11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Here Jimmy Eat World morphed into the bright and shining radio rock powerhouse that earlier albums had hinted they could become. Their entire career had been building toward the breakout success of “The Middle,” arguably the platonic ideal of a modern rock song. “Sweetness,” “A Praise Chorus,” and “Bleed American” define their brand of surging and raging but ultimately very sweet rock music.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Here Jimmy Eat World morphed into the bright and shining radio rock powerhouse that earlier albums had hinted they could become. Their entire career had been building toward the breakout success of “The Middle,” arguably the platonic ideal of a modern rock song. “Sweetness,” “A Praise Chorus,” and “Bleed American” define their brand of surging and raging but ultimately very sweet rock music.

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