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Fritz - Blind In One Eye / Number Nine album mp3

Fritz  - Blind In One Eye / Number Nine album mp3
Blind In One Eye / Number Nine
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Third Eye Blind is the debut studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind. It was released on 8 April 1997 by Elektra Records. The album spawned five singles, including the top ten chart hits "Semi-Charmed Life", "Jumper", and "How's It Going to Be". While Third Eye Blind only peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200, it spent 106 weeks on the chart

Third Eye Blind is an American alternative rock band. Formed in San Francisco, California, in 1993. The band currently consists of Stephan Jenkins (lead vocals), Brad Hargreaves (drums), Alex Kopp, Kryz Reid (lead guitar), and Alex LeCavallier (bass guitar) as of 2014. It has formerly included Kevin Cadogan, Arion Salazar, and Tony Fredianelli, Abe Millet (bass guitar).

A Collection is a greatest hits album by Third Eye Blind, released July 18, 2006.

Number One Blind" is a song by Veruca Salt. It was released previously on the album American Thighs. It was written by Nina Gordon. Bodies" (otten) – 4:10. Aurora" (Gordon) – 4:06. Nina Gordon - Guitar, Vocals. Louise Post - Guitar, Vocals. Brad Wood - Engineer. Doug McBride - Engineer.

Third Eye Blind is the debut studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind, released on April 8, 1997. Third Eye Blind. There are variations of the cover art. The first US issue of Third Eye Blind, approximately 500,000 copies, featured a gold-tinted cover photograph by photographer Christine Alicino, with a dark red band logo. The colors were then reverted (as seen above). All tracks written by Stephan Jenkins and Kevin Cadogan, except where noted.

Album Name Third Eye Blind. Released date 08 April 1997. Labels Elektra Records. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album4. 1. Losing A Whole Year. 3. Semi-Charmed Life.


A Blind In One Eye
B Number Nine


Fritz-Blind In One Eye b/w Number Nine 7”

1979-Mach One

Very tough to find AOR single from Fritz, who I believe were from Indiana. I don’t believe this was issued in a picture sleeve. I'm guessing the band or label wrote the 1979 on the labels.
  • Breder
One of my favorite singles of all time! Great hooks and synths.