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music list.


Panic! At The Disco.
The Offspring.
Blink 182.
Angels & Airwaves.
Good Charlotte.
Green Day.
Sum 41.
The Used.
My Chemical Romance.
Fall Out Boy.
Simple Plan.
Hawthorne Heights.
From First To Last.
Taking Back Sunday.
The Unseen.
System Of A Down.
Matchbook Romance.
The Get Up Kids.
Billy Talent.
Boy Kill Boy.
Kill Hannah.
Drop Dead, Gorgeous.
Scary Kids Scaring Kids.
30 Seconds To Mars.
The All-American Rejects.
Tegan && Sara.
Papa Roach.
She Wants Revenge.
Adam && Andrew.
Bullet For My Valentine.
Escape The Fate.
Iron Maiden.
Sex Pistols.
Blade Loki.
Andrew Landon.
The Killers.
Rookie Of The Year.

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kill hannah.

Kill Hannah was formed by singer-songwriter Mat Devine in 1994. Between 1996 and 2003, Kill Hannah self-released eight LPs, singles and EPs independently -- All of which quickly sold out of multiple pressings.

The ex-girlfriend of lead singer, Mat Devine, is the band's namesake. The two met at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois during Mat's single semester there. The two developed an intense and strange relationship, which ended in the same fashion. At the time, Mat was singing and playing guitar in a band called "In a Jar UK". After the fallout with Hannah, Mat printed up stickers to place on "In a Jar UK" 7" records bearing the name "Kill Hannah". Several hundred un-stickered versions are known to exist, with approximately 20 bearing the Kill Hannah sticker.

Kill Hannah recorded their Atlantic Records debut For Never and Ever in Los Angeles in the winter of 2003 with producer Sean Beavan (No Doubt, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails) and mixer Tim Palmer (U2, The Cure, Tears for Fears). The album was mostly re-recorded versions of back-catalog songs and numbers that had been performed live for about a year prior. The song "Kennedy" received a modest amount of radio play, and the band shot video for the song "Unwanted" but decided not to release it until 2006 as an Internet-only clip.

Through much of 2003 and 2004, Kill Hannah has toured separately with Chevelle, HIM, and The Sounds, while also opening for Evanescence, Jane's Addiction, Everclear, Eve 6, The All-American Rejects, Fuel, P.O.D., The Distillers, Story of the Year, Three Days Grace, Alien Ant Farm, The Buzzcocks, Andrew W.K., Trapt, and many others. The single "Kennedy" debuted at #2 on modern rock radio, was performed on "Last Call with Carson Daly", and featured on such hit television shows as Jack & Bobby, One Tree Hill, and North Shore.

Kill Hannah signed with Atlantic Records in late 2002, and are currently supporting on the tour Cursing in Braille with Mindless Self Indulgence. The band has finished recording their second album, which is called "Until There's Nothing Left For Us" for Atlantic Records, scheduled for release in August 2006.

Mat Devine- vocals, guitar
Jonathan Radtke- guitar
Dan Wiese- guitar
Greg Corner- bass
Garrett Hammond- drums, currently taking time off for his family, will return
Joe Babiak- temp. touring drummer

the disco

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Panic! at the Disco is a rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada with pop punk and electronica elements, whose 2005 debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out made the Billboard 200 album chart's album of the day, selling more than 400,000 copies to date.

The band was first formed in the suburbs of Las Vegas by childhood friends Ryan Ross on guitar and Spencer Smith on drums. The duo would originally play blink-182 covers until they recruited fellow schoolmates Brent Wilson on bass and Brendon Urie on vocals and guitar. Their name was taken from a line in the song Name Taken-Panic, in reference to a song of the same name by The Smiths.

In order to get their music heard, the band left comments through LiveJournal to Pete Wentz's (of Fall Out Boy), linking him to their PureVolume site. Wentz was so impressed that he drove to Las Vegas to meet them personally. Then he referred them to Fueled by Ramen Records, who signed them (while they were still in high school) to Wentz's imprint label Decaydance. They recorded their debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out in Bethesda, Maryland with producer Matt Squire, who had earlier produced Thrice.

