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Someone In Control
Someone in Control is the third studio album by American rock band Trapt, released on September 13, 2005 by Warner Bros. Records. The album debuted at number 14 on the Billboard 200 chart, with approximatively 61,400 copies sold. Three singles were released: "Stand Up", "Waiting", and "Disconnected". Someone in Control was co-produced by Trapt and Don Gilmore. The lyrics were written by Chris Brown, music written by Trapt. As of April 2006, the album has sold 263,000 copies. Despite the anticipation before the release, the album failed to catch the success of their debut album, possibly due to the lack of a hit single. Following the disappointing sales of the album, Trapt was asked to leave from Warner Bros. Records.
We Are Not Alone
We Are Not Alone is the second studio album by American rock band Breaking Benjamin. It was released on June 29, 2004. Three singles were released from the album, "So Cold", "Sooner or Later", and the full-band version of "Rain", as opposed to the original version in which the only instrument used is an acoustic guitar, which came out near the end of June 2005. The album name is a reference to the novel of the same name. We Are Not Alone sold 48,000 copies on its first week and was certified platinum by the RIAA on June 13, 2005. It is the first Breaking Benjamin album to receive a Parental Advisory label.
A Live EP was released with limited editions of the album, containing live recorded versions of "Sugarcoat," "Water," "Medicate," and "Next to Nothing" from their first album Saturate.
We Are Not Alone is the last studio album to feature drummer Jeremy Hummel. The track "Firefly" was featured in the 2004 video games WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw and WWE Day of Reckoning.
According to AllMusic critic Johnny Loftus, the album stylistically incorporates early Tool's sound through post-grunge's more accessible melodics.
Disclaimer is the major label debut album by South African rock band Seether, released in 2002. It features three successful singles which would remain some of the band's most well-known songs. It is their first release under their current name after changing it from Saron Gas in 2002 to avoid confusion with a deadly nerve agent known as sarin gas.
The Autumn Effect
The Autumn Effect is the third studio album by the Tennessee rock band 10 Years. Produced by Josh Abraham, released on August 16, 2005 through Universal Records and Republic Records. Featured on the album is the popular modern rock track "Wasteland" and two other singles, "Through the Iris" and "Waking Up".
Due to the success of "Wasteland", The Autumn Effect broke 10 Years into the mainstream and as of December 6, 2017, the album has received a Gold certification from the RIAA.
Three Days Grace (Deluxe Version)
Three Days Grace
Three Days Grace is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian rock band Three Days Grace. It was released on July 22, 2003 through Jive Records. It was the band's only album as a trio, and also under Bertelsmann Music Group.
Leave A Whisper (Deluxe)
Leave a Whisper is the debut studio album by American rock band Shinedown. The album was released on May 27, 2003, faring well due to the success of the singles "Fly from the Inside" and "45". Recording took place at Henson Recording Studios and The Blue Room, both in Los Angeles, California. Leave a Whisper paved the way for Shinedown's successful second album, Us and Them, and was re-released on June 15, 2004, to incorporate a cover version of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man". The album's singles also fared well, "Fly from the Inside" reaching No. 5, "45" reaching No. 3, "Simple Man" reaching No. 5, and "Burning Bright" reaching No. 2 on the US Mainstream Rock list. Leave a Whisper is Shinedown's second best-selling album. On August 17, 2004, the album was certified gold for 500,000 copies sold, and by October 21, 2005, the album had sold one million copies in the US, and was certified platinum by the RIAA.
Chapter V is the fifth studio album by American rock band Staind. It was released on August 9, 2005, debuted at number 1 with first week sales of 185,000 copies, and has spawned 1 big hit single along with three moderately successful singles on rock radio. Its first single "Right Here" was the most successful at both rock and pop stations and it was used in a video package by World Wrestling Entertainment commemorating wrestler Edge after he won his first WWE Championship. "Falling" and "Everything Changes" have also been released with accompanying videos.
