Potter's Field


Potter's Field

Potter's Field

Potter's Field
Álbum de 12 Stones
Publicación 24 de agosto, 2004
Género(s) Rock alternativo,post-grunge
Duración 42:34
Discográfica Wind-up Records
Productor(es) Dave Fortman
Calificaciones profesionales

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Cronología de 12 Stones

12 Stones

Potter's Field

Anthem for the Underdog

Potter's Field es el segundo álbum de estudio de la banda de rock estadounidense 12 Stones, lanzado el 24 de agosto de 2004. Alcanza el número 29 en la Billboard 200 y vendió, hasta febrero de 2009, 415,583 copias en Estados Unidos.

Lista de canciones

Todas las letras son de: Paul McCoy, Eric Weaver, Greg Trammell, Aaron Gainer y Kevin Dorr

  1. "Shadows" – 3:45
  2. "The Last Song" – 3:25
  3. "Far Away" – 3:21
  4. "Speak Your Mind" – 4:02
  5. "Lifeless" – 3:42
  6. "Bitter" – 3:34
  7. "Photograph" – 3:58
  8. "3 Leaf Loser" – 4:37
  9. "Stay" – 4:30
  10. "Waiting for Yesterday" – 3:51
  11. "In Closing" – 3:59

Sencillos

  1. "Far Away"
  2. "Photograph"
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  • Potter's field — Potter Pot ter, n. [Cf. F. potier.] 1. One whose occupation is to make earthen vessels. Ps. ii. 9. [1913 Webster] The potter heard, and stopped his wheel. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] 2. One who hawks crockery or earthenware. [Prov. Eng.] De… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • potter's field — ☆ potter s field n. [< a burial place for strangers in Jerusalem (Matt. 27:7), ? orig. a potter s field ] a burial ground for paupers or unknown persons …   English World dictionary

  • Potter's field — A potter s field was an American term for a place for the burial of unknown or indigent people. The expression derives from the Bible, referring to a field used for the extraction of potter s clay, which was useless for agriculture but could be… …   Wikipedia

  • potter's field — noun Etymology: from the mention in Matthew 27:7 of the purchase of a potter s field for use as a graveyard Date: 1777 a public burial place for paupers, unknown persons, and criminals …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Potter's Field — A cemetery for foreigners near Jerusalem, bought with the thirty pieces of silver which had been given by the priests to Judas as a reward for betraying Jesus and which he threw back at them when he realized that what he had done was… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • potter's field — noun A public place where strangers, paupers, and criminals are buried. The despised pauper, most likely a foreigner, when his spirit has gone to its final resting place, is probably carried to the Potters Field …   Wiktionary

  • potter's field — pot′ter s field′ n. (sometimes caps.) bib a burial place for unidentified persons and the poor. Matt. 27:7 • Etymology: 1526 (Tindale) …   From formal English to slang

  • potter's field — (sometimes caps.) a piece of ground reserved as a burial place for strangers and the friendless poor. Matt. 27:7. [1520 30] * * * …   Universalium

  • potter's field — noun historical a burial place for paupers and strangers. Origin the name of a piece of land near Jerusalem bought for this purpose with the money given to Judas Iscariot for betraying Jesus (Matt. 27:7) …   English new terms dictionary

  • potter's field — /pɒtəz ˈfild/ (say potuhz feeld) noun a piece of ground reserved as a burial place for strangers and the friendless poor …   Australian English dictionary