Gold Medal

Gold Medal

Infobox Album
Name = Gold Medal
Type = studio
Artist = The Donnas

Released = October 26, 2004
Recorded =
Genre = Hard rock
Length = 36:32
Label = Atlantic
Producer = Butch Walker
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link]
*"Rolling Stone" Rating|3.5|5 [ 11/11/2004]
Last album = "Spend the Night"
This album = "Gold Medal"
Next album = "Bitchin'"

"Gold Medal" is an album by American band The Donnas, released in 2004 (see 2004 in music). It was one of the first albums released in the DualDisc format, but was recalled due to a mastering error which resulted in the final track being partially omitted from the CD side of the album. [ [ DVD-Audio News: DualDisc Off to a Shaky Start as Donnas Album is Withdrawn [HFR ] ] The DualDisc version of the album came with a black velvet limited edition cover slip and the music video for "Fall Behind Me" on the DVD side.

Their single, "Fall Behind Me", was featured as the background song for the new 2006 Nissan Xterra and 2006 U.S. Women's Olympic Snowboarding Team TV commercials.

Track listing

#"I Don't Want to Know (If You Don't Want Me)" – 3:47
#"Friends Like Mine" – 3:38
#"Don't Break Me Down" – 3:31
#"Fall Behind Me" – 3:23
#"Is That All You've Got for Me" – 3:00
#"It's So Hard" – 2:20
#"The Gold Medal" – 2:13
#"Out of My Hands" – 2:47
#"It Takes One to Know One" – 2:58
#"Revolver" – 3:30
#"Have You No Pride" – 5:25
#"Don't Break Me Down" (acoustic version) (Japanese bonus track)
#"Fall Behind Me" (CD-ROM track)

On the bonus DVD of the album, there is a hidden track called "Lost and Found".





*"Fall Behind Me", released in October 2004.
**United States: Premiered on the Los Angeles, California station KROQ and other stations.
**United Kingdom: Premiered on BBC Radio 1 and other stations.
*"I Don't Want to Know (If You Don't Want Me)", released in January 2005.


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