Throwback Thursday ‘Hemorrhage (In My Hands)’ by Fuel (2000)
"Hemorrhage (In My Hands)" was Fuel's first single off of their second album, Something Like Human.
Fuel is a band from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
According to Wikipedia, "It hit number two on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, also their highest-charting single on the chart. To date, it is Fuel's highest-charting single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 30. It also peaked number 17 on the Adult Top 40 chart and number 22 on the Mainstream Top 40 chart...The song was Billboard magazine's number five Rock Song of the Decade, according to their Best of the 2000s Rock Songs chart. In 2013, "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)" became the number six alternative rock song of the past 25 years, according to Billboard's Alternative chart 25th Anniversary: Top 100 Songs."
"Hemorrhage (In My Hands)" just barely made the year-end chart. It landed at #100 on the Billboard Year-End Chart for 2001.
Fuel asked American Idol contestant, Chris Daughtry to be their new lead singer in 2006 after Chris covered this song on the show. Fuel's long-time singer, Brett Scallions, had left the group at the time. Chris Daughtry was flattered, but chose to start his own band and went on to have many hits.
Brett Scallions eventually came back to the band in 2010 but left again in 2020. Currently, founding member Carl Bell announced that he was taking over the name Fuel with a new line-up that included former drummer Kevin Miller.
No other members have been named and no release date for new music has been posted as of the writing of this blog.
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