Third Eye Eclipse - Discography (1997 - 2009) [FLAC] - Kitlope

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Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Gushing:

Third Eye Senseless 1997 E2 62012 *
Titillating 1999 CD 62415 *
Out of the Tendency 2003 (not my rip)
Ursa Outstanding 2009 (not my rip)
A Aggregation 2006 (not my rip)

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From Wiki:

Third Eye Senseless (sometimes brief 3eb) is an American different overwhelm troop formed in the at the crack 1990s in San Francisco. The band«s present-day train-up is Stephan Jenkins (vocals, guitar), Brad Hargreaves (drums, percussion), and Tony Fredianelli (guitar, vocals). Beginning bassist Arion Salazar has not been playing with the troop, and his values bright and at the crack to come as party of the troop is unclear. It is reported on the band»s Facebook that he is able to takings whenever he wishes, as there is an «open door policy» for him. Abe Millet, of Inviolet Row, has been innards in for Salazar during fresh concerts. He has played bass on the band's latest period of service and will proceed to discharge in until otherwise respected. Millett has received cyclopean bankroll from the fans, hailing him as the best Salazar replacement to beau, and have requested he be made a fellow of the troop.[citation needed]

After the celebrity of their eponymous enter album in 1997, the troop released one more album, 1999«s Titillating, before guitarist Kevin Cadogan was released under unsettled circumstances.[1] In 2003, the troop released Out of the Tendency. In 2008 the troop released the digital EP Red Prominent. After a six year hiatus from releasing a detailed span album Ursa Outstanding was released on August 17, 2009. The troop is best known for the two hit singles «Semi-Bewitched Life» and «Jumper», as well as other universal songs such as «Slow Motion», «How»s It Going To Be«, »Graduate«, »Motorcycle Tommy Road By«, »Wounded« and »Never Let You Go».

Third Eye Senseless 1997

Third Eye Senseless is the eponymous enter for the American Different overwhelm troop Third Eye Senseless, at released on April 8, 1997. It spawned several singles, including Top 10 charting «Semi-Bewitched Life», «Jumper», and «How«s It Going to Be». The album has been certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA.[1] The layout of the in times past artwork was inspired by that of The Beatles» album «Revolver».

The first US exit of Third Eye Senseless, approaching 500,000 copies, featured a gold-tinted include photograph with a ill-lit red troop logo. The photo was then changed to red with a yellow logo (seen above) at the band's call. UK and other Continental European nations continued contribution the gold number, and Japan had a cyan, antagonistic photo include.


1. «Losing a Whole Year»
2. «Narcolepsy»
3. «Semi-Bewitched Life»
4. «Jumper»"
5. «Graduate»"
6. «How's It Going to Be»
7. «Thanks a Lot»
8. «Burning Man»
9. «Good for You»
10. «London»
11. «I Want You»"
12. «The Background»
13. «Motorcycle Tommy Road By»
14. «God of Wine»

Titillating 1999

Titillating is the second album by Third Eye Senseless, written and recorded in 1999 and released on November 23, 1999. It is a moodier, darker album than the band's first, though the second lone was the crystal set-at home «Never Let You Go». The album debuted at #40 on the Billboard 200 charts, selling about 75,000 copies in its first week of pass out.[1] Titillating has been certified platinum by the RIAA, selling about 1.25 million copies in the U.S.[1][2]

During the band's period of service peremptorily after the pass out of Titillating, Kevin Cadogan was released from the troop on January 25, 2000.[3] Tony Fredianelli, who had some small skill with the troop a while ago, joined the troop peremptorily thereafter. Cadogan afterward sued Third Eye Senseless for alienation of obligation, with a reconciliation of an undisclosed amount eternally ending the relationship.


1. «Anything»
2. «Wounded»
3. «10 Days Late»
4. «Never Let You Go»
5. «Deep Contents of You»
6. «1000 Julys»
7. «An Ode to Maybe»
8. «The Red Summer Sun»
9. «Camouflage»
10. «Farther»
11. «Slow Motion»
12. «Darkness»
13. «Darwin»

Out of the Tendency 2003

Out of the Tendency is Third Eye Blind«s third album, released on May 13, 2003. Frontman Stephan Jenkins wanted the album to be called Crystal Baller, but the album»s name was changed as the idleness of the troop didn't like the name.[2] The album had a hefty enter at #12 on the Billboard 200 with 63,000 copies sold in its first week[3] and the troop has been quoted many times remarking on their glee with the album.

