Smash Mouth
Album by Smash Mouth
Smash Mouth-cover art
Released November 27, 2001
Studio H.O.S. Recording - Redwood City, California
Genre Pop punk
Length 51:55
Label Interscope
Producer Eric Valentine
Album Guide
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Smash Mouth (2001) is a self-titled album, and the third offering from the like-named band, Smash Mouth. This album's release was delayed several months as a result of the untimely death of lead vocalist Steve Harwell's son, Presley Scott Harwell after a battle with acute lymphatic leukemia. Notably, it was the first album with new drummer Michael Urbano.

In the fall of 2000 the band held a contest on their website to name their this album. After a huge outpouring of suggestions from fans, there ended up being a two-way tie with the band chosing the suggestion of a self-titled album.

Track ListingEdit

  1. "Holiday In My Head" (featured in the movie Shrek)
  2. "Your Man"
  3. "Pacific Coast Party"
  4. "She Turns Me On"
  5. "Sister Psychic"
  6. "Out Of Sight"
  7. "Force Field"
  8. "Shoes 'N' Hats"
  9. "Hold You High"
  10. "The In Set"
  11. "Fallen Horses"
  12. "Disenchanted"
  13. "Keep It Down"
  14. "I'm a Believer" (Monkees cover)

Extra TracksEdit

Japanese ImportEdit

14. "All Star"
15. "Walkin' On The Sun"
16. "Pacific Coast Party (Olav Basoski Remix)"

Australian ImportEdit

14. "All Star"
15. "Can't Get Enough Of You Baby"

Members FeaturedEdit