Price to Play

Infobox Single
Name = Price to Play


Artist = Staind
from Album = 14 Shades of Grey
Released = April 10, 2003
Format = CD single
Recorded = 2003
Genre = Alternative metal
Nu metal
Length = 3:36
Label = Elektra Records
Producer = Staind
Chart position =

  • #2 (US Mainstream Rock Tracks)
  • #6 (US Modern Rock Tracks)
  • #66 (US Billboard Hot 100)
  • #20 (American Top 40)

Reviews =
Last single = "Epiphany (Staind)" (2001)
This single = "Price to Play" (2003)
Next single = "So Far Away" (2003) |

Price to Play was the first single released off American alternative metal band Staind's fourth album 14 Shades of Grey. It was released in advance and became a minor hit for the band, charting high on both rock charts and peaking within the top 100 of the Billboard Hot 100 at #66 [http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/retrieve_chart_history.do?model.vnuArtistId=334705&model.vnuAlbumId=724251] . It was also the official theme song of WWE's Vengeance 2003 event.

Track listing

#"Price to Play"
#"Let It Out"
#"Can't Believe" (Acoustic)

Lyrics

[http://mysite.verizon.net/respjlnj/id57.html Addictedtostaind.com]


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