Lover's Leap USA

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Lover's Leap USA
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Studio album by Mark Eitzel
Released 1997
Label Self-released
Mark Eitzel chronology

60 Watt Silver Lining
(1996)
Lover's Leap USA
(1997)
West
(1997)

Lover's Leap USA is the fifth solo album by Mark Eitzel, self-released in a limited edition of 500 copies and sold on tour in 1997. A different version of "Sun Smog Seahorse" would resurface on Eitzel's next album, 1998's Caught In A Trap And I Can't Back Out 'Cause I Love You Too Much, Baby, while an alternate version of "Steve I Always Knew" would appear on 2001's The Invisible Man. "What Good Is Love" was re-recorded with Greek musicians for 2003's The Ugly American.

On many versions, the first 2 songs are listed as "First Song Sucks" and "Second Song Sucks", respectively. Alternate copies list track one as "Skip To Track 3" and two as "Skip Over To Track 3", while some had the actual titles of the songs.

Track listing

  1. "Have No Words"
  2. "The Big House"
  3. "Dream In Your Heart"
  4. "Lost My Humor"
  5. "How Will You Face Yourself In Sleep"
  6. "Lost And Lonely"
  7. "Pay It Back"
  8. "Leave Her Alone"
  9. "Steve I Always Knew"
  10. "Nice Nice Nice"
  11. "Your Glass Jaw"
  12. "What Good Is Love"
  13. "Sun Smog Seahorse"

References