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Full Collapse is the second album by American post-hardcore band Thursday. Released on April 10, 2001, it marks their first and only studio album on Victory Records and features two of the band's most popular singles, "Understanding in a Car Crash" and "Cross Out the Eyes." Full Collapse helped to establish Thursday as an immensely popular group in the indie and alternative rock music scenes, reached #178 on The Billboard 200, and provided some of the earliest mainstream exposure to post-hardcore.
Where You Want To Be
Taking Back Sunday
Where You Want to Be is the second studio album by American rock band Taking Back Sunday. While touring to promote Tell All Your Friends, guitarist John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper left the group and were replaced by Fred Mascherino and Matt Rubano, respectively. After a co-headlining tour with Saves the Day in fall 2003, the band began working on Where You Want to Be. Dismissive of several early songs, they wanted to "grow musically with this [new album]." In March 2004 recording of Where You Want to Be began, with Lou Giordano as producer. The band recorded at Mission Sound in Brooklyn, New York for two weeks before moving to Water Music in Hoboken, New Jersey, finishing recording by April.
The first single from Where You Want to Be was "A Decade Under the Influence," which was released to radio in late June 2004. While Taking Back Sunday was on the 2004 Warped Tour, Where You Want to Be was released in late July on Victory Records. After an appearance at the Reading Festival in England, the group toured Europe and began a U.S. fall tour. They worked with Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge to create a music video, "This Photograph Is Proof," which was filmed in 48 hours.
The Used is the eponymous debut studio album by the American rock band of the same name. The album has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
What To Do When You Are Dead
Armor For Sleep
What to Do When You Are Dead is the second studio album by American rock band Armor for Sleep. Following the completion of two songs written from the perspective of being dead, vocalist/guitarist Ben Jorgensen created a whole story from this viewpoint. What to Do When You Are Dead is a concept album, with each song telling the story of the protagonist's suicide as well as his journey through the afterlife. Recording took place between August and October 2004 with producer Machine. A rough mix of "Car Underwater" was made available in November, followed by two US tours in February 2005. What to Do When You Are Dead was released on February 22 through independent label Equal Vision Records.
Following a couple of US tours in April and May 2005, "Car Underwater" was released as a radio single. The group performed on the Warped Tour, before touring across the US in September and November. Later in November, a music video was released for "The Truth About Heaven", followed by a UK tour in December. In early 2006, the group went on a three-month headlining US tour, before appearing on Warped Tour again.
Page Avenue (US Non-PA Version)
Story Of The Year
Page Avenue is the debut studio album by American rock band Story of the Year. The band was originally called Bigbluemonkey; its members had played previously in separate groups. In early 2002, guitarist Greg Haupt joined the band, and shortly afterwards, the group played at Pointfest. While Goldfinger was playing there, the band sneaked on to their bus and left a home video. Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann, who served as a talent scout for Maverick Records, saw the video and soon began working on demos with the band. After changing their name to Story of the Year, the band signed to Maverick and began working on their debut album. Sessions took place at Feldmann's home studio, Foxy Studios in Marina del Rey, California; the group managed to track three songs before Haupt left in November 2002. After spending some more time writing, guitarist Philip Sneed was drafted in and sessions recommenced in early 2003. The group then went to Avex Studios in Waikiki, Hawaii, where they recorded strings for two songs.
The Artist In The Ambulance
The Artist in the Ambulance is the third studio album by American rock band Thrice. It was released on July 22, 2003, through Island Records, marking their first release on a major label. The album spawned two charting singles, "All That's Left" and "Stare at the Sun", both of which charted on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. It is now seen as an important release for the band, and one of the most enduring albums of the 2000s post-hardcore movement.
Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation
Funeral For A Friend
Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation is the debut studio album by Welsh post-hardcore band Funeral for a Friend. It was released on 13 October 2003 through Atlantic Records and was produced by Colin Richardson with co-production by the band themselves. The cover of the album as well as its subsequent singles is based on a small series of paintings by Belgian artist René Magritte titled: "The Lovers".
Upon its release the album received positive reception from critics and was a commercial success. The album was included on NME's album of the year list for 2003, and Rock Sound's 101 Modern Classics list. debuted at number 12 on the UK charts and achieved Gold certifications after a sales of 100,000 a year after its release on 29 October 2004.
New Found Glory
New Found Glory
New Found Glory is the eponymous second studio album and major-label debut by the American pop punk band of the same name. It was produced and mixed by Neal Avron and released on September 26, 2000 through Drive-Thru and MCA Records. Featuring their breakthrough single "Hit or Miss", the album was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America with shipments of 500,000 units.
