Jimmy Eat World (1994 Album)
Jimmy Eat World is the debut album by Jimmy Eat World. It was released in 1994 on Wooden Blue Records and displays their early sound with Tom Linton singing lead on most of the songs on this album. The one song on this album that is sung by current primary vocalist Jim Adkins is "Usery". Jimmy Eat World is currently out of print. The album cover is an old picture of Linton's younger brothers Jim and Ed, from whom the band's name originated.
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