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"Innervision"
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Single by System of a Down
from the album Steal This Album!
Released October 2002
Format CD
Recorded 2002
Genre Alternative metal
Length 2:35
Label American/Columbia
Songwriter(s) Serj Tankian, Daron Malakian
Producer(s) Rick Rubin, Daron Malakian
System of a Down singles chronology
"Aerials"
(2002)
"Innervision"
(2002)
"Boom!"
(2003)
"Aerials"
(2002)
"Innervision"
(2002)
"Boom!"
(2003)

"Innervision" is a song by Armenian American rock band System of a Down. It was released as a promo sampler single and was played on radio stations. The song is from the Steal This Album! record.

Overview[edit]

This single is the only single released from Steal This Album! to be non-airplay only. As in the case with most songs from Steal This Album, it has only been played live on very few occasions (with the exception of the 2011-2012 Reunion Tour).

The song was leaked prior to the album's release, although it was not included in the Toxicity II bootleg, rather than being leaked in a separate way. The origin of the leak is unknown. The leaked version features a slightly different arrangement and lyrics, most predominantly in the bridge and second verse where layered vocals are used on the album version.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Innervision 2:35

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 7
US Alternative Songs (Billboard)[1] 14
US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)[2] 12

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External links[edit]

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