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About "Losing A Whole Year"

"Losing a Whole Year" is a song by American rock band Third Eye Blind from their eponymous debut studio album (1997). It was released to radio as the fourth single from the album on February 23, 1998, by Elektra Records. The song was written by frontman Stephan Jenkins and guitarist Kevin Cadogan, whilst production was helmed by Jenkins and Eric Valentine. According to Jenkins, the song is about lamentation due to the end of a relationship.

The song was recorded in and around San Francisco at Toast Studios, Skywalker Ranch, and H.O.S. by Valentine. Tom Lord-Alge was responsible for the mixing of the track, which was made at South Beach Studios in Miami Beach. An alternative rock song, the song's concept was quickly developed after a band member jokingly used the phrase "losing a whole beer." The instrumentation used in the song includes guitars, drums, and percussion. Third Eye Blind initially planned to release the song as their debut single, although they opted for "Semi-Charmed Life" at the suggestion of Elektra Records.

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