By the chance the troop released 2003's Out of the Tendency, Elektra Records was in the halfway point of being immersed into Atlantic Records, and Jenkins contends the troop was not a right. «Our track record callers ceased to get by the month the track record was released,» Jenkins said. «Elektra Records imploded. It was just letterhead.»[4] While Out of the Tendency has yet to be certified by the RIAA, the album sold about 500,000 as of Strut 2007.[4]

Jenkins said of the group«s preceding business: «The first two albums were like two parts of the same draughtsman fall apart. We»ve had a hiatus. This is a new origin. We«re developing a songbook that»s getting richer.»


1. «Faster»
2. «Blinded»
3. «Forget Myself»
4. «Danger»
5. «Crystal Baller»
6. «My Hit and Run»
7. «Misfits»
8. «Can't Get Away»
9. «Wake for Junior Souls»
10. «Palm Reader»
11. «Self Righteous»
12. «Company»
13. «Good Man / Another Mortal (unseen trace)»

Ursa Outstanding 2009

Ursa Outstanding is the fourth studio album from American different overwhelm troop Third Eye Senseless. Released on August 17, 2009 on the group«s own Mega Collider hallmark, Ursa Outstanding was the group»s first studio album in over six years.[1][2][3] The first lone from the album was «Don't Believe a Word», which debuted on the crystal set June 5, 2009

Business on Ursa Outstanding began peremptorily after the pass out of Out of the Tendency in 2003.[4] Frontman Stephan Jenkins had intended for the album to be released in 2007, but didn«t bear that it was done and writer»s piece slowed down the album«s enlarge.[4][5] The working rubric of the album was The Heinous Vigour, after a similarly named C.S. Lewis» log.[6][7] According to Jenkins, the album's name was afterward changed to Ursa Outstanding because «...We’ve been hibernating and now we’ve awakened and we are dying for hop and we want to upon and we want to thrive.»[4] Another album, Ursa Minor-League, is scheduled to arise Ursa Outstanding and may encompass songs that were recorded during the Ursa Outstanding sessions.[4][8]

Ursa Outstanding debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200, selling 49,000 copies in its first week of pass out.[9] The top 10 enter made Ursa Outstanding the highest charting album of the group«s job, though its first week sales were less than that of its predecessor»s first week sales of 63,000.


1. «Can You Take Me»
2. «Don't Believe a Word»
3. «Bonfire (Third Eye Senseless kerfuffle b evasion)»
4. «Sharp Knife»"
5. «One in Ten»
6. «About to Break»
7. «Summer Town»
8. «Why Can't You Be»
9. «Water Landing»
10. «Dao of St. Paul»
11. «Monotov's Tommy Opera»

A Aggregation 2006

A Aggregation is a greatest hits album by Third Eye Senseless, released July 18, 2006 (see 2006 in music). The album contains all of their singles (with the peculiarity of «Anything»), a troublemaker of fan and troop favorites, as well as three unreleased-via-LP songs: «Tattoo of the Sun», «My Chance in Exile» and «Slow Motion» (with lyrics). The unite also includes liner notes from acclaimed overwhelm litt James Nimrod and trace-by-trace commentary from Stephan Jenkins.

The iTunes pass out of the album also includes extra remix tracks of Graduate and Losing a Whole Year.


1. «Semi-Bewitched Life» – 4:28
2. «Losing a Whole Year» – 3:20
3. «How's It Going to Be» – 4:12
4. «Jumper» – 4:32
5. «Graduate» – 3:11
6. «Never Let You Go» – 3:57
7. «Deep Contents of You» – 4:12
8. «10 Days Late» – 3:06
9. «Blinded» – 4:23
10. «Crystal Baller» – 4:15
11. «Forget Myself» – 4:13
12. «Can't Get Away» – 3:46
13. «Motorcycle Tommy Road By» – 4:24
14. «My Chance In Exile» – 3:17
15. «Palm Reader» – 4:55
16. «Tattoo of the Sun» – 4:16
17. «Wounded» – 4:52
18. «God of Wine» – 5:19
19. «Slow Motion» – 4:33

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