During the band's American tour in late 2009, they announced a special edition re-release of the album to celebrate its tenth anniversary. The deluxe package included new liner notes, seven b-sides and a DVD. A commemorative tour also took place with the album played live in its entirety. The album has been credited for its impact and long lasting influence on pop punk music, and was officially inducted into the Rock Sound Hall of Fame in 2012. It was also placed in the magazine's "101 Modern Classics" article, a feature honoring the best rock albums since 1997.
Let It Enfold You
Let It Enfold You is the debut album by American rock band Senses Fail, released through Vagrant Records.
Saosin also known as the beetle album is the debut self-titled studio album by American rock band Saosin, released September 26, 2006 through Capitol Records. It is the band's second release to feature lead vocalist Cove Reber.
The Silence In Black And White
The Silence in Black and White is the debut studio album by the American rock band Hawthorne Heights after changing their name from A Day in the Life.
The Fiction We Live
From Autumn to Ashes
The Fiction We Live is the second studio album By the American post-hardcore band From Autumn to Ashes. It was produced by Garth Richardson and released September 9, 2003, through Vagrant Records. Melanie Wills of One True Thing makes a guest appearance once again, contributing to the vocals on "Autumns Monologue." This is the last album to feature Scott Gross and Mike Pilato. It peaked at number 73 on the US Billboard 200 charts.
So Long, Astoria
So Long, Astoria is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Ataris, released on March 4, 2003. The album's title song alludes to the 1985 film The Goonies, which is set in Astoria, Oregon.
...And Don't Forget To Breathe
A Static Lullaby
...And Don't Forget to Breathe is the debut album by the post-hardcore band A Static Lullaby. On the original release, the title was misspelled as '...And Don't Forget to Breath'. This was corrected in a re-release.
Music videos were made for the songs "Lipgloss and Letdown" and "The Shooting Star That Destroyed Us."
Based On A True Story
The Starting Line
Based on a True Story is the second studio album by American pop punk band the Starting Line. The group's label Drive-Thru Records had a distribution deal which allowed MCA Records to acquire their bands. After MCA Records was absorbed into Geffen Records in mid-2003, the band spent most of 2004 writing and demoing songs for their next album. Following pre-production in July 2004, the band began recording for Based on a True Story, finishing in September. The album was recorded at various studios in New York state and California. Separate sessions were produced by Tim O'Heir, Howard Benson and Eric Rachel.
Prior to the album's release, "Bedroom Talk" was issued as a single in April 2005, and the band went on tour debuting a handful of songs from the album. Based on a True Story was released through Drive-Thru and Geffen Records on May 10. Peaking at number 18 on the Billboard 200, the album received mixed to positive reviews. Following its release, the band went on the Warped Tour throughout the summer. While on the tour, a music video was released for "Bedroom Talk". Soon after, Geffen de-prioritized the album, which resulted in the band leaving the label in December.
Your Favorite Weapon
Your Favorite Weapon is the debut studio album by American rock band Brand New, released in 2001. The album consists largely of power chord-heavy pop punk songs, detailing the highs and lows of teenage relationships and experiences. Over time, as the band's sound changed drastically, many songs from the album have been phased out of the band's live shows.
Voices is the second studio album by American rock band Matchbook Romance. The album's sound leaves behind much of the stripped down sound of their debut, Stories and Alibis, opting for a darker, more foreboding tone. The album was released through Epitaph Records on February 14 in the US. accompanied by the single "Monsters", and radio only single "Surrender".
Clarity (Expanded Edition)
Jimmy Eat World
Clarity is the third studio album by American rock band Jimmy Eat World, released on February 23, 1999, by Capitol Records. Overlooked upon its release, Clarity has since amassed cult status and critical acclaim, and has been lauded as one of the best emo records of all time. Praise centered on its dynamic instrumentation, as well as the heartfelt delivery of singer-guitarist-lyricist Jim Adkins. Various music critics have credited the album for serving as a huge influence on later emo music.
Stay What You Are
Saves the Day
Stay What You Are is the third studio album from American rock band Saves the Day, released in 2001.
Living Well Is The Best Revenge
Living Well Is the Best Revenge is the second studio album and major-label debut by American pop punk band Midtown and was released on Drive-Thru and MCA Records on April 16, 2002. The phrase goes back to the 17th-century English poet George Herbert.
Palm Trees and Power Lines
Palm Trees and Power Lines is the fourth studio album by American rock band Sugarcult. The album contains the MTV hits "Memory" and "She's the Blade". This is the band’s first album to feature Kenny Livingston on drums.
