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My Own Summer (Shove It)

"My Own Summer (Shove It)"
Single by Deftones
from the album Around the Fur
Released December 22, 1997
Format CD single,
Vinyl
Recorded 1997 at Studio Litho in Seattle, Washington
Genre
Length 3:35
Label Maverick
(WO32CDX) (Part 1)
(WO32CD) (Part 2)
Writer(s) Deftones
Producer(s) Terry Date
Deftones singles chronology
"Bored"
(1995)
"My Own Summer (Shove It)"
(1997)
"Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)"
(1998)
Alternative cover
Part 2 cover

"My Own Summer (Shove It)" is a single by Sacramento, California-based alternative metal band Deftones; their first to be taken from the album Around the Fur. It was released in 1997 by Maverick Records. It was Deftones' first charting single, reaching number 29 in the UK Singles Chart.[3] A version of the song was featured on the soundtrack of The Matrix.

Contents

  • Video 1
  • Track listing 2
  • Cover versions 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Video

The video, directed by Dean Karr,[4] begins with a clip of a cage falling into the sea, blood seeping out of it into the surrounding waters. It then moves to footage of the band playing on a set of floating anti-shark cages. Eventually, a shark appears and is seen to be eating a piece of meat, presumably the contents of the cage. At the end of the video, Moreno falls into the water and the video fades out.

On the B-Sides & Rarities DVD, there is an interview with Moreno that takes place during the filming of the video.

Track listing

All tracks written by Deftones. All lyrics by Chino Moreno, except "My Own Summer (Shove It)" and "Lotion", by Chino Moreno and Deftones.

Disc one
  1. "My Own Summer (Shove It)" – 3:35
  2. "Lotion (Live)" – 3:54
  3. "Fireal — Swords (Live)" – 6:23
  4. "Bored (Live)" – 5:17
Disc two
  1. "My Own Summer (Shove It)" – 3:35
  2. "Root (Live)" – 4:36
  3. "Nosebleed (Live)" – 4:23
  4. "Lifter (Live)" – 4:49

The live tracks on both CDs were recorded live at the Melkweg, Amsterdam, on October 13, 1997.[5][6]

The song was made available to download on October 26, 2010 for use in the Rock Band 3 music gaming platform in both Basic rhythm, and notably PRO mode which allows use of a real guitar / bass guitar, and MIDI compatible electronic drum kits / keyboards in addition to three-part harmony or backup vocals.[7][8]

Cover versions

The following bands and musicians from worldwide performed this song, including Atreyu (from the Covers of the Damned EP), Linkin Park, Fightstar, and Muse.

References

  1. ^ Unterberger, Andrew (September 10, 2004). "Top Ten Nu-Metal Bands". Stylus magazine. Archived from the original on October 9, 2004. Retrieved September 25, 2014. 
  2. ^ Chonin, Neva (August 10, 2000). "The Friendly Side of Rap-Metal / Hard-core Deftones show a lot of soul".  
  3. ^ "UK Singles Top 75 - Music Charts". Navigate to appropriate week. acharts.us. Retrieved 2007-12-23. 
  4. ^ B-Sides & Rarities liner notes.
  5. ^ "My Own Summer (Shove It)" [Disc one] liner notes.
  6. ^ "My Own Summer (Shove It)" [Disc two] liner notes.
  7. ^ Walker, Richard (2010-07-02). "Rock Band 3 DLC Revealed - Already".  
  8. ^ Snider, Mike (2010-06-10). "Rock Band 3: What's New, What's Notable".  

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