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The Verve Pipe - Villains album flac Performer: The Verve Pipe
Title: Villains
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 1996
Country: Australia
MP3 album: 1310 mb
FLAC album: 1630 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: DMF ADX AC3 MOD MP3 AA MP1
Genre: Rock

The Verve Pipe is the self-titled album by Michigan rock band the Verve Pipe, released on July 27, 1999. The band's second release for RCA Records, the album followed the platinum-selling Villains and its mammoth single, "The Freshmen". The band worked with Soundgarden producer Michael Beinhorn and created a generally dark, sonically textured grunge-pop album. The lead single "Hero" received sporadic airplay on alternative rock radio and its video was in rotation on MTV2 in late summer 1999.

Album · 1996 · 13 Songs. More By The Verve Pipe. See All. Platinum & Gold Collection: The Verve Pipe.

The Verve Pipe - Villains 4:34. The Verve Pipe - The Freshmen 4:33. Used to Own by eeeemusic.

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The Verve Pipe is the self-titled album by Michigan rock band the Verve Pipe, released on July 27, 1999.

Villains Studio album by The Verve Pipe Released March 26, 1996. Villains is the third studio album and first major label release by The Verve Pipe. It was released in March 1996. The band received its first hit in "Photograph", which peaked in the top 10 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. A year after the release of the album, a reformatted version of "The Freshmen" peaked at on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. The single was also the band's sole appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at The success of the song helped this album go platinum. This is The Verve Pipe's greatest-selling album to date

Verve Pipe frontman Brian Vander Ark wrote the song after the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995, when Timothy McVeigh killed 168 people with a truck bomb at the Federal Building. McVeigh was all over the news and his face was on the cover of just about every news magazine. Vander Ark, who was in the Army from 1983-1987, had a day job at the time. It didn't make the Hot 100, nor did any subsequent Verve Pipe track. Their next album was a difficult one for the band - they blew a big budget weren't happy with the result. Their 2001 album was primed for success, but was thwarted by 9/11 (to that point, the Oklahoma City bombing was the worst act of terrorism on American soil). The band broke up that year and didn't re-form until 2009, when they added children's music to their repertoire. More songs from The Verve Pipe. More songs about events in the news. More songs from 1996.

Tracklist

A1 Barely (If At All)
A2 Drive You Mild
A3 Villains
A4 Reverend Girl
A5 Cup Of Tea
A6 Myself
A7 The Freshmen
B1 Photograph
B2 Ominous Man
B3 Real
B4 Penny Is Poison
B5 Cattle
B6 Veneer

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Columbia House
  • Licensed To – BMG Music Canada Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – BMG Entertainment

Notes

℗ & © 1996 BMG Entertainment.

Made in Canada.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 7749-933333 8 04

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
07863 66809-2 The Verve Pipe Villains ‎(CD, Album) RCA 07863 66809-2 Australia 1996
75517406152 The Verve Pipe Villains ‎(CD, Album) BMG Special Products 75517406152 US 2005
74321 50219 2 The Verve Pipe Villains ‎(CD, Album) BMG 74321 50219 2 Germany 1997
07863 66809-2, 07863 66809-2 RE, 66809-2 RE The Verve Pipe Villains ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA, RCA, RCA 07863 66809-2, 07863 66809-2 RE, 66809-2 RE US Unknown
07863 66809 2, 66809-2 The Verve Pipe Villains ‎(CD, Album) RCA, RCA 07863 66809 2, 66809-2 US 1996