Does This Look Infected?

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Does This Look Infected?
Studio album by Sum 41
Released November 26, 2002
Recorded Summer 2002 at Avatar Studios in New York City
Genre Punk rock
Length 31:14
39:18 (UK edition)
Language English
Label Aquarius (Canada)
Island/Mercury (US)
Producer Greig Nori
Sum 41 chronology
All Killer, No Filler
(2001)
Does This Look Infected?
(2002)
Chuck
(2004)

Does This Look Infected? is the second studio album by Canadian punk rock band, Sum 41. Does This Look Infected? was released on November 26, 2002. It's more heavy and less poppy than "All Killer, No Filler.

The album featured the singles "Still Waiting", "The Hell Song" and "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)". It is the only Sum 41 album that has a parental advisory sticker on it. Drummer Steve Jocz is featured on the cover dressed as a zombie. The band said on the DVD Sake Bombs And Happy Endings that the song title "A.N.I.C." stood for Anna Nicole is a Cunt. The band stopped including the song in their live performances after Smith died.

Songs[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "The Hell Song"    
2. "Over My Head (Better Off Dead)"    
3. "My Direction"    
4. "Still Waiting"    
5. "A.N.I.C."    
6. "No Brains"    
7. "All Messed Up"    
8. "Mr. Amsterdam"    
9. "Thanks for Nothing"    
10. "Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condroid"    
11. "Billy Spleen"    
12. "Hooch"    

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