Between February 23, and March 7, 2009 Jimmy Eat World embarked on a 10 show tour for the tenth anniversary of their album Clarity.
The Clarity x10 tour featured all of the songs, in order, from the 1999 release Clarity, played back to back.
The second single from Chase This Light is the track Always Be.
Their album Chase This Light has sold 164,000 copies in the US.
Their first single off the album Chase the Lights was Big Casino.
Their album Chase the Lights debuted at number five on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling about 62,000 copies in its first week
An alternate version of their song Lucky Denver Mint was on the soundtrack for Never been Kissed.
They wrote their song The Middle after bring dropped from Capitol Records.
The band's first single was Call it in the Air.
These are all the EP's they have released.
One, Two, Three, Four-1994
Jimmy Eat World EP-1998
Good to Go EP-2002
Stay On My Side Tonight-2005
In 1994, they released their first EP called One, Two, Three, Four.
Their fifth album Futures was released on October 19, 2004.
In 2005, they toured with Taking Back Sunday and Green Day.
Jimmy Eat World was released by Capitol Records because of low record sales.
The band has toured with Weezer and Tenacious D.
In 2002, they were apart of the Warped Tour.
Their album Futures was certified Gold by the RIAA.
Their song Pain was on the soundtrack for Tony Hawk's Underground 2.
Their album Bleed American was certified Platinum by the RIAA.
Their album Static Prevails only sold 10,000 copies.
Full Album Discography
Jimmy Eat World - 1994
Static Prevails - 1996
Clarity - 1999
Bleed American - 2001
Futures - 2004
Chase This Light-2007
Their song Sweetness was on the soundtrack for NHL 2003.
They are an alternative rock band.
On August 13, 2005, they shared the stage with Green Day in Rochester, N.Y.
Jimmy is Linton's younger brother, who had a weight problem. Adkins' younger brother drew a picture on Jimmy's door of him putting a globe in his mouth, and wrote on it Jimmy Eat World. That's how they got their name.
Jimmy Eat World being dumped by their record label in 1999 may have been the best thing that ever happened to these guys since then they have broken through to the mainstream.
Jim Adkins submitted a song for the Canadian band Simple Plan. It was never used by that band, so Jimmy Eat World recorded the song "Jen" during the Futures sessions. It was also not officially released.
Jimmy Eat World started out around 1994. Initially Tom Linton did the majority of vocals, and Mitch Porter played the bass.