Box Car Racer
Box Car Racer
Box Car Racer is the sole studio album by American rock band of the same name. Produced by Jerry Finn, the album was released May 21, 2002 through MCA Records. The band was a side-project of Blink-182 members Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker, with David Kennedy completing the band's studio lineup; a bassist and friend of Barker, Anthony Celestino, toured with the band throughout late 2002. The record was the only studio effort the trio produced together, and was recorded over the course of six weeks in late 2001.
The record is primarily based on DeLonge's post-hardcore influences, such as Fugazi and Refused. The recording sessions were particularly difficult for him, as he had recently undergone back surgery. The record is a concept album detailing the end of the world, and features dark, moody tracks mulling over confusion. Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus—the only member of that band not involved in the project—felt betrayed over his lack of inclusion, which evolved into tensions between him and DeLonge. It contributed to the band's 2005 breakup.
Soundtrack to a Headrush
Soundtrack to a Headrush is the first album by the band Emanuel. It was released on March 15, 2005, by Vagrant Records. The album had two singles, "The Willing" and "Make Tonight". Both videos were in active rotation on many music video channels.
Worship And Tribute (U.S. Version)
Worship and Tribute is the second studio album by Long Island, New York post-hardcore band Glassjaw. It marked their first release with Warner Bros. Records after an unpleasant split with Roadrunner Records. It was released on July 9, 2002. As with their first full-length album, Worship and Tribute was produced by Ross Robinson and mixed and engineered by Mike Fraser. It peaked at #82 on the Billboard 200 on July 27, 2002, remaining on the chart for three weeks. It is recognized as one of the greatest post-hardcore albums and one of the greatest albums of the 2000s.
Phantoms is the debut studio album by American rock band Acceptance, released on April 26, 2005, by Columbia.
The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most
The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most is the second studio album recorded by the American emo band Dashboard Confessional, released on March 20, 2001 through Vagrant Records.
The Art Of Drowning
The Art of Drowning is the fifth studio album by American rock band AFI. It was released on September 19, 2000, through Nitro Records. Between June and August 2001, the group performed on the Warped Tour.
The album was listed by Alternative Press as one of the ten most-influential punk albums of the year 2000. The album was included in Rock Sound's 101 Modern Classics list at number 40.
The Inevitability Of A Strange World
The Inevitability of a Strange World is Halifax's third release, issued on May 23, 2006 by Drive-Thru Records.
Destination Unknown (PA Version)
Destination Unknown is the third album released by Mest, released on November 13, 2001. It peaked at No. 12 on the Heatseekers chart.
Discovering the Waterfront (Reissue)
Discovering the Waterfront is the second studio album by Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein. The album was promoted with three music videos for the tracks "Smile in Your Sleep", "Discovering the Waterfront", and "My Heroine".
Emotion Is Dead
The Juliana Theory
Emotion Is Dead is the second studio album by American rock band The Juliana Theory, released on August 29, 2000, on Tooth & Nail Records. The fourth track from the album, "We're at the Top of the World," was featured in the 2001 Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed in addition to an episode of Smallville. Between June and August 2001, the group performed on the Warped Tour.
Acoustic is an EP by American rock band Bayside, released on February 28, 2006. The release was in memory of John "Beatz" Holohan, the band's drummer who was killed when the band's tour bus crashed on October 31, 2005. By April 2006, the EP had sold over 13,000 copies. By August 2008, the EP sold 37,000 copies.
Pollyanna is the second studio album by American band Northstar. They released the album in 2004, after two years of touring with bands such as Taking Back Sunday and The Beautiful Mistake, using material from their first studio album, Is This Thing Loaded?, also released through Triple Crown Records. Although commercially not very successful, like much of Northstar's work, it has been passionately praised and defended against critics by Northstar's fans, even after 13 years since their break up.
If These Streets Could Talk
If These Streets Could Talk is the debut album from Just Surrender. The artwork was done by haymakerprint.com. The band recorded two videos from this album, "Tell Me Everything" and "I Can Barely Breathe." This is the first CD on their label, Broken English Records. The album was produced by John Naclerio, who was already known for his work with bands such as Brand New and Senses Fail.
When Your Heart Stops Beating
When Your Heart Stops Beating is the only album by the American rock band +44, released on November 14, 2006, by Interscope Records. Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker of Blink-182 formed +44 as an experimental electronic outfit following the breakup of Blink-182. The project started in early 2005, and was later joined by lead guitarist Shane Gallagher and rhythm guitarist Craig Fairbaugh.