Lead singer Aaron Lewis has stated that he thinks 'Chapter V is the best record the band has released to date', and the album continues the evolution from the messages on 14 Shades of Grey to messages of hope and uncertainty. It also showcases a heavier side to the band on selected tracks, and emphasizes a balance between both styles of the band's sound. The album includes a track called "Paper Jesus" targeted at record company executives who idolize money instead of music and "Reply", an open letter replying to fan mail that Aaron Lewis and the rest of the band have received over the years.
The Melody And The Energetic Nature Of Volume
The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Evans Blue. It was released on February 21, 2006. The album spawned two singles, "Cold" and "Over." It has sold more than 200,000 copies, and was at one point #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart.
The album portrays the intricate workings of a relationship and the hardships of breaking off with someone you love. "Possession" is a cover of the Sarah McLachlan song from the album, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy.
A live, acoustic version of this album, entitled Unplugged Melody, with the exception of the Sarah McLachlan cover of "Possession", was included with the purchase of the band's second album, The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends. It was the first and last album to feature original drummer Darryl Brown.
Blood Stained Love Story
Blood Stained Love Story is the fifth studio album by American rock band Saliva which was released on January 23, 2007. This is their first album with guitarist Brayden Parker after the departure of Chris D’Abaldo. The song "Ladies and Gentlemen" was the official theme song for the WWE PPV WrestleMania 23. It also has appeared on many other sporting event telecasts. The song "King Of The Stereo" was modified and featured as ESPN Varsity Inc's Theme song, under the name "King Of The Stadium" with appropriately edited lyrics. The original title for the album was The Rise & Fall Of The Glorified Kingdom.
The album debuted on the Billboard 200 at number 19, selling 31,000 copies in its first week.
Dressed Up As Life
Dressed Up as Life was the second studio album released by the Australian alternative rock band Sick Puppies, but was their first album to be released in the United States. It was released on 3 April 2007 and peaked at #181 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart. The song "All the Same" is the theme for Juan Mann's Free Hugs Campaign video on YouTube, although it also has its own video. Deutsch Advertising creatives Michael Leibowitz and Eric Rojas oversaw the CD design for Dressed Up as Life.
The album has sold over 150,000 copies in the United States to date. This is also the band's first studio album with drummer Mark Goodwin, who replaced Chris Mileski in 2003.
You Make Me Sick
Puddle Of Mudd
Famous is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Puddle of Mudd. It was released on October 9, 2007 on Flawless Records. Famous was originally set to be released in May, but was pushed back to add more songs to the album. The album was also announced by the band to be titled Livin' on Borrowed Time, but that was changed to Famous after the name of the first single.
The title track provided the album's lead single on May 21, 2007. "Psycho" would follow as the second single on November 2. Famous debuted at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling about 31,000 copies in its first week.
The album has sold around 363,000 copies in the US.
Theory of a Deadman
Theory Of A Deadman
A Different Kind Of Pain
A Different Kind of Pain is the fourth studio album by American post-grunge band Cold. It was released on August 30, 2005 in the US and September 12, 2005 in the UK and features the singles "Happens All the Time" and "A Different Kind of Pain." It has sold over 160,000 copies in the US and would be Cold's last album before their nearly three-year breakup beginning in 2006.
The time of the album's recording and release marks a turbulent period for Cold with the band signing to a new record label, experiencing numerous lineup changes, and obtaining weakened commercial success. Frontman Scooter Ward's struggles with his sister's cancer as well as the fallout of the relationship with his fiancé during this time also provided lyrical inspiration. The result, A Different Kind of Pain, expands on the melodic, less aggressive sound that the band had begun exploring with 2003's Year of the Spider.
Down And Out
The Paramour Sessions
The Paramour Sessions is the fifth album by Californian rock band Papa Roach. It was released on September 12, 2006.
