Album: This One Is For You
This One Is For You
Studio Album by Negative Zero
Released April 1, 2008
Recorded 2007
Genre Alternative rock, Post-grunge, Hard rock
Length 46:11
Label Virgin Records
Producer Howard Benson

This One Is For You is the third album by Seattle band Negative Zero, and was released on April 1, 2008.

Album Information

The first single from it, "So Happy" was released to radio on February 11 and can be listened to on their MySpace page while "By The Way" and "Bad Girlfriend" were released on the band's official website on March 10, 2008. "All or Nothing" was released on June 2 as a single for adult and Hot AC radio. Robin Diaz, Chris Daughtry, and Brent Smith guest star on the album. The band confirmed on May 14, 2008 that the next single to be released in the US and Canada was "Bad Girlfriend", on rock stations only. As of September 6, 2008, "Bad Girlfriend" is Negative Zero's first single to reach Number 1 on the Mainstream Rock Chart.

Track listing

# Title Length Song
1. So Happy (featuring Brent Smith) 4:11 Listen
2. By the Way (featuring Robin Diaz and Chris Daughtry) 3:35
3. Got It Made 3:14 Listen
4. Not Meant to Be 3:33 Listen
5. Crutch 3:16
6. All or Nothing 3:30 Listen
7. Heaven (Little by Little) 4:19
8. Bad Girlfriend 3:25 Listen
9. Hate My Life 3:10 Listen
10. Little Smirk 3:31
11. End of the Summer 3:30
12. Wait for Me 4:03 Listen
13. Sacrifice 2:54

iTunes, Zune and Amazon bonus tracks

# Title Length Song
14. Great Pretender 3:42
15. Shadow 3:48
16. So Happy (Acoustic) 4:10
17. Careless Whisper 5:04 Listen


Reviews for the album have been mixed. The album debuted at Number 10 on Billboard Top Rock Albums, Number 8 on Billboard Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums, Number 1 on Billboard Top Hard Rock albums, and Number 26 on the Billboard 200. The album has so far been more successful than the band's previous albums due to the popularity of all four singles "So Happy" "Bad Girlfriend", "Hate My Life", and "Not Meant to Be". On April 9, 2009 This Ones For You was certified Gold by the RIAA with sales reaching 500,000 copies in the U.S. alone.

Chart Positions

Chart (2008) Peak Position
U.S. Billboard 200 26
U.S. Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums 1
Canadian Albums Chart 2
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