Who Sang Strangers? 311

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Credits
publisher: ©DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
writers: Nicholas Hexum
release date: 1997-8-5
genres: Rock Reggae
styles: Alternative Rock/Funk Metal/Space Rock
length: 2:41
producer: Scott Ralston and 311
membranophone: Chad Sexton
vocal: S.A. Martinez and Nick Hexum
mixer: Scott Ralston
recording engineer: Scott Ralston
guitar: Tim Mahoney and Nick Hexum
percussion: Chad Sexton
programming: Chad Sexton and Nick Hexum
miscellaneous support: Wade Norton
additional percussion: Eric Correa
bass guitar: P-Nut
assistant mixer: John Ewing, Jr.
assistant recording engineer: John Ewing, Jr.
turntable: S.A. Martinez
Now I don't know you, you don't know me
But I can show you where's the beat
And you can do as you feel, as long as you move
Two perfect strangers sharing a groove

Suckers step up and want to cause friction
But violence is for those who can't handle diction
Competition is waning, circumnavigate the draining
Complaining about those who are steady maintaining the jam

Jump into the pit and just slam
Big respect goes out to those who can
Lose their **** once in a while
Act a fool just to mark time, yo, that's my style

And you can do as you feel, as long as you move
Two perfect strangers sharing a groove



Tracklist
HDCD 1
  • 0 Transistor Intro
  • 1 Transistor
  • 2 Prisoner
  • 3 Galaxy
  • 4 Beautiful Disaster
  • 5 Inner Light Spectrum
  • 6 Electricity
  • 7 What Was I Thinking
  • 8 Jupiter
  • 9 Use of Time
  • 10 The Continuous Life
  • 11 No Control
  • 12 Running
  • 13 Color
  • 14 Light Years
  • 15 Creature Feature
  • 16 Tune In
  • 17 Rub a Dub
  • 18 Starshines
  • 19 Strangers
  • 20 Borders
  • 21 Stealing Happy Hours