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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.
Perhaps, I Suppose...
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.
Step Outside Yourself
The People Mover
Hopelessly Devoted to You, Vol. 6
Fenix TX is the first of three albums Fenix TX released after their name change. It was issued on July 13, 1999, by MCA and Drive-Thru Records.
Most of the Riverfenix was re-recorded for Fenix TX. "Skinhead Jessie", "Jaw" and the untitled tracks from Riverfenix weren't included on this album, instead they were replaced by the previously unreleased "Flight 601" and "Surf Song". The track listing had also been rearranged.
Kings Of Pop
Never Be Taken Alive
Count The Stars
Soundtrack for a Generation
Soundtrack for a Generation is the only studio album by South Bend, Indiana emo band Student Rick. It was released in 2001 on Victory Records. Between late June and mid-August, the group went on the 2002 edition of Warped Tour.
Make A Sound
Make a Sound is the debut album by American rock band Autopilot Off. In April and May, the group supported Rufio on their headlining US tour. Make a Sound was released on April 13 through Island Records and produced by then-Sum 41 producer and manager Greig Nori.
Betrayed You With a Kiss
Far from Heroes
Showoff is Showoff's self-titled album and their first major label record, released on Maverick Records.
Scenic is the first full-length album by Denver Harbor, released on October 12, 2004 on Universal Records. It contains re-recorded versions of four of the five tracks from their debut EP Extended Play, as well as two of the three songs from their 2003 demo.
Let It Happen
Forty Hour Train Back To Penn
Forty Hour Train Back to Penn is the third album by The Movielife, released by Drive-Thru Records in 2003. Two singles were released from the album: "Face or Kneecaps" and "Jamestown". The album includes a bonus disc, showcasing other Drive-Thru artists as well as an unreleased acoustic version of "Sailor Tattoos". In February 2003, the band supported the Used on their headlining tour of the US East Coast. Following this, the group went on tour with Finch and Senses Fail until early March. In May, the band filmed a video for "Jamestown".
Through Being Cool
Saves the Day
Through Being Cool is the second studio album by American rock band Saves the Day, released on November 2, 1999 by Equal Vision. The songs on Through Being Cool were written while the band members attended New York University. The album was recorded in 11 days and represented the band's transition from a melodic hardcore sound to a more pop punk style. It was produced by Steve Evetts at Trax East Recording Studio in South River, New Jersey. The band's members dropped out of college to tour alongside Snapcase, New Found Glory, Hot Water Music, and Face to Face, among others. A music video was filmed for the song "Shoulder to the Wheel" which the band later regretted making.
Eventually selling 50,000 copies, the success of Through Being Cool helped Saves the Day to sign with Vagrant Records. It was named one of Alternative Press' 10 most influential albums of 1999. To celebrate the album's 15th anniversary, the band played the album front-to-back on tour and Equal Vision re-pressed the album on vinyl. Vocalist Chris Conley considers it "the most important record that we did".
Down to Earth Approach
So Far From Real
In Recovery is Inspection 12's fifth full-length album and their first on a record label. It was the final recording with the drummer Scott Shad before his death in March 2001, only three months before its release.
The Fear In Love
Don't Look Down
Remember Right Now
Remember Right Now is the second full-length release by American band Spitalfield, released in June 17, 2003, through Victory. The entire album was featured in the video game Amped 2 for Xbox. The album would mark a point where the band would leave their homes behind to tour in support of their newfound success; they collectively felt that Remember Right Now captured a point where they were at in their lives which was to serve as a keepsake for those moments. The album artwork features photos of various locations in the city of Chicago as well as the Chicago suburbs and their respective timestamps ranging from March 1, 2003 to March 20, 2003.
Never Heard of It
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.
My Degeneration is the fourth studio album by the punk rock band Flashlight Brown. It is the band's first major-label release.
This album came to be after Rob Cavallo contacted the band during one of their many tours of Canada. Cavallo was interested in recording two songs with the band, but this quickly turned into an entire album. The band was subsequently signed to Hollywood Records and released this calling it a "culmination of a 6 year career of living on the edge between a dream and despair".
The band would release "Ready to Roll" as a single off the album, with the song receiving minor playtime on Much Music and Edge 102. "Ready to Roll" would also find its way on to the Rugrats Go Wild! Soundtrack.