Recording began in earnest shortly after the band purchased the Los Angeles-based studio Opra Music. The electronic demos evolved into more rock-based, full band compositions over the course of the recording process in 2006. Jerry Finn, who had worked extensively with Blink-182, came into the studio late in the production process to oversee completion of the album. Its dark lyrical content primarily reflects the demise of Blink-182, although it is stylistically upbeat and inspired by bands such as the Postal Service and the Cure.
Although anticipated by music press, When Your Heart Stops Beating undersold commercial expectations and received mixed reviews from critics.
The Possibility and the Promise
The Possibility and the Promise is the first full-length album released by the emo band Amber Pacific. The title was taken from a quote in Charles Bukowski's Ham on Rye. The album contains one previously heard track, which is "Always You", which can be heard on the band's debut EP. The song is also featured on the soundtrack of Criterion Games Burnout 3: Takedown.
One For The Kids
One for the Kids is the third studio album by American rock band Yellowcard. It was released on April 3, 2001 on Lobster Records and is the first Yellowcard album to include Ryan Key as lead singer and guitarist. It was produced, engineered and mixed by Darian Rundall at Stall No. 2 in Redondo Beach, California. Six of the songs, "Drifting," "Sureshot," "Big Apple Heartbreak," "Cigarette," "October Nights," and "A.W.O.L.," are featured on Microsoft's snowboarding video game Amped 2 for Xbox. "Drifting" and "Rock Star Land" both originally appeared on the band's previous EP, Still Standing EP. The album was re-released on vinyl in 2012.
In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3
Coheed and Cambria
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 is the second studio album by rock quartet Coheed and Cambria. It was released on October 7, 2003 through Equal Vision Records. It was recorded at Applehead Recording, Woodstock, New York and produced by Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner.
The album is the third installment of a tetralogy about the ongoing saga of the Keywork in The Amory Wars. The Amory Wars is also the name of the graphic novel series written by lead singer Claudio Sanchez that details the events foretold in greater detail. There are three notable singles on this album: "A Favor House Atlantic", "Blood Red Summer" and "In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3".
The album peaked at #52 on the Billboard 200 and has sold over 500,000 copies and is RIAA certified Gold. Entertainment Weekly described it as being one of the top five key albums in the new prog genre.
In January 2006 Vitamin Records released a string quartet tribute record.
The third chapter from The Amory Wars, the first issue of the In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 comic series was released in May 2010, with a new issue being released monthly.
Controversy Loves Company
For All Of This
The Early November
For All of This is the first EP from The Early November. It was written entirely by the lead singer, Arthur 'Ace' Enders, and features brief replacement guitarist, John Dubitsky. Its title comes from the first line of the chorus in "I Want to Hear You Sad".
Boys Night Out
Trainwreck is the second full-length album from the emo/post-hardcore band Boys Night Out. It is a tightly-knit concept album that follows the loss of sanity of one man following the murder of his wife he committed in his sleep. A music video was released for the song "Medicating".
So Far From Real
One Fell Swoop
The Spill Canvas
From Them, Through Us, To You
From Them, Through Us, to You is the debut album by Chicago-based rock band Madina Lake. The album was released in the United States on March 27, 2007 via Roadrunner Records; it was released a day earlier in the UK.
The album debuted at number 154 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart, number three on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, and number sixty on the UK Albums Chart.
The first single off the album was "House of Cards", followed by "Here I Stand", "One Last Kiss" and "Pandora", all of which have music videos.
Something To Write Home About
The Get Up Kids
Something to Write Home About is the second studio album by American rock band The Get Up Kids, released on September 28, 1999. The album was produced by The Get Up Kids themselves, with co-producers Chad Blinman and Alex Brahl. Blinman also recorded and mixed the album, with Brahl assisting with additional engineering. The album was a financial success, peaking at #31 on Billboards Heatseekers 200 albums chart in North America, and earned positive reviews. Something to Write Home About is the first Get Up Kids album to include James Dewees on keyboards.
After The Get Up Kids' previous album, Four Minute Mile brought major label offers, the band decided to remain with an indie label and signed with Vagrant Records for their next album after a short period with Mojo Records.
An Offer You Can't Refuse
A Change of Pace
Questions And Answers
Questions and Answers is the second album by The Sleeping, released May 30, 2006 through Victory Records.
This album is a tribute to John "Beatz" Holohan, as evidenced in the track, "Heart Beatz," and the lyrics in many of the songs; it is also a tribute to Caitlin Boyle, a beloved friend of The Sleeping, as stated in the liner notes.
The song "Don't Hold Back" is featured in the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, and is featured in the soundtrack of Madden NFL 07. Music videos were made for "Don't Hold Back" and "Loud and Clear."
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