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Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire
Start with a Strong and Persistent Desire is the debut album by English alternative rock band Vex Red. It was released on 4 March 2002 through I Am records. The album charted at number 48 on the UK Albums Chart and also spent two weeks on the chart. Two singles were released from the album. "Itch" was released in 2001, followed by "Can't Smile" in 2002 which reached number 45 in the UK Singles Chart.
The album was produced by nu metal producer Ross Robinson, who also signed the band to his Virgin Records imprint "I Am" in the early 2000's
One Minute Science
One Minute Science is the debut studio album from the British industrial music/hard rock band Sunna.
The Album was released on 15 August 2000 in the United States on the Astralwerks label and on 6 November 2000 in the United Kingdom on the Melankolic label. Three singles were released for the album "O.D" "Power Struggle" and "I'm Not Trading".
Crave is the second album from the band Cyclefly, released on 8 April 2002. The album, originally called Tales from the Fish Bowl, had a vote by fans to decide the album art.
Hell is for Heroes
Hell is for Heroes
Hell Is for Heroes is the third album from Hell Is for Heroes, and was released on June 11, 2007 on Golf Records.
Finelines is the debut album released in 2001 by the British alternative rock band My Vitriol. The album spawned five singles and reached 24th on the UK Albums Chart and received critical acclaim. The album features an alternative rock sound. Exclaim! compared the sound to the genres shoegazing and grunge. with inspirations from Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine and Foo Fighters.
Ideas Above Our Station
Ideas Above Our Station is the first studio album by the English alternative rock band, Hundred Reasons, released on May 20, 2002, on Columbia Records. The album reached #6 in the UK album chart and is the band's most commercially successful album to date.
In 2012, the band got together after a three-year break to celebrate the album's ten-year anniversary.
Racecar Is Racecar Backwards (Tenth Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Racecar Is Racecar Backwards is the debut full-length album by the British rock band Reuben. It was recorded between July and November 2003, and was produced by Jason Wilson at Stakeout Studios when it was based in Chobham. The album's third single, "Freddy Krueger", placed 53rd on the UK Singles Charts and is the band's most recognized song.
Race car is race car
See This Through And Leave
The Cooper Temple Clause
See This Through and Leave is the debut album by The Cooper Temple Clause.
It was released as a CD, a limited edition double CD, an international CD, and a 7" boxed set, along with two promo CDs.
The title of the album comes from a lyric in the track "Murder Song".
The liner notes give 'thanks' to Five and Westlife "for their ongoing financial support". This is a humorous reference to the fact that The Cooper Temple Clause shared a record label with the two popular boy bands, who could be seen to have helped finance this album.
It reached No. 28 in the UK charts.
Majority Of One
Number One Son
Arc Tan Gent
arc'tan'gent is the third album by British metal band earthtone9, released by the Copro label on 25 September 2000.
The album received near-universal critical acclaim on its release. It was rated #16 in both Metal Hammer and Rock Sound magazines' "Albums of 2000" polls, and #24 in Terrorizer's equivalent poll. It was also voted #79 by the readers of Kerrang! in their 2005 readers' poll of the 100 best British rock albums ever.
Tale of 2 Cities
The Kennedy Soundtrack
True Crown Foundation Songs
The Lucky Nine
The Scene is Dead
This Is Menace
They Came From The Sun
They Came From the Sun is the second and last album by British post-hardcore band Yourcodenameis:Milo. The album was released on 2 April 2007 under V2 Records. The song "Understand" was originally called 'Second Mater Responds' in relation to the song 'First Mater Responds' which featured on their mini-album "All Roads to Fault". The title was changed to 'Understand' shortly before the album's release.
Videos were made for the singles, "Understand" and "I'm Impressed". "Translate" was released as a free download from the band's website with downloadable artwork.
Man vs Monster
Fighting With Wire
Man vs Monster is the debut album from Northern Ireland trio Fighting with Wire, which was released on 10 March 2008. The band launched their album tour at the Nerve Centre in their home town, Derry on 1 December 2007.
Rock Sound placed the album at No. 71 on their Top 75 Albums of 2008 list.
Random Acts of Intimacy
Random Acts of Intimacy is the debut album by Scottish rock band, Sucioperro, released on 12 June 2006 by Captains of Industry.
