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Download links and information about Invented by Jimmy Eat World. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 50:54 minutes.

Artist: Jimmy Eat World
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 50:54
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No. Title Length
1. Heart Is Hard to Find 3:18
2. My Best Theory 3:23
3. Evidence 4:41
4. Higher Devotion 3:02
5. Movielike 3:47
6. Coffee and Cigarettes 3:45
7. Stop 3:34
8. Littlething 4:09
9. Cut 4:57
10. Action Needs an Audience 2:40
11. Invented 7:07
12. Mixtape 6:31



The young earnest voices of emo pioneers Jimmy Eat World have turned older and wiser. Dreams have become reminders of paths not chosen and the younger generation is taking over. “Heart Is Hard To Find” begins on a tentative note, singer Jim Adkins waking up on the wrong side of the bed, with a sweet mid-tempo tune in his head. “My Best Theory” wakes up the band, but it’s without the old reckless abandon. “Evidence” continues to sound like a latter-day Replacements album where life had given the songs new shapes. “Coffee and Cigarettes” is more working-class grinding. “Action Needs an Audience” bounces with harmonies and an allegiance to power pop. The title track is an acoustic-derived ballad with roughed-up lead voices and sweet backing vocals. The band that once stood for youth and boundless energy are now comfortable playing in the old man’s bar where a new audience (or the old audience similarly aged) can relate. The Deluxe Edition includes an acoustic version of “Coffee and Cigarettes” and a jacked-up rocker, “Precision Auto,” that’s louder than most anything on the album proper.