Lately the band have attracted a considerable amount of publicity, especially with Spin magazine, naming them as their band of the day in early October 2005.[1] The band has also increased in popularity due to their online presence with PureVolume having them consistently in their Top 10 signed band list and reaching #1 on the MySpace chart.[2]

When A Fever You Can't Sweat Out was released, it debuted at #112 on the Billboard 200 album charts, at #6 on the Billboard independent chart, and #1 Billboard heatseaker chart, with nearly 10,000 in first week sales.[3] The band started their first North American tour, supporting Acceptance, Hellogoodbye and The Academy Is... in September 2005, as well as The Academy Is... in the United Kingdom in January 2006.

Panic! at the Disco were featured on MTV's TRL on January 17, 2006, where they premiered their music video for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", directed by Shane Drake. The group did not especially like the idea of appearing on TRL, due to the fact that a lot of fans would consider this move "mainstream". They posted a journal on their official website stating that it wasn't meant to happen, and they were against the idea and they apologize, but they received a lot of publicity as a result. The video for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", featuring Lucent Dossier Vaudeville Cirque, has an eerie circus wedding theme. It recently debuted at #10 on the TRL countdown, catapulting the album to the top of the Billboard independent chart and to #66 on the Billboard 200 in late April 2006.

Urie and Smith recently made a cameo appearance in Fall Out Boy's latest video for their single A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me", alongside William Beckett from The Academy Is....

Panic! at the Disco is currently touring in Europe and will be leading a North American tour with the Dresden Dolls and the Hush Sound. The tour begins on June 6, 2006 in Tucson, Arizona and runs through August 4, 2006, when the band will play the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago. They have also recently completed their very first headlining shows of the UK. All the dates were sold out, with some (notably the show in Manchester) sold out in hours.

Brendon Urie– vocals, guitar, keyboard
Ryan Ross– guitar, keyboard, backing vocals
Brent Wilson– bass
Spencer Smith– drums


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Angels & Airwaves (also known as AVA or AvA as seen in logos) is an alternative rock band created by blink-182 guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge alongside former Hazen Street and Box Car Racer guitarist David Kennedy, ex-Distillers bassist Ryan Sinn and Offspring drummer Atom Willard. The band released their first single, "The Adventure," on May 18, 2006. Their debut album, We Don't Need to Whisper, was released on May 23, 2006.

According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, DeLonge trademarked the name "Angels and Airwaves" on June 24, 2005 amidst the lingering confusion of blink-182's abruptly announced "indefinite hiatus". DeLonge quickly recruited friends and fellow musicians David Kennedy, Ryan Sinn and Atom Willard to round out the band's roster.

In an interview with British magazine Kerrang!, DeLonge commented about the band's beginning: "Just before all the blink-182 shit happened when we were in Europe, I had a really weird epiphany. My heart was beating about a hundred miles a minute for three weeks straight and it had never happened to me before in my life. I really felt like I'd been touched by something and I felt I was meant to do something massive."[1]

Angels and Airwaves' logoIn addition to the corresponding release of the album, the band is currently working on a movie involving the band's music. The World War II-based movie is being created primarily through the use of CGI. This "story" is apparently based upon Tom's life and will give viewers insight into the hiatus of blink-182. Currently, the only known cast member is Michael Ostman.

Originally, "Valkyrie Missile" was slated for release iTunes on December 13, 2005, DeLonge's 30th birthday. However, due to discussions with their record label, Geffen, the band decided to push the release date back to a later date. Instead, the Angels and Airwaves website produced the first ever glimpse at the movie currently in production, a 1-and-a-half minute long trailer featuring portions of the delayed song.

The band released a music video for "The Adventure," as well as a short film for "It Hurts" that was released via the band's official website. Both are short sci-fi films and carry a chronological order. "The Adventure" comes before "It Hurts" and the films follow the cast's struggle through an unfamiliar world.

The band's full-length tour involving Taking Back Sunday has started, numerous one-stop dates have been played with the likes of My Chemical Romance, Lostprophets and Atreyu. The band also played on The Late Show with David Letterman on May 15.

Currently the band is on tour in the U.S. and Canada with Taking Back Sunday, Head Automatica, and The Subways. It has been announced that the band has plans to tour Japan and Australia early 2007.

