Bringing Down The Horse

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Release date
19 Mar 2001
Running length
11 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 One Headlight 5:13 410,534
2 6th Avenue Heartache 5:37 150,342
3 Bleeders 3:41 79,741
4 Three Marlenas 4:59 111,149
5 The Difference 3:50 112,800
6 Invisible City 4:47 67,990
7 Laughing Out Loud 3:39 69,974
8 Josephine 5:09 71,284
9 God Don't Make Lonely Girls 4:48 51,500
10 Angel On My Bike 4:21 54,247
11 I Wish I Felt Nothing 5:02 48,650

About this album

Bringing Down the Horse is the second album of The Wallflowers, which was released in 1996. It contains hits such as “One Headlight,” “6th Avenue Heartache,” “Three Marlenas,” and “The Difference.” “One Headlight” was the band’s most popular single, reaching #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, and Adult top 40 charts. The Wallflowers commenced work on the album in 1994. The writing and recording process spanned two years and five California recording studios. The album was finished in early 1996. Bringing Down the Horse was one of the best-selling albums of 1997, when it went platinum four times that year. In December 1999, it was ranked number 86 on Billboard magazine’s end of decade charts

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