Extreme Albums Ranked And Complete Discography

Extreme Albums

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This Complete List Of Extreme Albums And Songs presents the entire discography of  Extreme studio albums. This Extreme discography also includes every single Extreme live albums. All these rocking Extreme studio albums have been presented below in ranked order. We have also included all original release dates with each  Extreme album as well as all original album covers. Extreme Live albums and Compilations have been listed in chronological order. Every Extreme album listed below showcases the entire album track listing.

EXTREME STUDIO ALBUMS

# 5 – Saudades de Rock

Released August 12, 2008

We open up our Extreme Ranked albums list with the bands final album as of this writing entitled Saudades de Rock. It had been thirteen years since the band had released a studio album. The album featured Gary Cherone on lead vocals, Nuno Bettencourt on guitar, Pat Badger on bass guitar and Kevin Figueiredo on drums. It would be the first Extreme album to feature Kevin Figueiredo. The album hit number seventy eight on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts.

CD Track Listings:

1. Star (4:11)
2. Comfortably Dumb (4:44)
3. Learn To Love (5:27)
4. Take Us Alive (3:23)
5. Run (4:41)
6. Last Hour (5:37)
7. Flower Man (3:53)
8. King Of The Ladies (4:22)
9. Ghost (4:58)
10. Slide (4:35)
11. Interface (4:34)
12. Sunrise (6:14)
13. Peace (Saudade) (6:35)

# 4 – Extreme

Released March 14, 1989

We continue our Extreme Ranked albums list with Extreme’s debut album entitled Extreme.The debut album featured Gary Cherone on lead vocals, Nuno Bettencourt on guitar, Pat Badger on bass guitar and  Paul Geary on drums. The album hit number eighty on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts.

CD Track Listings:

1. Little Girls (3:47)
2. Wind Me Up (3:37)
3. Kid Ego (4:04)
4. Watching, Waiting (4:54)
5. Mutha (Don’t Wanna Go To School Today) (4:52)
6. Teacher’s Pet (3:02)
7. Big Boys Don’t Cry (3:33)
8. Smoke Signals (4:14)
9. Flesh ‘N’ Blood (3:31)
10. Rock A Bye Bye (5:57)
11. Play With Me (3:29)

# 3 – Waiting for the Punchline

Released February 7, 1995

In the number three spot our Extreme Ranked albums list is the album entitled Waiting for the Punchline. The band’s fourth album featured Gary Cherone on lead vocals, Nuno Bettencourt on guitar, Pat Badger on bass guitar and Paul Geary on drums. The album hit number forty on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts. It broke into the Top 10 in the United Kingdom. This was a really good album and probably stands as the band’s most underrated record.

CD Track Listings:

1. There Is No God (6:08)
2. Cynical (4:41)
3. Tell Me Something I Don’t Know (6:25)
4. Hip Today (4:42)
5. Naked (5:47)
6. Midnight Express (3:59)
7. Leave Me Alone (4:47)
8. No Respect (3:52)
9. Evangelist (4:49)
10. Shadow Boxing (4:35)
11. Unconditionally / Waiting For The Punchline (11:27)

# 2 – III Sides to Every Story

Released September 22, 1992

In the number two spot our Extreme Ranked albums list is the follow up album to their breakthrough record Pornograffitti  entitled II Sides to Every Story. The band’s third album featured Gary Cherone on lead vocals, Nuno Bettencourt on guitar, Pat Badger on bass guitar and Paul Geary on drums. The album was just as successful on the charts as Pornograffitti as it also  hit number ten on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts. However it did much better in the UK where it went all the way to number two.