On May 26, 2006 "We Don't Need To Whisper" was certified gold in Canada. The album has also gone silver in the U.K.

"Do It For Me Now" will be released in the US as the second single and "It Hurts" will be released in the UK as the second single at the same time. The music video for "It Hurts" is in fact the short-film released on April 18th and was available to select on the UK music television channel Kerrang!.

The Gift will be the third short film according to the band's myspace. They are planning to release a short film for every song.

At their concert in San Diego, CA on July 23, Tom said to the crowd that their performance of Distraction would be broadcasted live on CNN's "Larry King Live", although this wasn't ever confirmed.

During live performances, Tom plays covers of two smash hits recorded by Blink 182 and Boxcar Racer. These are 'Down' and 'There Is'. He plays 'Down' using a riff from the intro of 'The Adventure'.


Tom DeLonge - lead Guitar, lead Vocals, programming
David Kennedy - rhythm guitar
Atom Willard - drums
Ryan Sinn - bass, keyboards, back-Up Vocals, tamborine (on 'Good Day')


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sum 41.

Sum 41 is a Canadian band from Ajax, Ontario. The band was formed from members of several local high school bands, 41 days into the summer of 1996. The band consists of Deryck Whibley (a.k.a. Bizzy D {lead vocals, guitar, keyboard/piano}), Jason McCaslin (a.k.a. Cone {bass and backing vocals}), and Steve Jocz (a.k.a. Stevo32 {drums and backing vocals}). Since signing a record deal with Island Records in 1999, the band has released 4 full length albums, 1 EP, and over 10 singles.

The members of Sum 41 started out in rival bands in high school. They joke that they met while attending a Hole concert 41 days into the summer (hence the name Sum 41) of 1996. However the current bassist, Cone, joined the band later in the year 1999, replacing Mark Spicoluk, who later played bass for Avril Lavigne, Deryck's fiancée.

The guys carried a video camera with them and filmed crazy Jackass-esque antics including, robbing a pizza place with water guns and performing a dance to "Makes No Difference" in front of an arena (both of which can be seen on both "Introduction to Destruction" and the bonus DVD from "Does This Look Infected?").

The band submitted the video footage along with their demo tapes to several record labels. Island Records, seeking a new pop-punk band in the blink-182 vein, signed Sum 41 in early 2000.

Sum 41 released their EP "Half Hour of Power" on June 27, 2000. The first single released by the band was "Makes No Difference", which had 2 different videos. The first was put together using the video clips sent into the record labels and the second had the band performing at a house party.

Deryck Whibley- lead vocals, guitar, keyboard, piano
Jason McCaslin- bass, backing vocals
Steve Jocz- drums, backing vocals


matchbook romance.

Matchbook Romance is a pop-punk/alternative rock band, from Poughkeepsie, NY, formed in 1997. It consists of Andrew Jordan (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ryan "Judas" DePaolo (lead guitar, backing vocals), Ryan Kienle (bass), and Aaron Stern (drums). They released their first major album (Stories and Alibis) on Epitaph Records, spawning the singles "Promise" and "My Eyes Burn", as well as an EP (West For Wishing) on the same label, with the underground hit "The Greatest Fall Of All Time" (which just so happens to appear on the full length as well).

Matchbook Romance headlined the Epitaph Tour in early 2005, playing alongside their label mates Motion City Soundtrack, From First to Last, The Matches and Scatter the Ashes.

Voices, the band's second major album, was released on February 14, 2006, with the track Monsters as the first single. The video to the single can be viewed on the official website of the band.

Andrew Jordan- lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Ryan "Judas" DePaolo- lead guitar, backing vocals
Ryan Kienle- bass
Aaron Stern- drums


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Taking Back Sunday released a self-titled debut EP in 2001 with the original lineup (which included singer Antonio Longo and drummer Stevie D.), but received little attention or fanfare.

TBS's cover of the "Tell All Your Friends" Demo.Following a change of lineup, their follow up album, Tell All Your Friends produced by Sal Villanueva and Chris Woodruff on March 26, 2002 released on Victory Records.

