Vanity (album)


Vanity (album)

Infobox Album |
Name = Vanity
Type = studio
Artist = Eighteen Visions



Released = August 13th, 2002 (Album)
August 27th, 2002 (7")

Recorded = Dec. 2001 - Jan. 2002
At F1 Studios

Genre = Post-Hardcore
Metalcore
Length = 60:00
Label = Trustkill Records
[http://www.trustkill.com/webstore/music.php?id=504 (TK0038)]

Producer = Greg Koller
Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:ssm1z8ba3yv6 link]
Last album = "The Best Of Eighteen Visions"
(2001)
This album = "Vanity"
(2002)
Next album = "Obsession"
(2004)

"Vanity" is the third full length studio album to be released by metalcore band Eighteen Visions. It was their first album to feature a music video, which was for "You Broke Like Glass".

Track listing

Album

# "Vanity" (5:46)
# "Fashion Show" (4:13)
# "One Hell of a Prize Fighter" (5:14) (Featuring Howard Jones from Killswitch Engage)
# "I Don't Mind" (4:38)
# "The Notes of My Reflection" (1:36)
# "A Short Walk Down a Long Hallway" (4:17)
# "Gorgeous" (2:52)
# "You Broke Like Glass" (3:08)
# "The Critic" (4:19)
# "In the Closet" (3:16)
# "Sonic Death Monkey" (5:21)
# "There is Always" (1:41)
# "Love in Autumn" (13:33)

Vinyl Releases

As followed:
* Picture Disc limited to 1000, on Good Life Recordings
* White 7" limited to 1000
* Red 7" limited to 1000
* Pink 7" limited to 200

Trivia

* The intro from "One Hell of a Prize Fighter" is taken from the movie River's Edge (1985).
* The intro from "The Critic" is taken from the movie Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982).
* "One Hell of a Prize Fighter" features Howard Jones on vocals.
* "A Short Walk Down a Long Hallway" features Corey Darst on vocals.
* "The Critic" features Alex Vaz on vocals.
* "Sonic Death Monkey" features Ryan Downey on vocals.
* "The album has sold 100,000+ copies in the U.S.


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