Album artwork for III Sides to Every Story  by Extreme

One of Boston’s biggest rock band of the 1990s were making new strides on October 10, 1992. Extreme entered the Billboard 200 chart with their third album, III Sides To Every Story, a record that came to be their last in their original four-piece line-up, and their most recent visit to the Top 10 of the US album chart. After some initial success with a self-titled debut set for A&M in 1989, the band truly made the grade with 1990’s Extreme II: Pornograffitti (the double “t” spelling of graffiti being their own). Central to that success was their emergence on pop radio with the uncharacteristically soft ballad “More Than Words,” which topped the Hot 100 and became an international hit. It was followed by further Top 5 singles success with “Hole Hearted.” III Sides To Every Story contained no such crossovers, with both “Rest In Peace” and “Stop The World” making only the bottom rungs of the US chart. But to emphasise what a force Extreme had become, the album nevertheless repeated the No.10 peak of its predecessor, turning gold in a 23-week chart run.

Extreme

III Sides to Every Story

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for III Sides to Every Story  by Extreme
LPx2

£39.99

Double 180 Gram Vinyl.

Black
Released 20/10/2023Catalogue Number

MOVLP1387B

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Extreme

III Sides to Every Story

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for III Sides to Every Story  by Extreme
LPx2

£39.99

Double 180 Gram Vinyl.

Black
Released 20/10/2023Catalogue Number

MOVLP1387B

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

One of Boston’s biggest rock band of the 1990s were making new strides on October 10, 1992. Extreme entered the Billboard 200 chart with their third album, III Sides To Every Story, a record that came to be their last in their original four-piece line-up, and their most recent visit to the Top 10 of the US album chart. After some initial success with a self-titled debut set for A&M in 1989, the band truly made the grade with 1990’s Extreme II: Pornograffitti (the double “t” spelling of graffiti being their own). Central to that success was their emergence on pop radio with the uncharacteristically soft ballad “More Than Words,” which topped the Hot 100 and became an international hit. It was followed by further Top 5 singles success with “Hole Hearted.” III Sides To Every Story contained no such crossovers, with both “Rest In Peace” and “Stop The World” making only the bottom rungs of the US chart. But to emphasise what a force Extreme had become, the album nevertheless repeated the No.10 peak of its predecessor, turning gold in a 23-week chart run.