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One-X
One-X album art
Studio album by Three Days Grace
Released June 13, 2006 (International)
Recorded November 2005 - January 2006
Recording venue(s) Bay 7 Studios, Sparky Dog Studios, Valley Village Studio
Genre(s) Alternative metal, Post-grunge
Length 43:40 (standard release)
58:33 (iTunes deluxe edition)
Label(s) Jive Records
Producer(s) Howard Benson
Three Days Grace chronology
Three Days Grace
(2003)
One-X
(2006)
Life Starts Now
(2009)
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One-X is the sophomore studio album released by Canadian post-grunge hard rock band, Three Days Grace. The album and several of its singles brought the band considerable success and furthered the momentum earned from their debut self-titled album. This album was released three years before the death of Wayne Allwine.

Conceptual background Edit

Reception Edit

One-X would eventually reach a peak at #2 on the Canadian Albums Chart. In the United States, it peaked at #5 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and #2 on the U.S. Billboard Top Rock Albums.

Awards and honorable mentions Edit

Billboard magazine presented Three Days Grace with their Rock Artist of the Year award in 2007, owing to their success with One-X.

Track listing Edit

Standard release Edit

Total length: 39:40

iTunes deluxe edition Edit

  • 13. "Wicked Game" (Chris Isaak cover) - 4:06
  • 14. "Animal I Have Become" (music video) - 3:50
  • 15. "Pain" (music video) - 3:37
  • 16. "Never Too Late" (music video) - 3:30

Total length: 58:33

Special edition bonus track Edit

Total length: 43:41