Complete List Of 311 Albums And Songs

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This Complete List Of 311 Albums And Songs presents the full discography of  311 studio albums. The band 311 was first formed in 1988.  The group 311 hails from the area of Omaha, Nebraska.  All these very cool 311 albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each  311 album as well as all original album covers. Every 311 album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.

Music (1993)

Released February 9, 1993

Music is the debut studio album by the American rock band 311. It was a defining release for the band, showcasing their unique blend of rock, rap, reggae, and funk. Recorded at Mad Hatter Studios in Los Angeles, it captures the raw energy and experimental spirit of the band in their early years. The band lineup for this album featured Nick Hexum on lead vocals and guitar, Tim Mahoney on lead guitar, P-Nut on bass, Chad Sexton on drums, and SA Martinez on vocals and turntables. Music was produced by Eddy Offord, known for his work with Yes and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, which contributed to the album’s dynamic and polished sound.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Welcome” – 2:55
  2. “Freak Out” – 3:42
  3. “Visit” – 3:40
  4. “Paradise” – 5:03
  5. “Unity” – 3:26
  6. “Hydroponic” – 3:53
  7. “My Stoney Baby” – 3:44
  8. “Nix Hex” – 4:08
  9. “Plain” – 2:58
  10. “Feels So Good” – 3:23
  11. “Doomsday” – 3:48
  12. “Fuck the Bullshit” – 3:52

Grassroots (1994)

Released July 12, 1994

Grassroots is the second studio album by 311, further exploring the band’s fusion of rock, rap, reggae, and funk. This album began to solidify 311’s sound and fan base, with tracks that showcased more sophisticated songwriting and production compared to their debut. Although Grassroots did not achieve immediate mainstream success, it was instrumental in building the band’s dedicated following and set the stage for their later breakthrough. The album was recorded at NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood and was produced by Ron Saint Germain, known for his work with Bad Brains, Sonic Youth, and Tool, which helped refine the band’s sound. The band’s lineup remained the same as on their debut album.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Homebrew” – 3:04
  2. “Lucky” – 2:50
  3. “Nutsymptom” – 3:01
  4. “8:16 A.M.” – 3:43
  5. “Omaha Stylee” – 4:15
  6. “Applied Science” – 2:44
  7. “Taiyed” – 1:50
  8. “Silver” – 2:47
  9. “Grassroots” – 4:13
  10. “Salsa” – 2:27
  11. “Lose” – 4:17
  12. “Six” – 3:16
  13. “Offbeat Bare Ass” – 3:43
  14. “1, 2, 3” – 2:59

311 (1995)

Released July 25, 1995

311, also known as The Blue Album, marked a significant breakthrough for the band, blending rock, rap, reggae, and funk into a unique sound that captivated a wide audience. Recorded at Capricorn Studios in Hollywood, California, the album was produced by Ron Saint Germain. It features Nick Hexum on vocals and guitar, SA Martinez on vocals and DJ, Tim Mahoney on lead guitar, P-Nut on bass, and Chad Sexton on drums. The album’s energetic vibe and fusion of genres propelled 311 into mainstream success, highlighted by tracks like “Down” and “All Mixed Up.”

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Down” – 2:53
  2. “Random” – 3:06
  3. “Jackolantern’s Weather” – 3:24
  4. “All Mixed Up” – 3:01
  5. “Hive” – 2:59
  6. “Guns (Are for Pussies)” – 2:16
  7. “Misdirected Hostility” – 2:59
  8. “Purpose” – 2:44
  9. “Loco” – 1:54
  10. “Brodels” – 3:29
  11. “Don’t Stay Home” – 2:43
  12. “DLMD” – 2:13
  13. “Sweet” – 3:15
  14. “T & P Combo” – 2:49

Transistor (1997)

Released August 5, 1997

Transistor represented a bold departure from 311’s previous work, experimenting with a broader range of sounds and styles. The album was recorded at NRG Recording Services in North Hollywood, California, and was produced by 311 and Scotch Ralston. The expansive tracklist showcases the band’s willingness to explore new territories, blending their signature sound with elements of dub, space rock, and experimental music. Transistor received mixed reviews from critics but has since been recognized as a cult favorite among fans for its ambition and eclectic nature.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Transistor” – 3:02
  2. “Prisoner” – 2:50
  3. “Galaxy” – 2:50
  4. “Beautiful Disaster” – 4:01
  5. “Inner Light Spectrum” – 3:40
  6. “Electricity” – 2:34
  7. “What Was I Thinking” – 2:37
  8. “Jupiter” – 2:43
  9. “Use of Time” – 4:24
  10. “The Continuous Life” – 3:30
  11. “No Control” – 3:08
  12. “Running” – 3:43
  13. “Color” – 1:54
  14. “Light Years” – 2:50
  15. “Creature Feature” – 2:36
  16. “Tune In” – 2:16
  17. “Rub A Dub” – 2:40
  18. “Starshines” – 2:36
  19. “Strangers” – 2:40
  20. “Borders” – 2:42
  21. “Stealing Happy Hours” – 5:50

