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Adema is the self-titled debut album by American nu metal band Adema. It was released on August 21, 2001 through Arista Records and peaked at #27 on the Billboard 200. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on March 6, 2002 for selling over 500,000 copies in the United States, and has since sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The major singles from the album were "The Way You Like It" and "Giving In". "Freaking Out" has also seen some radio airplay. It remains their best-selling album to date.
Two is the second album by American rock band Earshot, released on June 22, 2004. The album would go on to spawn commercial success with the album's first single "Wait" being featured in multiple video games, the album's second single "Someone", as well as garnering significant radio airplay. Studio work on the album began in 2003 after extensive touring in 2002. Two reached #127 on the Billboard 200.
"Wait" became the album's lead single. Although it did not chart as well as the band's debut single "Get Away" from their Letting Go album, "Wait" is considered a breakthrough hit for the band and helped launch them into further mainstream success. It was featured on various soundtracks and made appearances in other media as well. Its music video was also rather successful.
Earshot appeared on Headbangers Ball in promotion of Two. In early 2005, they returned from the road in support of their second release and left their record label.
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22nd Century Lifestyle is the debut album by American nu metal band preThing. It was released on April 6, 2004, by V2 Records. This is the only preThing album due to the death of the band's lead singer and guitarist, Rust Epique.
The album's only single, "Faded Love," managed to chart at No .38 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks. "Can't Stop" was also featured prominently in the video games: WWE Day of Reckoning, WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW, and WWE WrestleMania 21.
Year Of The Spider
Year of the Spider is the third studio album by American rock band Cold. It was released on May 13, 2003 through Geffen Records. The album was Cold's most commercially successful, debuting at #3 on the Billboard album charts, with over 101,000 copies sold in its first week. Early pressings of Year of the Spider were shipped with a DVD and a temporary tattoo of the Cold spider logo. The DVD included the making of the video for "Stupid Girl", fan testimonials, and some home video shot during the recording of the album. This is also the last album with guitarists Terry Balsamo and Kelly Hayes.
A year prior to the album's release, the mellow ballad "Gone Away" was released on the WWE Tough Enough 2 soundtrack. Its music video, which met with considerable airplay upon release, listed it as from the album Year of the Spider despite the long wait for its release. "Gone Away" was subsequently used as a hidden track; the song begins at 16:06 after 13 minutes and 13 seconds of silence. The song "Came All The Way" was a b-side, which was cut late from the album. It's mentioned on the back cover of the album's booklet. It was later released on the Psi Ops soundtrack.
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