Fuel - Sunburn
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 11 ratings
1998 / Release Date
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 It didn't take long for Fuel to get the attention of modern radio rock stations following the release of the singles from their debut album, Sunburn. Post-grunge was still dominating the airwaves, and Fuel had the hooks, the distinct vocals, and the radio-friendly aggression necessary for success. "Shimmer" received extensive airplay, and after just over two years, Sunburn was certified Platinum by the RIAA. More importantly, this is one of the first albums I grew up with, and ... read more
I was expecting more for some reason. It was alright for post-grunge I guess.

Favorite Tracks: Bittersweet, New Thing

honestly didn’t know what my expenses were for this but they’re definitely exceeded. has a perfect mix of post grunge and alt rock that lead to while not being the most unique definitely still is very good. excite to listen to what fuel has to offer in their other albums.

fav track: untitled, jesus or a gun, sunburn, new thing, song for you, mary pretends, ozone, hideaway, walk the sky

least fav track: king for a day
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Added on: February 22, 2019