Soundsystem (1999)

Released October 12, 1999

With Soundsystem, 311 refined their blend of rock, reggae, hip-hop, and funk, delivering one of their most cohesive and polished albums. The production, handled by Hugh Padgham along with the band, brought a cleaner, more refined sound to the forefront. Recorded at The Hive in North Hollywood, California, Soundsystem features standout tracks like “Come Original” and “Flowing” that highlight the band’s knack for catchy hooks and groovy rhythms. This album further solidified 311’s position in the rock and alternative scene of the late ’90s.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Freeze Time” – 3:21
  2. “Come Original” – 3:42
  3. “Large in the Margin” – 3:28
  4. “Flowing” – 3:11
  5. “Can’t Fade Me” – 2:11
  6. “Life’s Not a Race” – 4:25
  7. “Strong All Along” – 3:27
  8. “Sever” – 4:43
  9. “Eons” – 3:13
  10. “Evolution” – 4:16
  11. “Leaving Babylon” – 3:26
  12. “Mindspin” – 3:58
  13. “Livin’ & Rockin'” – 2:43

From Chaos (2001)

Released June 19, 2001

From Chaos is considered by many fans and critics as a return to the band’s roots, with its energetic tracks that seamlessly blend rock, rap, reggae, and funk elements. The album was produced by Ron Saint Germain and 311, and it was recorded at The Hive in North Hollywood, California. From Chaos spawned several hits, including “You Wouldn’t Believe” and “Amber,” the latter of which became one of the band’s most beloved and enduring songs. The album’s lyrical themes range from love and positivity to social commentary, encapsulating the band’s eclectic and optimistic ethos.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “You Get Worked” – 2:51
  2. “Sick Tight” – 2:43
  3. “You Wouldn’t Believe” – 3:40
  4. “Full Ride” – 3:06
  5. “From Chaos” – 3:14
  6. “I Told Myself” – 4:10
  7. “Champagne” – 3:04
  8. “Hostile Apostle” – 3:42
  9. “Wake Your Mind Up” – 3:11
  10. “Amber” – 3:27
  11. “Uncalm” – 3:10
  12. “I’ll Be Here Awhile” – 3:28

Evolver (2003)

Released July 22, 2003

Evolver is the seventh studio album by 311, showcasing a continued evolution in their sound with a mix of rock, reggae, and funk elements, alongside more introspective and mature lyrical themes. The album, produced by Ron Saint Germain and 311, was recorded at The Hive in North Hollywood, California. Notable tracks include “Creatures (For a While),” which became a live staple and fan favorite for its energetic delivery and reflective lyrics, and “Beyond the Gray Sky,” a poignant ballad addressing themes of loss and hope.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Creatures (For a While)” – 4:25
  2. “Reconsider Everything” – 2:50
  3. “Crack the Code” – 3:55
  4. “Same Mistake Twice” – 3:20
  5. “Beyond the Gray Sky” – 4:18
  6. “Seems Uncertain” – 3:33
  7. “Still Dreaming” – 3:40
  8. “Give Me a Call” – 3:21
  9. “Don’t Dwell” – 2:38
  10. “Other Side of Things” – 3:08
  11. “Sometimes Jacks Rule the Realm” – 3:15

Don’t Tread on Me (2005)

Released August 16, 2005

Don’t Tread on Me, 311’s eighth studio album, continues the band’s exploration of reggae and rock while incorporating a polished pop sensibility. Produced by Ron Saint Germain and 311, the album was also recorded at The Hive in North Hollywood. The title track “Don’t Tread on Me” offers a catchy, laid-back vibe that contrasts with the more energetic and aggressive tones found in other songs on the album. “Speak Easy,” another highlight, is known for its melodic approach and introspective lyrics, reflecting the band’s versatility and depth.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Don’t Tread on Me” – 3:07
  2. “Thank Your Lucky Stars” – 3:23
  3. “Frolic Room” – 3:34
  4. “Speak Easy” – 3:25
  5. “Solar Flare” – 3:11
  6. “Waiting” – 3:16
  7. “Long for the Flowers” – 2:49
  8. “Getting Through to Her” – 3:24
  9. “Whiskey and Wine” – 2:57
  10. “It’s Getting OK Now” – 3:04
  11. “There’s Always an Excuse” – 5:06

Uplifter (2009)

Released June 2, 2009

Uplifter marks 311’s ninth studio album, showcasing a rejuvenated sound and a positive, uplifting theme that resonates throughout the tracklist. Produced by Bob Rock, known for his work with Metallica and Mötley Crüe, the album presents a polished and expansive sound. Recorded at The Hive in North Hollywood, California, Uplifter includes popular tracks like “Hey You” and “It’s Alright,” offering a mix of rock, reggae, and funk that appeals to both old and new fans. The album’s optimistic tone and accessible sound helped it to become one of the band’s most successful releases of the decade.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Hey You” – 3:55
  2. “It’s Alright” – 3:34
  3. “Mix It Up” – 2:53
  4. “Golden Sunlight” – 4:29
  5. “India Ink” – 3:37
  6. “Daisy Cutter” – 3:54
  7. “Too Much Too Fast” – 3:52
  8. “Never Ending Summer” – 4:04
  9. “Two Drops in the Ocean” – 3:47
  10. “Something Out of Nothing” – 4:51
  11. “Jackpot” – 3:53
  12. “My Heart Sings” – 4:20

