance of emo-in fact, some of it may be a reaction to what Bleed American hath wrought- Integrity Blues finds itself sharing its dominant concern of using the genre’s inherent vulnerability and introspection to promote self-esteem rather than self-pity
Singer/guitarist Jim Adkins explained to the Dallas Observer: We were just about invisible there and it wasn’t going to get any better
|A-1||–Less Than Jake||Automatic|
|A-2||–Less Than Jake||Shindo|
|A-3||–Less Than Jake||Sugar In Your Gas Tank|
|B-1||–Jimmy Eat World||Rockstar|
|B-2||–Jimmy Eat World||Call It In The Air|
|B-3||–Jimmy Eat World||Seventeen|
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