|1||Love Remains The Same|
|2||Forever May You Run|
|4||Can't Stop The World|
|6||Skin I'm In|
|8||If You're Not With Us You Are Against Us|
|9||This Is Happiness|
|10||Another Night In The Hills|
|11||The Trouble I'm In|
|12||Beauty In The Beast|
|13||This Place Is On Fire|
|14||If You're Not With Us, You're Against Us|
|16||The Skin I'm In|
|17||Adrenaline (ost. Triple X (xXx))|
Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born 30 October 1965) is a British musician most famous for being the lead singer and guitarist of the former rock band Bush and later the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, which broke up in 2006 after only one album.
Rossdale was born in Swiss Cottage, London, to parents Lucy Stephan (b. Scotland) and Douglas Rossdale (a doctor of Russian Jewish descent whose surname was originally Rosenthal). His parents divorced when he was eleven years old, and he was raised primarily by his father and aunt. His mother remarried and moved to Tampa, Florida. Rossdale has a younger sister, Soraya, and an elder one, Lorraine. Rossdale's half brother, David, is the Bishop of Great Grimsby in the United Kingdom.
Rossdale modelled briefly, producing some fashion shots. He learned to play bass guitar after hanging out with his sister Lorraine's boyfriend, who was in a band called The Nobodyz, but he switched to rhythm guitar. At 17, he left the Westminster School, played semi-professional football until side-lined by an injury, and formed a band called Midnight (formerly Little Dukes), which produced a couple of singles and many publicity photos. In 1991, Gavin moved to Los Angeles for 6 months, lived where he could, and took whatever part-time jobs were available, including production assistant on video shoots. He spent some time in NYC before returning to England where he hooked up with future manager Dave Dorrell (MARRS), whom he had met in LA. In 1992, Gavin formed Future Primitive, whose original line-up (under the name The Diceheads) included screenwriter Sacha Gervasi, who left to pursue a film-making career. The band changed its name to Bush in the summer of 1994 and released the promo Sixteen Stone.