Universal Pulse (2011)

Released July 19, 2011

Universal Pulse is 311’s tenth studio album, a concise yet impactful collection of songs that distill the essence of the band’s sound into eight tracks. Produced by Bob Rock, the album continues the polished, full-bodied production approach seen in Uplifter, with an emphasis on catchy melodies, tight grooves, and positive vibes. Recorded once again at The Hive, the album’s highlights include “Sunset in July” and “Count Me In,” which showcase the band’s ability to blend rock, reggae, and funk into infectious, feel-good music. Despite its shorter length, Universal Pulse packs a punch and captures the band’s enduring appeal.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Time Bomb” – 3:17
  2. “Wild Nights” – 3:38
  3. “Sunset in July” – 3:55
  4. “Trouble” – 3:32
  5. “Count Me In” – 3:28
  6. “Rock On” – 3:30
  7. “Weightless” – 3:19
  8. “And a Ways to Go” – 4:17

Stereolithic (2014)

Released March 11, 2014

Stereolithic was 311’s eleventh studio album, released independently on their own label, 311 Records. This album marked a return to the band’s roots with a mix of reggae, rock, and funk sounds, infused with experimental elements. Produced by Scotch Ralston, who had worked with the band on earlier albums, Stereolithic offered a diverse set of tracks showcasing the band’s versatility and depth. The album was recorded at The Hive in Los Angeles, California, and featured songs like “Five of Everything” and “Showdown” that highlighted 311’s knack for catchy hooks and complex rhythms.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Ebb and Flow” – 3:23
  2. “Five of Everything” – 3:51
  3. “Showdown” – 3:48
  4. “Revelation of the Year” – 4:12
  5. “Sand Dollars” – 3:20
  6. “Boom Shanka” – 3:06
  7. “Make it Rough” – 3:22
  8. “The Great Divide” – 4:04
  9. “Friday Afternoon” – 5:20
  10. “Simple True” – 4:14
  11. “First Dimension” – 3:23
  12. “Made in the Shade” – 3:23
  13. “Existential Hero” – 4:00
  14. “The Call” – 3:25
  15. “Tranquility” – 3:33

Mosaic (2017)

Released June 23, 2017

Mosaic is the twelfth studio album by 311, showcasing a ‘mosaic’ of various musical styles, including rock, reggae, hip hop, and funk. The album features production from both John Feldmann and Scotch Ralston, offering a blend of the band’s classic sound with contemporary influences. Recorded in various studios, including The Hive, Mosaic includes guest appearances and a collaborative approach to songwriting. Standout tracks like “Too Much to Think” and “Wildfire” demonstrate the band’s ability to innovate while staying true to their signature style.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Too Much to Think” – 3:55
  2. “Wildfire” – 5:28
  3. “The Night is Young” – 3:48
  4. “Island Sun” – 3:00
  5. “Perfect Mistake” – 3:10
  6. “Extension” – 2:51
  7. “Inside Our Home” – 3:40
  8. “‘Til the City’s on Fire” – 2:56
  9. “Too Late” – 5:23
  10. “Hey Yo” – 3:33
  11. “Places That the Mind Goes” – 3:01
  12. “Face in the Wind” – 3:40
  13. “Forever Now” – 3:26
  14. “Days of ’88” – 3:54
  15. “One and the Same” – 3:27
  16. “Syntax Error” – 2:13
  17. “On a Roll” – 3:09

Voyager (2019)

Released July 12, 2019

Voyager is 311’s thirteenth studio album, further expanding their musical landscape with a mix of genres and styles. The album features production work by both Scotch Ralston and John Feldmann, offering a diverse sound palette that ranges from their signature reggae-infused rock to more experimental and electronic territories. Voyager was recorded in multiple locations, including The Hive. It includes tracks like “Good Feeling” and “Don’t You Worry,” which highlight the band’s positive vibes and catchy melodies, alongside deeper cuts that explore introspective themes and new sonic directions.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Crossfire” – 2:39
  2. “Don’t You Worry” – 3:00
  3. “Stainless” – 3:47
  4. “Space and Time” – 3:34
  5. “Dream State” – 3:01
  6. “Good Feeling” – 3:22
  7. “What The?!” – 3:36
  8. “Better Space” – 3:24
  9. “Dodging Raindrops” – 3:22
  10. “Rolling Through” – 3:28
  11. “Born to Live” – 3:30
  12. “Charge It Up” – 3:12
  13. “Lucid Dreams” – 3:44

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