Who Sang Number One? Deep Blue Something

Deep Blue Something Deep Blue Something cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2001-5-22
Genre: Rock
Style: Pop Rock/Alternative Rock
length: 3:48
producer: Deep Blue Something
guest violin: Alan Umstead, Peter Hyrka, David Angel and Cate Myer
vocal: Todd Pipes, Clay Bergus and Toby Pipes
mixer: Tim Palmer, Jim Ebert and Chris Sheldon
engineer: David Leonard, Joe Chiccarelli, David Thoener and Jason Carmer
guest keyboard: Jeff Whittington
guest cello: Ron de la Vega and Gary Tussing
guitar: Toby Pipes and Clay Bergus
guest trumpet: Randy Burgeson
percussion: John Kirtland
guest percussion: Paulinho da Costa
guest trombone: Jeff Roe
drums (drum set): John Kirtland
bass guitar: Todd Pipes
guest baritone saxophone: Dave Monsch
assistant engineer: Robert Manning, Matt Silva, Deep Blue Something, Glenn Spinner and Bobby Torres
arranger: Peter Hyrka and Jeff Roe
Some other versions of "Number One"

This is great
we will learn from our mistake
don't feel ashamed cuz you're not the same
"well yes - I cried...
almost every night"
I guess that's it I'll say goodbye

by the way
did you call me for some reason?
just to say - hey
or you're the number one

well alright
I said that suits me just fine
but I can't say that I'm glad you called
in fact you call is at the worst time of all
and she told me to tell you hey

oh, by the way...

we're ok
we will find a way
take a flight and make the coast
we'll change our name
and we will play the game
we will invent a brand new note

CD 1
  • 1 Military Man
  • 2 So Precious
  • 3 She Is
  • 4 Burning a Past
  • 5 Higher
  • 6 Number One
  • 7 Hell in Itself
  • 8 Who Wants It
  • 9 Focus
  • 10 Parkbench
  • 11 Page Me Wolverine
  • 12 Enough to Get By
  • 13 Beautiful Nightmare

  • Release information
    label: Aezra
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 757667060228
    script: Latin