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Praise (Sevendust song)

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Subject: Animosity (Sevendust album), Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004), Sevendust discography, Lauren Brooke (interviewer)
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Praise (Sevendust song)

Released 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal
Length 3:40
Label TVT
Writer(s) Clint Lowery
Morgan Rose
Sevendust singles chronology

"Licking Cream"
"Live Again"

"Praise" is the first single from Sevendust's 2001 release Animosity. The song also appears on their Best of (Chapter One 1997-2004) album. The songs music video was shot in Orlando, Florida, and directed by "Glen Bennett".[1] "Praise" peaked at number 15 on the Mainstream Rock chart and number 23 on the Modern Rock chart.[2]

Release history

Year Album Label Ref.
2001 Animosity TVT Records [3]
2001 Animosity (Bonus Track) Island Records [3]
2001 Animosity (China Bonus Tracks) Dream On [3]
2001 Animosity (Clean) TVT Records [3]
2001 Animosity (Clean Bonus Tracks) Universal Distribution [3]
2001 CMJ New Music, Vol. 98 CMJ [4]
2001 Promo Only: Modern Rock Radio (October 2001) Promo Only [5]
2002 Hip Hop & Hard Universal Distribution [3]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) TVT Records [3]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) (Clean) TVT Records [3]
2005 TVT: Best of Rock & Alternative TVT Records [3]


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