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Sugar Ray (album)

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Released  June 12, 2001
Genre  Pop rock
Label  Atlantic
Recorded  2000 - March 2001
Length  39:55
Producer  Ralph Sall Don Gilmore David Kahne

Sugar Ray is the fourth studio album by the band Sugar Ray. The album was released on June 12, 2001, and debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, and eventually went gold. The album's first single, "When It's Over", performed well on pop and rock charts as well.



The track "Words to Me" was featured on the Scooby-Doo film soundtrack in 2002. Also, the track "Sorry Now" was featured in Scary Movie 2.

Reception and sales

The album received generally positive reviews. Aggregator Metacritic gave the album a 71/100 rating based on 10 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

The album sold one million copies, less than the multi-platinum albums Floored and 14:59, but far more than their next album, 2003's In the Pursuit of Leisure, which sold less than 150,000 copies.

Track listing

  1. "Answer the Phone" – 4:00 (Mark McGrath, Murphy Karges, Stan Frazier, Don Gilmore)
  2. "Nothing" – 3:04 (McGrath, Karges, Frazier, Gilmore)
  3. "When It's Over" – 3:38 (McGrath, Frazier, Rodney Sheppard, Craig Bullock, David Kahne)
  4. "Under the Sun" – 3:21 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Gilmore, Terry Karges)
  5. "Satellites" – 3:46 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Sheppard, Bullock, Gilmore)
  6. "Waiting" – 3:31 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Gilmore)
  7. "Ours" – 3:23 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Bullock, A. L. Miller, K. L. Maxwell)
  8. "Sorry Now" – 3:17 (McGrath, Frazier, Gilmore)
  9. "Stay On" (Featuring Nick Hexum) – 4:31 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Sheppard, Bullock, Nick Hexum)
  10. "Words to Me" – 4:00 (McGrath, Frazier, Sheppard, J. Nichol)
  11. "Just a Little" – 3:27 (McGrath, Sheppard)
  12. "Disasterpiece" – 2:58 (McGrath, M. Karges, Frazier, Sheppard, Gilmore)


  1. "When It's Over" (July 17, 2001) - U.S.: #13 UK: #32
  2. "Answer the Phone" - (April 2, 2002) U.S.: #40
  3. "Ours" - (Did not chart)
  4. "Under the Sun" - (Did not chart)


  • Mark McGrath – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Rodney Sheppard – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Murphy Karges – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Stan Frazier – drums, percussion, guitar, programming, backing vocals
  • Craig "DJ Homicide" Bullock – turntables, samples, programming, keyboards, backing vocals
  • References

    Sugar Ray (album) Wikipedia

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