- Max Collins – lead vocals, bass, guitar, piano
- Jon Siebels – guitar, backing vocals
- Tony Fagenson – drums, percussion, guitar, keyboards, programming, backing vocals
- Eve 6 (1998)
- Horrorscope (2000)
- It's All in Your Head (2003)
- Speak in Code (2012)
Eve 6 contains examples of:
- Anti-Love Song: "Promise"I promise not to try not to let you down.
- Black Sheep Hit: "Here's to the Night"
- Breakup Song: "Girlfriend"
- Cool Pet: The singer in "Trust Me" owns an "endangered cat".
- Double Entendre: From "BFGF"She's doing what she does best
Sweating in the back of a Cutlass
Here she comes!
- Fiery Redhead: Max
- Gratuitous French: Lampshaded in "BFGF"She says "c'est la vie." Not sure what that means.
- I Need a Freaking Drink: The singer in "Victoria"I need another tequila!
- Incredibly Lame Pun: From "Promise"Why you gotta keep the fan on high when it's cold outside? Just want to let you know I'm still a fan, get it?
- Non-Appearing Title: "Leech", "Showerhead", "Tongue Tied" and "Nocturnal".
- The Pete Best: Original drummer Nick Meyers, who left while the band was still called "Eleventeen".
- Refrain from Assuming: The title of their debut single is not "Heart in a Blender" or "Rendezvous" or "Swallow My Pride". Or even "Beautiful Oblivion". It's "Inside Out".
- Self-Titled Album
- Shout-Out: The line "Despite all my rage, I'm just a rat in a cage" appears in "Curtain", and "The future is so bright, you're wearing shades" in "Lion's Den".
- Shower of Love: The premise of the song "Showerhead".
- Something Completely Different: It's All in Your Head. Unfortunately, poor sales of this album caused the band to lose their contract with RCA Records, and may have helped lead to their eventual (temporary) breakup.