From their 1998 album, All The Pain Money Can Buy. The song reached number 20 on Billboards Hot 100 chart in 1999.
Tony Scalzo wrote “Out Of My Head,” which reflects his mindset. “I was a struggling musician,” he said in a Songfacts interview. “I had a record deal, so I knew there was a chance that things were going to turn around for us and for me, but I was struggling, and I was really ambitious at that time. Maybe I was just thinking about recurrent situations and how hopefully things would come out right.”
Things did come out right: The first single from Fastball’s second album was “The Way,” which became a huge radio hit. “Out of My Head” was a more modest hit, but still did very well, helping that second album, All the Pain Money Can Buy, sell over one…
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