Jimmy Eat World 1994
Jimmy Eat World is the first ever launched studio album by the famous American alternative rock band Jimmy Eat World on Wooden Blue Records. It was initially recorded in the year 1993 and officially released in the year 1994. This album features an incredibly array of impressive songs sung by Tom Linton the lead guitarist and vocalist of this band. One song “Usery” is sung by Jim Adkins. This is also the only album former Bass guitarist Mitch Porter made an appearance on. The album portrayed an old picture of Linton’s younger brother, Ed and Jimmy from whom the band’s name is supposed to have originated. However no singles were released from this album and today this album is out of print.
This album comprised of much harsher and sloppy punk rock sound tracks when compared to their more melodic later albums. The total length of the album is 37.56 minutes and comprises of exceptionally beautiful songs like Chachi, Patches, Amphibious, Splat out of Luck, Usery, House Arrest, Crooked, Cars, Wednesday, Reason 346 and Scientific.