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Welcome to Blue Island

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Released  June 24, 2003
Length  54:42
Artist  Enuff Z'Nuff
Label  Secret Records
Producers  Chip Z'Nuff, Donnie Vie
Recorded  2001-2002
Welcome to Blue Island (2003)  ? (2004)
Release date  24 June 2003
Genres  Hard rock, Power pop
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Similar  Peach Fuzz, Tweaked, Animals with Human In, Seven, Paraphernalia

Enuff z nuff welcome to blue island full album

Welcome to Blue Island was the final recording of new studio material by Enuff Z'nuff before lead singer Donnie Vie left the group in 2002. As a result, Vie did not tour to support the album. However, the band continued playing shows at this time with lead guitarist Monaco taking over vocal duties. As was common for the band, Welcome To Blue Island was released first in Japan, where it charted at #90.


The U.S. version of the album with several bonus tracks came in June 2003 on the Perris Records label, where it became the label's top seller of 2004. The song "87 Days" is a live acoustic performance for a radio show with BulletBoys lead singer Marq Torien on co-vocals and future Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba on guitar. The songs "Roll Me," "Can't Wait," and "Z Overture" would all be used in the 2011 film Dahmer Vs. Gacy.

Track listing

All tracks written by Donnie Vie and Chip Z'Nuff, except where noted.


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

  • DJ Ashba (Track 13)
  • Marq Torien (Track 13)
  • Production

  • Produced by Stemz & Seedz (Chip Z'Nuff and Donnie Vie)
  • Mixing – Chris Steinmetz, Jeff Luif, and Chris Shepard
  • Engineering – Chris Steinmetz, Jeff Luif, Dave Maragus
  • Songs

    2Can't Wait4:12
    3Good Times (Are Hard to Find)5:31


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