Third Eye Blind Albums Ranked

Third Eye Blind Albums

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Our Third Eye Blind albums ranked list looks back at the studio albums of a very successful 90s and 2000s band from San Francisco, California, who had a smashing debut album. The group turned many heads when they first arrived on the scene with their stunning debut record in 1997. The album was filled with catchy pop rock singles that turned on many rock fans young and old to the band. The group would release a series of albums over the next couple of decades with often long gaps in between records. However, their huge success when they first arrived on the scene had helped them capture a loyal audience that would look forward to every Third Eye Blind album release.

# 7 – Dopamine

Released June 16, 2015

We open up our Third Eye Blind Ranked albums list with the band’s fifth album entitled Dopamine. The album featured Stephan Jenkins on vocals, Kryz Reid on guitar, Alex LeCavalier on bass, Alex Kopp on keyboards, and Brad Hargreaves on drums. The band covered a Beyonce song on the album entitled “Mine.” The album’s lead single was also the record’s opening track entitled “Everything Is Easy.” This was a good one.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Everything Is Easy”
  2. “Shipboard Cook”
  3. “All the Souls”
  4. “Dopamine”
  5. “Rites of Passage”
  6. “Back to Zero”
  7. “Something in You”
  8. “Get Me Out of Here”
  9. “Blade”
  10. “All These Things”
  11. “Exiles”
  12. “Say It”

# 6 – Screamer

Released October 18, 2019

Continuing with our Third Eye Blind albums ranked list we turn to the group’s sixth album titled Screamer. Fans had thought they would never see another Third Eye Blind album again after Stephen Jenkins comments about the band. Nonetheless, the group returned in 2019 with a fantastic album that also saw four single releases from the record.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Screamer”
  2. “The Kids Are Coming (To Take You Down)”
  3. “Ways”
  4. “Tropic Scorpio”
  5. “Walk Like Kings”
  6. “Turn Me On”
  7. “Got So High”
  8. “Who Am I”
  9. “Light It Up”
  10. “2X Tigers”
  11. “Take a Side”
  12. “Who Am I”

# 5 – Out of the Vein

Released May 13, 2003

The LP Out Of The Veins was a definite fan favorite of the fans of the band. It was the group’s third album. It contained the smoking track “Blinded.” The album featured a new guitarist in Tony Fredianelli. The lp also featured a guest appearance by Vanessa Carlton. The album hit number twelve on the Billboard Top 200 albums charts.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Faster” – 3:32
  2. “Blinded” – 4:22
  3. “Forget Myself” – 4:13
  4. “Danger” – 3:12
  5. “Crystal Baller” – 4:15
  6. “My Hit and Run” – 4:22
  7. “Misfits” – 4:19
  8. “Can’t Get Away” – 3:46
  9. “Wake for Young Souls” – 4:37
  10. “Palm Reader” – 4:54
  11. “Self Righteous” – 6:18
  12. “Company” – 3:54
  13. “Good Man” / “Another Life” – 9:24
  14. “My Time in Exile” ) – 3:17

# 4 – Our Bande Apart

Released September 24, 2021

The band’s most recent album is actually one of their best. It’s filled with startling pop hooks and rocking riffs that makes this one a great joy to listen too. The album features Stephan Jenkins on vocals, guitar, and drums, Kryz Reid on guitar, Alex LeCavalier on bass, Colin Creev on keyboards, and Brad Hargreaves on drums.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Goodbye to the Days of Ladies and Gentlemen”
  2. “Box of Bones”
  3. “Again”
  4. “Silverlake Neophyte”
  5. “Dust Storm”
  6. “The Dying Blood”
  7. “Funeral Singers”
  8. “To the Sea”
  9. “Time in Berlin “

# 3 – Ursa Major

Released August 18, 2009

The band had not released an album in six years and so fans were very happy to receive a new Third Eye Blind album. They were so happy that they helped the band achieve their highest charting album of their career. The album Ursa Major hit number three on the US Billboard Top 200 album charts. “Don’t Believe a Word” was the only single released form the group’s fourth album.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Can You Take Me”
  2. “Don’t Believe a Word”
  3. “Bonfire”
  4. “Sharp Knife”
  5. “One in Ten”
  6. “About to Break”
  7. “Summer Town”
  8. “Why Can’t You Be”
  9. “Water Landing”
  10. “Dao of St. Paul”
  11. Monotov’s Private Opera”
  12. “Carnival Barker” (instrumental)

# 2- Blue

Released November 23, 1999

Third Eye Blind’s second album was also a pretty killer record. It was not as successful as their first album, but it does stand as the band’s second most successful commercial record release. The album featured Stephan Jenkins on lead vocals, Kevin Cadogan on lead guitar, Arion Salazar on bass guitar, and Brad Hargreaves on drums. Four singles were released from the album including “Anything” released on November 2, 1999, “Never Let You Go” released on January 4, 2000, “10 Days Late” released on April 11, 2000, and “Deep Inside of You” released on July 11, 2000.

CD Track Listings:

  1. Anything” – 1:59
  2. Wounded” – 4:51
  3. “10 Days Late”  – 3:05
  4. Never Let You Go” – 3:57
  5. “Deep Inside of You” – 4:10
  6. “1000 Julys”  – 3:53
  7. “An Ode to Maybe” – 2:36
  8. “The Red Summer Sun”  – 5:25
  9. “Camouflage”  – 4:35
  10. “Farther” – 4:01
  11. Slow Motion” – 5:07
  12. “Darkness”  – 5:47
  13. “Darwin” – 8:32
  14. “New Girl” – 2:14

# 1 – Third Eye Blind

We close out our Third Eye Blind albums ranked list witb the band’s debut album entitled Third Eye Blind. The album was a monster hit selling six million copies worldwide. It was their highest charting album as it reached number twenty five on the US Billboard Top 200 albums charts. The album featured Stephan Jenkins on lead vocals, Kevin Cadogan on lead guitar, Arion Salazar on bass guitar, and Brad Hargreaves on drums. Five singles were released from the album including “Semi-Charmed Life”
released on February 18, 1997,
“Graduate” released in August 1997,  “How’s It Going to Be” released on October 21, 1997, “Losing a Whole Year” released on March 1998 and there famed song “Jumper” released on September 8, 1998.

  1. “Losing a Whole Year” – 3:21
  2. “Narcolepsy”  – 3:49
  3. “Semi-Charmed Life” – 4:29
  4. “Jumper”  – 4:33
  5. “Graduate” – 3:10
  6. “How’s It Going to Be” – 4:14
  7. Thanks a Lot”  – 4:58
  8. Burning Man”  – 3:00
  9. Good for You” – 3:52
  10. London”  – 3:07
  11. I Want You” – 4:29
  12. The Background” – 4:57
  13. Motorcycle Drive By” – 4:23
  14. God of Wine”  – 5:18
  15. Tattoo of the Sun

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