Buy Now... Saved Later

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Buy Now... Saved Later
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Studio album by
Released10 April 2000
RecordedSeptember–November 1999 at Chapel Studios Lincs
GenreRap metal, nu metal
ProducerColin Richardson
One Minute Silence chronology
Available in All Colors
Buy Now... Saved Later
One Lie Fits All
Professional ratings
Review scores

Buy Now... Saved Later is the second studio album by British metal band One Minute Silence, the follow-up to Available in All Colors. It was released in April 2000 on V2 Records and was dedicated "to the memory of Neville Anthony Lynch". In contrast to the hip-hop-metal tinge the first album had, Buy Now... Saved Later has a more traditional guitar-metal sound, produced by Colin Richardson.[1]

The cover art features a woman with devil horns, seemingly made of (or at least covered with) dollar notes and holding a Bible in her right hand, and a bitten apple in the left (a reference to temptation).[3] Behind her is a grey One Minute Silence logo which also appears on the CD, on a black background. The song "Holy Man" appears in the 2000 video game ECW Anarchy Rulz.


Buy Now... Saved Later was One Minute Silence's highest-charting album, reaching number 61 in the UK Albums Chart.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics are written by B. Barry; all music is composed by One Minute Silence, except where noted.

1."Rise and Shine" 3:14
2."1845"One Minute Silence & C. Ignatiou2:46
3."Holy Man" 4:04
4."It's Just a Ride" 3:37
5."Food for the Brain" 3:46
6."Fish out of Water" 4:23
7."Roof of the World"One Minute Silence & C. Ignatiou4:08
8."16 Stone Pig" 3:29
9."210 Dog Years" 3:46
10."If I Can Change" 5:15
11."A Spoonful of Sugar" 4:42
12."On Deaf Ears" 4:10
13."A Day in the Light of" 4:16
14."Words" 5:55
Total length:57:31
Japanese edition bonus tracks
15."14 Years"3:59
16."I Feel Nothing"2:37

The songs "It's Just a Ride" and "If I Can Change" were partly inspired by comedian Bill Hicks.


  1. ^ a b "Buy Now...Saved Later – One Minute Silence | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 9 June 2016.
  2. ^ Borivoj Krgin. "Buy Now...Saved Later Review". Blabbermouth. Retrieved 17 August 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Buy Now... Saved Later Review". NME. 12 September 2005. Retrieved 18 February 2022.
  4. ^ "ONE MINTUE SILENCE | full Official Chart History". Retrieved 15 May 2022.