American Standard (album)

Infobox Album
Name = American Standard
Type = Studio album
Artist = Seven Mary Three

Released = September 5, 1995
Recorded = June - July 1995
at Morrisound Recording
in Tampa, FL
Genre = Rock, Post-grunge
Length = 46:15
Label = Mammoth
Producer = Jason Ross,
Jason Pollock,
Tom Morris
Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|4|5 [ review]
Last album = "Churn" (1994)
This album = "American Standard" (1995)
Next album = "RockCrown" (1997)

"American Standard" is the second studio album by Seven Mary Three. It was released on September 5, 1995 on Mammoth Records. The album rose to #24 on the "Billboard" 200 and became platinum. [ [ - Artist Chart History - Seven Mary Three ] ]

The album's biggest hit single was "Cumbersome" (#1 on "Billboard"'s Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks, #7 on Hot Modern Rock Tracks, and #39 on the "Billboard" Hot 100). Other "Billboard"-charting singles were "Water's Edge" (#7 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and #37 on Hot Modern Rock Tracks), and "My My" (#19 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks). [ [ - Artist Chart History - Seven Mary Three ] ]

Additionally, the song "Roderigo" was inspired by the novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez.

Track listing

All songs written by Jason Ross and Jason Pollock, except where noted.
#"Water's Edge" – 3:52
#"Cumbersome" – 3:59
#"Roderigo" – 4:24
#"Devil Boy" – 4:24
#"My My" – 2:52
#"Lame" – 4:52
#"Headstrong" (Ross/Daniel/Pollock) – 4:46
#"Anything" – 3:40
#"Margaret" – 3:42
#"Punch In Punch Out" (Ross/Khalsa) – 2:48
#"Favorite Dog" – 6:51

Album credits

*Jason Ross – Lead vocals, guitars
*Jason Pollock – Lead guitars, vocals
*Casey Daniel – Bass
*Giti Khalsa – Drums


*Producers: Jason Ross, Jason Pollock, and Tom Morris
*Engineering: Tom Morris and Brian Benscoter
*Mixing: Tom Morris
*Mastering: Tom Morris
*Art Direction: Lane Wurster and Seven Mary Three
*Graphic Design: Chris Eselgroth
*Photography: Ben Gray
*Additional Photography: Alex Tremi
*Cover Photograph: Suzanne Opton/Swanstock


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