CD Track Listings:

1. Warheads (5:18)
2. Rest In Peace (6:01)
3. Politicalamity (5:04)
4. Color Me Blind (5:00)
5. Cupid’s Dead (5:56)
6. Peacemaker Die (6:03)
7. Seven Sundays (4:18)
8. Tragic Comic (4:44)
9. Our Father (4:02)
10. Stop The World (5:57)
11. God Isn’t Dead? (2:02)
12. Everything Under The Sun: I. Rise ‘N Shine (6:22)
13. Everything Under The Sun: II. Am I Ever Gonna Change (6:56)
14. Everything Under The Sun: III. Who Cares? (8:19)

# 1 – Pornograffitti

Released August 7, 1990

We close out our Extreme Ranked albums list with album that turned the group into a household name called Pornograffitti. That success was fueled by the monster hit single from the album titled “More Than You Know.” The band’s album featured Gary Cherone on lead vocals, Nuno Bettencourt on guitar, Pat Badger on bass guitar and Paul Geary on drums. The album hit number ten on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts. The single “More Than Words” hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

CD Track Listings:

1. Decadence Dance (6:49)
2. Li’l Jack Horny (4:51)
3. When I’m President (4:21)
4. Get The Funk Out (4:24)
5. More Than Words (5:34)
6. Money (In God We Trust) (4:11)
7. It (‘s A Monster) (4:24)
8. Pornograffitti (6:16)
9. When I First Kissed You (4:00)
10. Suzi (Wants Her All Day What?) (3:38)
11. He-Man Woman Hater (6:20)
12. Song For Love (5:55)
13. Hole Hearted (3:39)

EXTREME LIVE ALBUMS

Take Us Alive

Released 2010

CD Track Listings:

1. Decadence Dance (8:12)
2. Comfortably Dumb (5:23)
3. Rest In Peace (5:21)
4. It (‘S A Monster) (5:29)
5. Star (5:42)
6. Tell Me Something I Don’t Know (7:58)
7. Medley: Kid Ego / Little Girls / Teacher’s Pet (6:00)
8. Play With Me (9:06)
9. Midnight Express (4:10)
10. More Than Words (7:26)
11. Ghost (4:51)
12. Cupid’s Dead (6:58)
13. Take Us Alive (6:04)
14. Flight Of The Wounded Bumblebee (1:51)
15. Get The Funk Out (7:37)
16. Am I Ever Gonna Change? (6:57)
17. Hole Hearted (4:13)

EXTREME COMPILATION ALBUMS

The Best Of Extreme: An Accidental Collocation Of Atoms?

Released March 1998

CD Track Listings:

1. Decadence Dance (6:51)
2. Rest In Peace (6:04)
3. Kid Ego (4:04)
4. Get The Funk Out (4:25)
5. Tragic Comic (4:46)
6. Hip Today (4:42)
7. Stop The World (6:05)
8. More Than Words (5:36)
9. Cupid’s Dead (Horn Mix) (5:56)
10. Leave Me Alone (4:49)
11. Play With Me (3:31)
12. Hole-Hearted (3:41)
13. Am I Ever Gonna Change (6:58)

The Collection

Released 2002

CD Track Listings:

1. Mutha (Don’t Want To Go To School Today) (4:51)
2. Little Girls (3:46)
3. Kid Ego (4:02)
4. Wind Me Up (3:35)
5. When I’m President (4:42)
6. More Than Words (5:43)
7. It (‘S A Monster) (4:25)
8. Decadence Dance (6:49)
9. Hole Hearted (3:37)
10. Get The Funk Out (4:24)
11. Song For Love (5:54)
12. Cupid’s Dead (5:56)
13. Warheads (5:19)
14. Hip Today (4:40)
15. There Is No God (6:09)

The Best Of Extreme

Released 2002

CD Track Listings:

1. Kid Ego (4:03)
2. Decadence Dance (6:51)
3. More Than Words (5:36)
4. Hole Hearted (3:39)
5. Get The Funk Out (4:24)
6. Rest In Peace (6:02)
7. Stop The World (6:04)
8. Am I Ever Gonna Change (7:00)
9. Tragic Comic (4:46)
10. Hip Today (4:41)

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