Waiting For A World War

Waiting For A World War is the debut album released by the indie rock band Dolour. The album was produced by Blake Wescott and Dolour. The artwork was done by Jesse LeDoux (who is now most known for his The Shins and Pedro The Lion album covers). "(No) Ordinary People" was featured on a 2001 episode of The Challenge (TV series), then called Real World/Road Rules Challenge.

Waiting For A World of War
Studio album by Dolour
Released April 17, 2001
Recorded July 2000 - September 2000
Genre Indie pop
Label Sonic Boom Records
Dolour chronology
Waiting For A World War
(2001)
Suburbiac (2002)
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