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Third Eye Blind - Third Eye Blind album mp3


A1 Losing A Whole Year 3:20
A2 Narcolepsy 3:48
A3 Semi-Charmed Life 4:28
A4 Jumper 4:32
B1 Graduate 3:09
B2 How's It Going To Be 4:13
B3 Thanks A Lot 4:57
C1 Burning Man 2:59
C2 Good For You 3:52
C3 London 3:07
C4 I Want You 4:29
D1 The Background 4:56
D2 Motorcycle Drive By 4:22
D3 God Of Wine 5:17


  • Engineer – David Gleeson (tracks: B3, D3)
  • Mastered By – Ted Jensen
  • Mixed By – Tom Lord-Alge (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
  • Mixed By, Engineer, Co-producer – Eric Valentine
  • Producer – Ren Klyce (tracks: B2), Stephan Jenkins


Reissue offered through the band's website. Double LP on Black 180gm vinyl. Red Jacket (box set version has a cream color jacket). Includes double sided lyric insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 20286 21512 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
62012-2 Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind ‎(CD, Album) Elektra 62012-2 US 1997
7559620122 Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind ‎(CD, Album) Elektra 7559620122 Australia 1997
CD 62012 Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind ‎(CD, Album) Elektra CD 62012 Canada 1997
62012-2, CD 200 Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind ‎(CD, Album) Elektra, Elektra 62012-2, CD 200 US 1997
E4 62012 Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) Elektra E4 62012 Canada 1997

Third Eye Blind - Third Eye Blind album mp3
Performer: Third Eye Blind
Genre: Rock
Title: Third Eye Blind
Country: US
Released: 2013
Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge
MP3 version ZIP size: 1983 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1381 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 789

Also got my copy from the 3EB store. This is one of my all time favorite albums, and listening to it now on vinyl sounds fantastic!
Just got a copy from the 3EB store and it sounds fantastic. Dead quiet between songs, no hisses or pops anywhere, and the master of the music itself is excellent. Not sure if this is taken from the standard '97 master, the '97 vinyl master, or a new master, but it doesn't matter, it sounds fantastic. Only complaint is that instead of making record sleeves they just put all of the lyrics on one very flimsy piece of 11.5"x11.5" glossy paper inside.
Both this and the reissue of Blue have some noise issues which can be heard between tracks. At first I thought it was my equipment but it only happens with those two. Still, this sounds much better than the CD. I'll probably get the MOV reissue too, which is supposedly taken from the original vinyl master. If it's anything like the original Blue it'll sound killer.
This pressing is available again through the Third Eye Blind store directly for $35. Don't buy from the overpriced sellers here until you've checked out:
The Sphinx of Driz
Yeah but the yellow vinyl pressing isn't on ThirdEyeBlind's site...only the regular black. Which is fine if you're cool with collecting only black vinyl, but it's fun to get the rare colored ones. The other two vinyl on their site (Out of the Vein & Blue) are colored vinyl.
This album has been reissued by MOV (using the original 1997 vinyl master) and is available now - when the yellow pressing is gone they will have a black pressing. I'm also certain this version direct from 3EB will have another pressing. In short - don't buy from one of these people selling these for laughably high prices.
Waited almost 15 years and apart from that, the one month from ordering and delivery. The wait was worth all the while: Brilliant repress! Finally Stephan Jenkins decided to release all 3EB albums on vinyl and the delay had a reason: He wanted to deliver something good, not just some repress. Enjoy this album.
People: do not buy anything from the overpriced sellers here. Instead, buy this album from the 3eb site, sold only for $40. For a $100? are you serious? do not get ripped off.
Yep. This album has been on my vinyl wish list for years but couldn't bring myself to pay $150 for a used first press. Somehow this repress got by me and they're $150 for new just a few months later. There hasn't been a reissue I wanted that got by me like this one and I'm pretty bummed.
This kind of crap is what makes me hate vinyl sometimes, people always trying to make a ridiculous profit. Everyone needs to let these people eat the cost of the records they try to flip for unreasonable prices.
Does anybody know whether this is going to have exactly the same cat number as the original press?