Extreme Behavior is the debut studio album by American rock band Hinder. It was released in 2005 by Universal Records to generally negative reviews, before going platinum in September 2006. All songs were co-written by Brian Howes, except for "Shoulda", which was co-written with Brian Howes and Social Code. The song "Running in the Rain" did not make the cut for the album, but has been played at concerts on their North American tour.
12 Stones is the eponymous debut album from the American rock band 12 Stones. It was released on April 23, 2002 by Wind-up Records. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 at No. 147.
Adelitas Way is the self-titled debut album by Adelitas Way, released on July 14, 2009. It is the first and only album to feature guitarist Chris Iorio before leaving the band a few months after the album was released. A limited edition autographed booklet was included when you pre-ordered the album on www.newburycomics.com. The album has sold over 85,000 copies, and over 400,000 singles.
Wonder What's Next (Expanded Edition)
Wonder What's Next is the second studio album by American rock band Chevelle, released on October 8, 2002 by Epic Records. Spawning the singles "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", it proved to be Chevelle's breakthrough album, landing them high-profile tour slots including the main stage of Ozzfest 2003. Having sold over one million copies, Wonder What's Next remains the band's most successful album.
Light It Up
Light It Up is a 2008 album by Rev Theory. It is their sophomore major label album and first under the Interscope Records label, and was released on June 10, 2008 to sales of 10,200 copies. It reached #74 on the Billboard 200 on June 28, 2008. It has sold 132,000 copies to date.
Saving Abel is the debut studio album by American rock band Saving Abel. It was released on March 11, 2008 and produced by Skidd Mills, producer of their independently released album of the same name.
The album peaked at #49 on the Billboard 200, and was certified Gold by the RIAA on March 6, 2009.
3 Doors Down
Seventeen Days is the third studio album by American rock band 3 Doors Down. It was released on February 8, 2005, five years to the day that the band released their debut album The Better Life. It topped the chart on the Billboard 200 soon after it was released. Bob Seger sings a duet with lead singer, Brad Arnold, on the song "Landing in London".
Falls On Me
In Due Time
In Due Time is the 2004 debut studio album by Submersed, a hard rock band from Stephenville, Texas. The album was originally titled All Things Becoming of the End. The album was recorded and mixed, but eventually scrapped and renamed as the band began writing new material that they felt was far better. The song "Divide the Hate" was featured on the video game NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup.
Audio Secrecy is the third studio album by American rock band Stone Sour. It was recorded and produced by the band and Nick Raskulinecz at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. On June 10, the band released a free download of "Mission Statement", which was later released as a single on iTunes. The first official single, "Say You'll Haunt Me", however, was released on July 6, 2010. Audio Secrecy is also the first album by the band to not feature a 'Parental Advisory' sticker and is dedicated to Slipknot bassist Paul Gray, who had died earlier in 2010. It is also the band's last album to feature bassist Shawn Economaki.
Sinner is the debut album by the American heavy metal band Drowning Pool, released on June 5, 2001 by Wind-up Records. The album is the band's most popular album, being certified platinum in the same year that it was released. This was due at least in part to "Bodies" which remains the band's most well-known song. This is the only studio album by the band to feature original lead singer Dave Williams. While touring in support of Sinner, he died on August 14, 2002 from cardiomyopathy. The album debuted at #14 on the Billboard 200 chart. Drowning Pool released a reissue of the album called the "Unlucky 13th Anniversary Edition" in 2014. The album was put at no. 25 on Metal Descent's list "The 25 Best Alternative Metal Albums".
The Sickness is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Disturbed, released on March 7, 2000 by Giant and Reprise Records. The album peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard 200, and has spent a total of 103 weeks on the chart as of June 2011. It was Disturbed's only album to not hit number one on the US Billboard 200 until their seventh album Evolution debuted at number 4 in 2018. In 2018, The Sickness was certified five times platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over five million copies in the US, making it the band's most successful album.
