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10 (Enuff Z'nuff album)

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Released  October 3, 2000
Length  46:10
Release date  3 October 2000
Genres  Hard rock, Glam metal
Recorded  1995–2000
Artist  Enuff Z'Nuff
Label  Spitfire Records
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Producer  Chip Z'Nuff, Donnie Vie
10 (2000)  Welcome to Blue Island (2003)
Similar  Seven, Paraphernalia, Peach Fuzz, Welcome to Blue Island, Tweaked

'10' is the 9th studio album, and 10th overall release by the Rock band Enuff Z'Nuff. By fans, it is sometimes seen as the poppier counterpart to their harder sounding Paraphernalia record, as both albums were recorded and released during a similar time frame. The album cover art for '10' is a direct reference to the band's debut album, released a decade earlier. While the original U.S. edition of the album included a video for the single "There Goes My Heart" in QuickTime format, '10' was released first in Japan through the Pony Canyon label. The band also toured Japan in 2000 in support of the CD, which peaked at #60 on the Japanese music charts. The song "There Goes My Heart" was later featured in a trailer for the 2008 film The Promotion.


Track listing

All tracks written by Vie and Znuff, except where noted.

Japanese Track List

All tracks written by Vie and Znuff, except where noted.

^ - Originally Released on US "Paraphernalia" (1999) but now featuring different lyrics and Chip Z'Nuff on vocals.


  • Donnie Vie – lead vocals, guitars and keyboards
  • Chip Z'Nuff – bass guitar, guitars and vocals
  • Monaco – lead guitar
  • Ricky Parent – drums
  • Songs

    1There Goes My Heart3:30
    2Fly Away5:13
    3The Beast3:32


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