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Mineral - Mineral/Jimmy Eat World album download
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Mineral - Mineral/Jimmy Eat World album download

Performer:
Mineral
Album:
Mineral/Jimmy Eat World
Style:
Alternative/Indie Rock,Emo,Indie Rock
Genre:
MP3 archive size:
1355 mb
FLAC archive size:
1451 mb
Other formats:
AU VQF MP4 VOX APE AUD
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
166

Written-By, Producer – Jimmy Eat World.

Mineral, Jimmy Eat World, Sense Field.

Mineral Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

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.

It was released on Crank! and each pressing was marked by a variation on the cover’s color. It should be noted that JEW’s song is named Secret Crush in the liner notes, which would later be released as simply Crush. Mineral/Jimmy Eat World/Sense Field (split) Q&A. Primary Artists Jimmy Eat World, Mineral & Sense Field.

Jimmy Eat World, ‘Bleed American’ (2001). Jimmy Eat World's 2001 album Bleed American propelled them from playing with underground bands like Mineral and Christie Front Drive to full-blown mainstream success – platinum certification, MTV play and a Top 10 single. The album, re-released as Jimmy Eat World following the 9/11 attacks, proved that emo wasn't just an enigmatic subculture.