Speak - Hit 3 Pack
Smile Empty Soul
Vultures is the third album by American alternative rock/post-grunge music group Smile Empty Soul. The album was released on October 24, 2006 via Bieler Bros. Records. The album has sold 70,000 units.
War Of Angels
War of Angels is the second studio album by rock band Pop Evil. The first single, "Last Man Standing", was released in September 2010. Their second song, "Save the World" was made available for download on their Facebook page on December 20, 2010. "Last Man Standing" is currently inside the Top 20 of the Active Rock Chart. On February 1, 2011, the band announced that the album would be delayed from its original February 8, 2011 date. "Monster You Made", the second single from the album, was released via the online music service iTunes on June 7, 2011.
The music video for "Boss's Daughter", released on May 25, 2012, featured Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars, who co-wrote the song with the band.
The album has since been released on July 5, 2011 via E1 Music. The iTunes-exclusive Deluxe Edition features two bonus tracks not available on other releases.
Vol. 1 is the third official album, but first major label release, by the rock band HURT, released on March 21, 2006. This album contains many tracks that are very dark in nature. The album has themes such as twisted logic from over-obsession with religion in "Rapture"; pain from love in both "Falls Apart" and "Unkind"; and drug addiction in "Overdose".
This album was released with two different packages. One was the standard jewel case, and the other a cardboard folding case, featuring a few more pieces of artwork inside, and a red bookmark attached to the case. Both pressings, however, contain exactly the same song material.
"House Carpenter" ends at 6:45, and the track continues with a rainstorm sound effect until 8:29, when an apparent hidden track begins. The hidden track is a guitar and several strings playing over the rainstorm, and continues for 1:04. The rainstorm is also heard at the beginning of this band's fourth full-length release, Vol. II. The song ends with the voice of a woman saying "I love you so much". The phrase is also heard in the background of "Unkind" at 1:24.
At one time, there was rumor of an 11-minute version of the song "Rapture". J.
The Fallout is the début album by Canadian post-grunge/alternative rock band Default. Chad Kroeger, the frontman of Nickelback, contributed to the album's production and co-wrote six of its songs including its second single. With two hit singles, The Fallout is widely considered Default's best work and was their biggest commercial success, gaining platinum certification in the United States.
The song "Wasting My Time" received much airplay throughout 2001 and 2002. The second single, "Deny", was featured on the soundtrack of the popular NHL 2003 game by EA Sports and also received a great deal of air time, helping launch Default into the mainstream of Canadian rock.
A special edition of this CD, alongside a DVD, included the bonus track "Blind" and acoustic versions of the lead singles "Deny" and "Wasting My Time". An acoustic version of the final track, "Let You Down", also served as the final track to Default's sophomore effort, Elocation.
My Darkest Days
My Darkest Days
My Darkest Days is the debut album by Canadian rock band My Darkest Days, released on September 21, 2010. The album has sold more than 100,000 copies in the US and more than 20,000 in Canada. The first single, "Porn Star Dancing", peaked at number seven on Billboard's Rock Songs chart.
Satellite is the fourth studio album and the second major label release by the American Christian nu metal band P.O.D. The album was released on September 11, 2001, debuting at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart with over 133,000 copies sold. It spent five consecutive weeks in the Top 10 of that chart.
It went on to sell over three million copies in the U.S., and over seven million worldwide, making it the band's highest-selling album. Satellite was placed at No. 137 on the Billboard's top 200 albums of the decade. It was the 117th best-selling album of 2001 and the 26th best-selling album of 2002 in the United States.
Vices And Virtues
Art Of Dying
Vices and Virtues is the second studio album by Canadian rock band Art of Dying. It is the band's major label debut after signing under David Draiman and Dan Donegan's Intoxication records. Coincidentally, alternative rock band Panic! at the Disco released their third album, also titled Vices & Virtues, four days prior. As of September 2014, Vices and Virtues has sold over 50,000 copies.
