Saliva Albums Ranked

Saliva is an American rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee in 1996. Saliva released their self-titled debut album on August 26, 1997, through Rockingchair Records, a record label owned and operated by Mark Yoshida and Ruth Thompson-Bernabe. The release was recorded and produced by Bill Pappas at Rockingchair Studios. They were signed to Island Records and went on to release their second studio album Every Six Seconds. Saliva later released their third studio album titled Back into Your System on November 12, 2002, which reached No. 19 on the Billboard 200. Back into Your System launched one of Saliva’s most successful songs, “Always”, reaching No. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the Modern Rock Chart. Three years after Survival of the Sickest, Saliva released Blood Stained Love Story on January 23, 2007, repeating Back into Your System’s chart performance at No. 19 on the Billboard 200. Its first single, “Ladies and Gentlemen”, peaked at No. 2 on the Mainstream Rock Chart. Here are all of the Saliva albums ranked.

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7. Love, Lies & Therapy (2016)

“The album “Love, Lies & Therapy” is a rock solid album and is really good from beginning to end and Saliva keeps there old school sound on a few songs especially with the song “Go Big or Go Home”. If you’re a fan of Saliva I suggest to check out this album, you won’t be disappointed.”

6. In It To Win It (2013)

“After trading former vocalist Josey Scott with Bobby Amaru from Burn Season, SALIVA seems to be going in the right direction with this new album IN IT TO WIN IT, which is WORLDS better than their past three albums. However, even though this is a very promising album that to me sounds a lot like PAPA ROACH, it’s in no way remarkable or classic.”

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5. Survival Of The Sickest (2004)

“The entire album is outstanding. They threw in a couple of ballads that work nicely too, sandwiched in between some brutal tunes. Josey Scott’s vocals impressed me much more on this album than the first two. I think he was going for more the “limp bizkit” sound in the first two albums. The guitar work is better in the sense that it’s a little more intricate and the guitarists are allowed to shine a little more than in previous albums.”

4. Cinco Diablo (2008)

” Cinco Diablo is a straight through rocker with a few “Ballads” if that’s what you’d call em and a couple tracks that border on flat out metal, This is definitely for Saliva fans or the casual listener OR if your just wanting some good tunes to rock out too this albums for you.”

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3. Blood Stained Love Story (2007)

“With this album, Saliva has again placed several bawls out rock songs amongst a blend of ballads that has defined Saliva since their breakthrough album Every Six Seconds. The lead off track, and first single Ladies and Gentleman sets the stage and pushes you right through four of the heavier tracks on this album, setting the stage for the last 6 tracks which include several ballads that are again the softer side of Saliva.”

2. Back Into Your System (2002)

“Back Into Your System breaks the mold. The grinding guitars litter the entire CD but instead of solely relying on that, Saliva tends to rely more on vocals and deep lyrics which proves maturity of the band. But do not be dismayed…Saliva still keeps that strong in your face attitude that made them famous.”

1. Every Six Seconds (2001)

“Saliva’s “Every Six Seconds” not only has heavy riffs, but terrific, melodic vocals and crunching guitar solos. “Your Disease” is the hit getting the commercial attention, but “After Me” is the track with the deepest message, questioning the power of one’s faith, its pertinence at various points in our lives, and our purpose on Earth.”