Somewhere In America
The Red Tree is the third full-length album by the rock band Moneen. There was also a documentary that chronicled the writing and recording of this album. A music video was released for If Tragedy’s Appealing, Then Disaster’s An Addiction, and it has had some play-time on MuchMusic and FUSE.
Diagram for Healing
Don't Get Lost In A Movement
The Fully Down
Something to Write Home About (Deluxe Edition)
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 21, 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 gathered a great amount of critical acclaim. Something to Write Home About is the first Get Up Kids album to include James Dewees playing keyboards.
After The Get Up Kids' previous album, Four Minute Mile brought major label offers, the band decided to stick with an indie label and sign with Vagrant Records for their next album after a short and unproductive time with Mojo Records. Something to Write Home About brought the band an increasing fan base, as their sound became slightly more radio-oriented, with more melodic choruses and hooks.
Foot In Mouth Disease
Foot In Mouth Disease is the fourth studio album by Gob. It was released on April 1, 2003. The first single from the album is "Give Up the Grudge". It sold more than 50,000 copies in Japan. "Oh! Ellin" was released as the second single, "Ming Tran" was the third single, and "This Evil World" was released as the fourth single.
Three of the album's tracks have been featured in many Electronic Arts video games. The album's second track "I've Been Up These Steps" is featured in NHL 2003, the album's third track "Oh! Ellin" is featured in NHL 2004, and the eighth track "Give Up the Grudge" is featured in Madden NFL 2004 and was also featured in the 2003 film American Wedding.
It is the band’s final album with longtime bassist Craig Wood, as he left the band in 2004.
The song "Ming Tran" was featured in the Being Ian episode, "Band 'o' Bruthaz", which features Gob as guest stars.
Life In Dreaming
Hidden In Plain View
Life in Dreaming is Hidden in Plain View's first full-length album, released on February 22, 2005 by Drive-Thru Records. It was originally scheduled for an August 2004 release, but was postponed until February 2005 to gain time for promotion. The album includes an Enhanced CD portion with video footage of a live performance of "Twenty Below" at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, California and a making-of featurette.
During the recording session, two additional songs were recorded, which the band originally wrote in late 2001. "Hot & Sexy" was released on the B-side of the British vinyl single for "Ashes Ashes". The other track, "To Your Grave", remains unreleased. The Japanese edition of the album features none of these as bonus tracks, but two tracks which were originally released on the in-Japan-unavailable Hidden in Plain View EP.
The album was released on limited edition vinyl by Company Ink Records and Drive-Thru Records in March 2013.
Last Stop Suburbia
This Vicious Cycle
When Pigs Fly
Hold On is the debut studio album by American rock band Name Taken. The album was produced by Saosin guitarist Beau Burchell. The second track, "Hold on for Your Dearest Life", was subsequently collected on the Warped Tour 2005 Tour Compilation.
The lyrics of the fourth track "Panic", is the first appearance of the term Panic! at the Disco, later used as the namesake of the platinum-selling band.
Panic! at the disco
Sat back and took it so slow
Are you nervous? Are you shaking?
Sorry About Tomorrow
Hot Rod Circuit
Say It Like You Mean It
The Starting Line
Say It Like You Mean It is the debut studio album by American pop punk band The Starting Line, following their debut EP With Hopes of Starting Over....
A Day At The Fair
Busted Wings and Rusted Halos
Two To The Chest To Remember One To The Head To Forget
Feeling Left Out
Less Than Jake
Anthem is the fifth studio album by American ska punk band Less Than Jake, released on May 20, 2003 on Sire Records. Produced by Rob Cavallo, the album was preceded by the single "She's Gonna Break Soon", and was the band's most commercially successful album to date, reaching number 45 on the Billboard 200. It is the first of the band's albums to feature saxophone player Peter "JR" Wasilewski since he joined the band in 2000.
During the recording sessions, the band worked on a second, self-produced album of additional tracks each night after Cavallo left the studio. This was subsequently released the following year under the name B Is for B-sides.
The Bridge is the debut and only studio album by American punk-emo band Letter Kills. Produced by Jim Wirt, the album was released on July 2, 2004 through Island Records.
Is This How You Feel?
15 Minutes Late
The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
A Collection Of Short Stories
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