Seasons is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Sevendust. It would be the band's final album with TVT Records and was dedicated to the memory of Reginald Witherspoon and Dave Williams, the former was murdered in November 2002 and the latter died of cardiomyopathy in August 2002.
Seasons was, for a time, the band's last album with Clint Lowery as he left in 2004. Lowery would return to Sevendust in March 2008.
A limited edition of Seasons was released. This includes a DVD featuring "Black" and other special features.
Lost and Found
Lost and Found is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Mudvayne. The album was released on April 12, 2005. The album had major success in the U.S., debuting at number 2 and being certified Gold by the RIAA shortly afterward. It has sold about 1,000,000 copies as of August 2014 and is the band's most successful album to date.
From One is the first major label album by American rock band Ra, released on October 22, 2002. It features the band's hit single, "Do You Call My Name", which had a music video and was followed by their second single, "Rectifier". From One reached number 154 on the Billboard 200. Universal Music Group originally hosted a listening party so that people could listen to the entire album before it was released.
The first track "Do You Call My Name" was featured during the introduction and before commercial breaks during the 2006 NFL Draft on ESPN, as well as video games MX Unleashed and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003. It also was used as an entrance theme for a wrestler Shawn Daivari during his Ring of Honor days, in addition to Ophidian as a singles theme on the independent circuit, most notably in Chikara Pro. The second track "Rectifier" was featured on the game Project Gotham Racing 2. Ra was featured as Artist of the Month on antimusic.com. Keavin Wiggins named From One the top album of the decade.
Full Circle is the fourth studio album by American post-grunge band Creed, released on October 27, 2009. It was Creed's first release since disbanding in June 2004, prior to the release of their Greatest Hits compilation album in November 2004, and was their first studio album since Weathered in November 2001, as well as their first with their original bass guitarist Brian Marshall since his departure in August 2000. The record was produced by Howard Benson. The album was completed on July 31, 2009, as announced by Scott Stapp. The album cover was revealed through the band's official e-news on August 4, 2009. The album had three music videos created for it: "Overcome" and "Rain" in 2009, and "A Thousand Faces" in 2010.
Places For Breathing
Places for Breathing is the first studio album by American post-grunge band Revis. Released in May 2003 on Epic Records, it was recorded in 2002 at NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood. The album features the singles "Caught in the Rain" and "Seven" and debuted at number one on Billboard's Heatseekers chart.
End of Silence
End of Silence is the debut album by the Christian alternative metal band Red, released on June 6, 2006. According to Billboard, the album made it up to position 194 on its top 200 album chart. This is the only Red album to feature drummer Hayden Lamb.
Guitarist Jasen Rauch explained that "Breathe Into Me" is about "'falling,' finally reaching the end of our rope, where we realize at last... we need God."
The album was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album at the 49th Grammy Awards.
The Moment (Digital Deluxe)
The Moment is Framing Hanley's debut studio album, originally released in 2007, and re-released in 2008.
Course Of Nature
Endangered Species is the second studio album by American nu metal
band Flaw. It was released on May 4, 2004. The album debuted at #42 on the Billboard 200 chart.
As explained by vocalist Chris Volz, the fairly lengthy delay between the release of Through the Eyes and Endangered Species was the result of 18 months of touring and, sequentially, the band's desire to not hastily release an album without being happy with its contents. This album marked a change in the band's sound, completely eliminating rapping from their signature style.
After the band's breakup, pre-production demos for majority of the songs on the album, in addition to 7 unreleased tracks, were made available on the internet. They were quickly taken offline after Universal had words with the webmaster of the site that had illegally distributed the tracks. The webmaster was allowed by the band to put the tracks online, but he did not have the legal rights to do so from Universal. The differences between the demo and final versions are mostly lyrical, though "Medicate" has entirely different lyrics and a different riff in the bridge.
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