3-D (I See Stars album)

Studio album by I See Stars
Released April 14, 2009 (2009-04-14)
Length 32:36
Label Sumerian
Producer Cameron Mizell
I See Stars chronology
I See Stars
The End of the World Party
Singles from 3-D
  1. "What This Means to Me"
    Released: May 2, 2009
  2. "3-D"
    Released: January 21, 2010
  3. "The Common Hours"
    Released: October 21, 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Review Rinse Repeat[3]

3-D is the debut studio album by American band I See Stars. The album debuted at number 176 on the Billboard 200, number 5 on Top Heatseekers, and number 22 on Top Independent Albums.[5] The songs "Save the Cheerleader, Save the World" and "The Big Bad Wolf" were both re-recorded from their first EP, Green Light Go!. The singles "The Common Hours", "3-D" and "Where the Sidewalk Ends", were also re-recorded, having been previously released as demos. All of the band members were under the age of 20 by the time the album was recorded, the oldest being rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson at 19.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Devin Oliver, Zach Johnson and Andrew Oliver, all music composed by I See Stars.

Original CD[6][7][8]
No. Title Length
1. "Project Wakeup"   2:25
2. "The Common Hours"   3:07
3. "3-D"   3:11
4. "Save the Cheerleader, Save the World"   4:06
5. "The Big Bad Wolf"   3:41
6. "I Am Jack's Smirking Revenge"   3:08
7. "The Ocean"   1:10
8. "Comfortably Confused"   3:00
9. "Where the Sidewalks Ends"   2:25
10. "Sing This" (featuring Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony) 3:00
11. "What This Means to Me"   3:27
Total length:

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I See Stars


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  5. "I See Stars album charting". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 26 April 2011.
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  7. "3-D missprint". Discogs.
  8. "3-D correct". Discogs.
  9. "Music - Power Gig". Seven45 Studios. Retrieved 26 April 2011.
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