Phoenix The Best Of
Phoenix: The Best of InMe is a greatest hits collection put together from the British band InMe's first four albums spanning 8 years from 2002 to 2010. It was released on 27 September 2010.
No Push Collide
Sinch is the first major label release created by the American alternative metal group Sinch, which the band made shortly after being signed to Roadrunner Records.
Featuring a deliberately abrasive yet also melodic sound, the album notably includes "Something More", the band's first major single.
One Lie Fits All
One Minute Silence
One Lie Fits All is the third album from One Minute Silence. It was released on 7 July 2003. Produced by John Leckie, it was the band's last album before they announced their breakup in October 2003 and never enjoyed a supporting tour, unlike the two EP's which came during the anticipation for the album release.
The album was a marked progression from their previous rap metal style displayed on Available In All Colours the sound was much more refined and reflective in places. Although the album still had its epic tracks which the band were known for, especially live.
The Greatest Gift
Everyone Into Position
Everyone into Position is the second studio album by British progressive rock band Oceansize, released on 19 September 2005 on Beggars Banquet. The album marked the final appearance of bassist Jon Ellis.
According to vocalist/guitarist Mike Vennart: "at the beginning of 'Ornament/The Last Wrongs' there are all these weird ambient noises and what it was is that a friend of ours was in the Amazon jungle and recorded all these parrots. They sounded like kids laughing and shouting, not parrots."
The Lines Of Unreason
There Are No Happy Endings
Slaves To Gravity
United By Fate
United by Fate is the debut album from by post-hardcore band Rival Schools. The album was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Luke Ebbin.
To Cats We Go
Boy Hits Car
Boy Hits Car
Boy Hits Car is a 2001 album by the alternative metal band Boy Hits Car released on Wind-Up Records. It remains their most popular and well-known album, with "I'm A Cloud" being popular, and even making it into the soundtrack of some works in popular culture, such as Aggressive Inline.
Colour Of Fire
Remember the Day
Devolver (Track by Track Commentary)
The Pattern Of Self Design
Water & Solutions
The Best Of (Deluxe)
Hi-Fi Serious is the third studio album by British band A, released in 2002.
The name "Hi-Fi Serious" was derived from the name of the hi-fi electronics store Alan Partridge buys a Bang & Olufsen stereo from in the last episode of I'm Alan Partridge series 1. The tour in support of this album's release was called the 'Inner City Sumo' tour - another reference to I'm Alan Partridge.
The Apex Theory
Headspace is the first and only album from the group Pulse Ultra. The album was released on July 16, 2002, via Atlantic Records. "Build Your Cages" was the only single released from the album.
Demo's For The Family
Once Like a Spark
3 Colours Red
Revolt is the second album from U.K rock band 3 Colours Red.
It was recorded at Rockfield Studios with producer Dave Eringa and saw the band going for a more polished and commercial sound, it reached number 17 in the U.K album charts when it was released on Creation Records in 1999 but the band split at their peak after releasing only 2 singles from it, both entered the U.K top 40. An additional EP, Paralyse, was released prior to the album but was not eligible for the chart as the EP contained more than the maximum number of songs allowed.
One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours
One Day Son, This Will All Be Yours is the second studio album by British post-hardcore band Fightstar, released on 24 September 2007 through Institute Recordings, itself a subsidiary of independent label Gut Records. Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Matt Wallace, the album debuted at number twenty seven on the UK Albums Chart and was preceded by the free downloadable single, "99" and first official single, "We Apologise for Nothing". As with the bands debut album, Daniel Conway digitally painted the albums artwork.
The tracks "Unfamiliar Ceilings" and "H.I.P. " are both representations of Fightstar's continued interest in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. The former song title comes from a line that the protagonist, Shinji Ikari, speaks during the series. The latter is an acronym for "Human Instrumentality Project", the goal of the fictional secret society "Seele". The third single, "Deathcar", also contains two b-sides; namely "Nerv/Seele" and the track "Shinji Ikari", after the aforementioned character of the same name. Bass Player Dan Haigh is primarily responsible for bringing the influence of Evangelion to Fightstar.
Above The Noise
The Hardship Diaries
The Hardship Diaries is the debut full-length solo release from InMe frontman Dave McPherson. The album was released on April 10, 2011 through PledgeMusic and Graphite Records.
The first and only single from the album was "Summer: She Puts Me In a Good Mood".
The Fool (Special Edition)
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