Archive for the 'Taking Back Sunday & All American Rejects' Category
Taking Back Sunday is an American rock band from Amityville, Long Island, New York, founded in 1999. The current members are vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist / backup vocalist Matthew Fazzi, guitarist Eddie Reyes, drummer Mark O’Connell and bassist / backup vocalist Matt Rubano. They released four studio albums, with their most successful being 2006′s Louder Now which has sold over 600,000 copies and reached number 2 in the U.S. Billboard 200, closely followed by Where You Want To Be which peaked at # 3 in 2004. TBS also had twelve singles, one Extended Play, a live album and compilation. “MakeDamnSure” is their high graphs on the same date, reaching 8 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart in 2006 and # 48 in Billboard Hot 100.Taking Back Sunday tickets originally formed in 1999 by Antonio Longo on vocals, Jesse Lacey (now lead singer and guitarist of Brand New) on bass and backing vocals, John Nolan (now lead singer and guitarist of Straylight Run) on guitar, Eddie Reyes (former guitarist Movielife) on guitar and Stephen DeJoseph on drums. Their first release was the Taking Back Sunday event EP. Nevertheless, in the middle of writing a mini-album, the band went through a list of changes. Lacey left the band to play for a lot Rookie and went on to great success with a completely new. He was replaced by Adam Lazzara, and Mark O’Connell replaced DeJoseph on drums. Five songs PA was released in February 2001, although available on the show, EP noted, never achieved success.
All-American Rejects consists of four parts of the American rock band from Stillwater, Oklahoma, founded in 1999. The band consists of vocalist and bassist Tyson Rittendicsuk, guitarist Nick Wheelersecks and Mike Kennerty and drummer Chris Gaylord.Their self-titled debut studio album, The All-American Rejects, was released in 2002, the production of the successful single “Swing, Swing”. The album was sold over a million records in the U.S. and went platinum in the RIAA.The second album, Move Along (2005), brought the group more mainstream success. Album released three hit singles, “but it Ends Tonight”, “Dirty Little Secret” and “Move Along”. “Dirty Little Secret” and “It Ends Tonight” reached the top ten Billboard Hot 100 with “Move Along” peaking at number 15. “Dirty Little Secret” and “Move Along” were also accredited double platinum status in over two million digital sales in the United States. Move Along album was certified double platinum itself in the U.S. by the RIAA. All-American Rejects tickets third album, when the world comes down, was released on December 16, 2008. The first single, “gives you hell” has received great attention at international level with the song of the peak number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 on the Pop 100 charts, as well as in the top twenty UK Singles Chart and number three on the Australian ARIA singles chart. In 2001, with producer Tim O’Hier they recorded their debut album, The All-American Rejects event, and released it along with a “Swing, Swing” at the end of 2002. Edmond, Oklahoma residents Mike Kennerty and Chris Gaylor joined shortly thereafter. They were then signed by DreamWorks Records, and both albums, and one was reprinted. “Swing, Swing” came on the Billboard Hot 100 at # 60 and # 8 on the chart Billboard Modern Rock Tracks, as well as the debut album peaked at # 25 in Billboard 200.