Sick Puppies


Sick Puppies - Tri-Polar

2009 | Virgin Records Us 

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Tri-Polar Track Listing

  • #
  • Title
  • time
  • 1
  • War
  • 3:13
  • Sound Clip for War from Tri-Polar

  • 2
  • I Hate You
  • 3:28
  • Sound Clip for I Hate You from Tri-Polar

  • 3
  • Riptide
  • 3:11
  • Sound Clip for Riptide from Tri-Polar

  • 5
  • Odd One
  • 3:47
  • Sound Clip for Odd One from Tri-Polar

  • 7
  • Survive
  • 3:12
  • Sound Clip for Survive from Tri-Polar

  • 9
  • Maybe
  • 3:29
  • Sound Clip for Maybe from Tri-Polar

  • 10
  • Don't Walk Away
  • 3:48
  • Sound Clip for Don't Walk Away from Tri-Polar

  • 12
  • In It for Life
  • 4:05
  • Sound Clip for In It for Life from Tri-Polar

  • 13
  • White Balloons
  • 3:39
  • Sound Clip for White Balloons from Tri-Polar

  • Tri-Polar Notes

    Determined for U.S. success, Sick Puppies founding members — vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Shimon Moore and his high school classmate, bassist Emma Anzai — moved from their native Australia to Los Angeles, where they found their drummer, Mark Goodwin. On their debut release, the video for the first Sick Puppies single, "All the Same," in which a hand-written placard offering passersby "Free Hugs" was displayed, attracted more than 43 million views on YouTube alone, and spawned a worldwide phenomenon.

    Three years after their wildly successful Virgin Records/EMI debut, Dressed Up for Life, Sick Puppies are back with their second album, Tri-Polar, produced by Rock Mafia's Antonina Armato and Tim James, that reflects the past four whirlwind years spent in the rock 'n roll fast lane.

    The raw, high-powered sound of their new songs is already finding its way into fans' homes. The cut "Street Fighter (War)" is being used as part of the national marketing campaign for the popular video game Street Fighter 4, and the first single, "You're Going Down," was used as the theme song for the WWE's Extreme Rules pay-perview broadcast.

    In addition to touring, Sick Puppies can be seen in Rock Prophecies, an awardwinning documentary about legendary rock photographer Robert M. Knight, who famously took the band under his wing when they first came to the States.

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