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Truant
Studio album by Alien Ant Farm
Released August 19, 2003
Recorded Febuary - April 2003
Genre Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal, Post-Grunge
Length 40:43
Language English
Label Dreamworks
Producer Dean Deleo, Robert Deleo
Alien Ant Farm chronology
Anthology
(2001)
Truant
(2003)
3rd Draft
(2005)
Truant, (stylized as truANT), is the second professional album by American rock band Alien Ant Farm. Dean and Robert Deleo from Temple Stone Pilots help produce this album.

SinglesEdit

The album only had two singles, "These Days" and "Glow". The video for "These Days" shows the bands playing a "surprise show" at the '03 BET Awards show. "Glow" shows the band playing in a room while all the supplies in the room, (such as a lamp or waffle iron), coming to life and sing along. A video for "Drifting Apart" is on YouTube and shows clips of the band performing and the band backstage.

Track listingEdit

  1. 1,000 Days
  2. Drifting Apart
  3. Quiet
  4. Glow
  5. These Days
  6. Sarah Wynn
  7. Never Meant
  8. Goodbye
  9. Tia Lupé
  10. Rubber Mallet
  11. S.S. Recognize
  12. Hope
  13. Words (UK Bonus Track)
  • S.S. Recognize and These Days Were originally from "Greatest Hits".

NotesEdit

"These Days" was on the video game Madden NFL 2004. "S.S. Recognize" papered in the sports game NHL 2004. This is the last AAF album to include Terry Corso on Guitar before he left during 2003.

PersonalEdit

Alien Ant Farm is:

  • Dryden Mitchell - Vocals
  • Terry Corso - Guitar
  • Tye Zamora - Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Mike Cosgrove - Drums

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