Demolition is 13 tracks pulled from over five sessions during 2001 and 2002.
After sitting on stacks and stacks of tracks for over a year, the decision was
made to assemble a "greatest hits" from the unreleased songs, a retrospective of
a high-speed year in the life of a rising star ...of days between gigs
("Tennessee Sucks"), of matters of the spirit ("You Will Always Be The Same,"
"Hallelujah"), and mostly, of loves come and gone. The collection of songs on
Demolition marks the follow-up to the Lost Highway debut Gold, one of the ten
best albums of 2001, according to the Village Voice critics' poll, and numerous
national magazines across the country.
Following the success of Gold, in 2002 Adams released Demolition. A compilation of tracks from earlier recording sessions, Demolition included tracks which were recorded for but never included in his previous releases, including songs from the unreleased albums 48 Hours and The Suicide Handbook.
3. You Will Always Be The Same
5. Cry On Demand
6. Starting To Hurt
7. She Wants To Play Hearts
8. Tennessee Sucks
9. Dear Chicago
10. Gimme A Sign
12. Chin Up, Cheer Up
13. Jesus (Don't Touch My Baby)