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America's Volume Dealer
America's Volume Dealer
Album info
ReleaseSeptember 26, 2000
Recorded1999-2000
GenreStoner metal
Length45:48
LabelSanctuary
ProducerJohn Custer

America's Volume Dealer is the sixth album by Corrosion of Conformity and was released September 26, 2000. This was the last album to feature longtime drummer Reed Mullin for 9 years until his return in 2010.

Track listingEdit

All lyrics written by Pepper Keenan, except where noted., all music composed by Corrosion of Conformity.
No. TitleLyrics Length
1. "Over Me"    4:19
2. "Congratulations Song"    3:20
3. "Stare Too Long"    4:56
4. "Diablo Blvd."    3:28
5. "Doublewide"    4:15
6. "Zippo"    4:28
7. "Who's Got the Fire"    3:16
8. "Sleeping Martyr"    4:59
9. "Take What You Want"  Custer, Keenan 3:30
10. "13 Angels"    6:35
11. "Gittin' It On"    2:35

PersonnelEdit

Corrosion of ConformityEdit

Additional personnelEdit

SinglesEdit

Year Single Chart Position
2000 "Congratulations Song" Mainstream Rock Tracks 24

ReleasesEdit

  • 2000 CD Sanctuary 84500
  • 2000 CS Sanctuary 84500
  • 2002 DVA Silverline 288089 (DualDisc)

ReferencesEdit

Corrosion of Conformity
Woody WeathermanMike DeanReed Mullin
Pepper Keenan • Karl Agell • Phil SwisherSimon Bob Sinister • Eric Eycke • Benji Shelton • Robert Stewart • Jason Patterson
Corrosion of Conformity Discography
Albums: Eye for an EyeAnimosityBlindWisebloodAmerica's Volume DealerIn the Arms of GodCorrosion of ConformityIX
EPs: TechnocracySix Songs With Mike SingingMegalodon
Live albums: Live Volume
Singles: "Vote with a Bullet" • "Dance of the Dead" • "Albatross" • "Clean My Wounds" • "Drowning in a Daydream" • "Congratulations Song"' • "In the Arms of God" • "Stonebreaker" • "Your Tomorrow (Parts 1 and 2)" • "The Doom"

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