The Drug in Me Is You

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The Drug in Me Is You
Studio album by Falling in Reverse
Released July 26, 2011
Recorded December 2010-February 2011 in Orlando, Florida
Genre Post-hardcore, metalcore, pop punk
Length 45:45
Language English
Label Epitaph Records
Producer Michael Baskette
Singles from The Drug in Me Is You
  1. "Raised by Wolves"
    Released: June 7, 2011
  2. "The Drug in Me Is You"
    Released: June 28, 2011

The Drug in Me Is You is the debut album of the post-hardcore band Falling in Reverse, released July 26, 2011. The album was produced for Michael Baskette, recorder in Orlando, Florida, by Epitaph Records.

The song "Raised by Wolves" was released in May 28, and officially released June 7. The music video from "The Drug in Me Is You" was released June 28.

The album sold 20.000 copies in the first week.[1]

Tracklist[change | edit source]

  1. "Raised by Wolves" - 3:23
  2. "Tragic Magic" - 4:06
  3. "The Drug in Me Is You" - 3:38
  4. "I'm Not a Vampire" - 3:51
  5. "Good Girls Bad Guys" - 3:15
  6. "Pick Up The Phone" - 4:37
  7. "Don't Mess with Ouija Boards" - 4:55
  8. "Sink or Swim" - 4:45
  9. "Caught Like a Fly" - 4:36
  10. "Goodbye Graceful" - 4:48
  11. "The Westerner" - 3:51

Personnel[change | edit source]

Band
  • Ronnie Radke - lead vocals
  • Jacky Vincent - lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Derek Jones - rhythm guitar
  • Nason Schoeffler - bass, backing vocals
  • Scott Gee - drums
Production
  • Jef Moll - digital editing
  • Dave Holdredge - engineer, mixing
  • Michael "Elvis" Baskette - production, mastering
  • Matt Grayson - band photo
  • Nick Pritchard - design, artwork
  • Kevin Thomas - assistant engineer
  • Devin Taylor - artwork girl
Additional musicians
  • Ryan Ross - drums, composer, rhythm guitar (On Raised by Wolves, Don't Mess With Ouija Boards and Goodbye Graceful)
  • Michael "Elvis" Baskette - keyboards, composer
  • Omar Espinosa - composer (On Don't Mess With Ouija Boards and Goodbye Graceful)
  • Dave Holdredge - synths, programming, composer, vocals
  • Jeff Moll - vocals

Charts[change | edit source]

Daily charts[change | edit source]

Chart (2011) Peak position
iTunes Australian Albums Chart[2] 10
iTunes Canadian Albums Chart[3] 10
iTunes UK Albums Chart[4] 64
iTunes US Albums Chart[5] 7

Weekly charts[change | edit source]

Chart (2011) Peak position
Australia iTunes Top 10 Rock Albums Chart 2
Canada iTunes Top 10 Rock Albums Chart 1
UK iTunes Top 10 Rock Albums Chart 6
US iTunes Top 10 Rock Albums Chart 1

References[change | edit source]

  1. Perez Hilton Staff (27 July 2011). "Watch Out, Kelly Rowland! Eric Church Set For #1 Spot On The Charts This Week!". Perez Hilton. http://perezhilton.com/2011-07-27-eric-church-set-for-number-one-spot-on-music-charts-ahead-of-kelly-rowland. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
  2. "Falling In Reverse - 'The Drug In Me Is You'. Australian Chart Performance". Apple Inc.. http://www.itunescharts.net/aus/artists/music/falling-in-reverse/albums/the-drug-in-me-is-you/. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  3. "Falling In Reverse - 'The Drug In Me Is You'. Canadian Chart Performance". Apple Inc.. http://www.itunescharts.net/can/artists/music/falling-in-reverse/albums/the-drug-in-me-is-you/. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  4. "Falling In Reverse - 'The Drug In Me Is You'. British Chart Performance". Apple Inc.. http://www.itunescharts.net/uk/artists/music/falling-in-reverse/albums/the-drug-in-me-is-you/. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  5. "Falling In Reverse - 'The Drug In Me Is You'. American Chart Performance". Apple Inc.. http://www.itunescharts.net/us/artists/music/falling-in-reverse/albums/the-drug-in-me-is-you/. Retrieved 30 July 2011.