Editors’ Notes Early 311 tracks from 1993's Music and 1994's Grassroots, like the fuzzed-out rocker “Applied Science,” predate the band's mainstream breakthrough but have remained concert staples over the years. The band have often paid homage to their reggae influences, sampling '70s dancehall legend U-Roy on “Omaha Stylee” and covering “Who's Got the Herb?,” written by H.R. of Bad Brains.

SONG
ALBUM
Applied Science
2:44
 
Guns (Are for Pussies)
311
2:16
 
Beyond the Gray Sky
4:16
 
Visit
3:40
 
What Was I Thinking
2:37
 
Freeze Time
3:22
 
Omaha Stylee
4:14
 
Who's Got the Herb? (Live)
3:56
 
Hydroponic
3:53
 
Misdirected Hostility
311
2:56
 
My Stoney Baby
3:44
 
Lucky
2:50
 
Hive
311
2:58
 
Count Me In
3:27
 
Unity
3:26
 

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