TBS's cover of "Tell All Your Friends".It was recorded in New Jersey's Big Blue Meanie Recording Studios. The album gave the band a first taste of success through the single, "Cute Without the 'E' (Cut from the Team)" (which was teamed with a Fight Club inspired promo video). Since then, they have played with bands such as Brand New and The Used, as well as a short stint on the 2003 Vans Warped Tour. Another change in their lineup occurred when singer/guitarist John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper left the band and formed what is now Straylight Run. Because of these departures, the band's future was in doubt for some time. However, with the additions of guitarist/vocalist Fred Mascherino and bassist Matt Rubano, the band would move on.

TBS's cover of "Where You Want To Be".2004 proved to be successful for Taking Back Sunday, with the band opening for Blink-182 and being one of the main headliners for the Vans Warped Tour. In addition, their second album, titled Where You Want To Be was released on July 27, 2004 (also on Victory Records). This album had a different sound to their previous one. Propelled by the single "A Decade Under the Influence", Where You Want to Be went on to debut at the #3 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with sales of around 163,000 copies. Taking Back Sunday received even more mainstream exposure by appearing (on the day of Where You Want to Be's release) on the late night talk shows Jimmy Kimmel Live and Loveline, and by contributing the song "This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)" to the soundtrack for Spider-Man 2. They have also contributed the song "Your Own Disaster," to the 'Elektra' soundtrack and "Error Operator" to the Fantastic Four movie soundtrack.

TBS's cover of "Louder Now".They recently produced their third album in Los Angeles, entitled "Louder Now" released by Warner Brothers Records (My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park). It was released on April 25, 2006. It nearly mirrors the first two albums in style and message, yet delivers with a more polished sound. Louder Now was leaked onto the Internet in its entirety on April 19, 2006. Taking Back Sunday received mainstream exposure by appearing on the late night talk shows Jimmy Kimmel Live and Late Night With Conan O'Brien.

In April 2006 Taking Back Sunday took part in the 2-day "Give It A Name" indoor rock festival in England, playing at Manchester Evening News Arena on Saturday April 29th and London Earls Court on Sunday April 30th. During the second song of their set at the Earls Court show, Adam Lazzara accidentally knocked out Matt Rubano with his microphone. Rubano later returned to the stage sporting a large head-bandage, and a noticeable amount of blood on his face. During his absence, the band carried on playing with the help of Aiden's guitarist Angel Ibarra. Following his return to the stage, Rubano continued to play while sitting down.

John Nolan- guitar, vocals
Shaun Cooper- bass
Jesse Lacey - bass, backing vocals
Antonio Longo- vocals, drums
Stevie D.- drums


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blink 182.

blink-182 was a Southern California, pop-punk band that was formed in 1992 by Tom Delonge, Mark Hoppus, and Scott Raynor in the northern San Diego suburb of Poway, California. Travis Barker replaced Raynor on drums in 1998, midway through blink-182's US tour. Barker and Delonge have both publicly announced blink-182's official disbandment.

The group was known for its catchy melodies, as well as for satirical, and sometimes profanity-laden toilet humour. Musically, the band played up-tempo songs with prominent major-chord harmonies, often digitally mixed, to provide a much cleaner sound than typical punk/rock recordings, which generally exhibit distortion and analogue mixes to achieve the opposite effect. The lyrical content of their songs, prior to their last album, were humorous and uplifting.

Although the band is labelled as Blink 182 on albums prior to Raynor's departure, the specific syntax for the band's current name is blink-182. The numbers 182 were added to the band's name to prevent a trademark conflict with an Irish pop/rock group, Blink

Tom DeLonge- guitar, vocals
Mark Hoppus- bass guitar, vocals
Travis Barker- drums

a fire inside

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AFI (A Fire Inside ) is a punk rock band from Ukiah, California, United States. AFI was formed in 1991 by Davey Havok (vocals), Mark Stopholese (guitar), Vic Chalker (bass) and Adam Carson (drums) in Ukiah, California as a four-piece Punk Rock outfit. Bassist Vic lost interest and was replaced by Geoff Kresge. Kresge left AFI eventually becoming part of the band Tiger Army (now plays for The Horrorpops) and the spot was filled by Hunter Burgan. Eventually, guitarist Mark Stopholese was replaced by Jade Puget, who at the time was in the band Loose Change.

AFI formed in 1991 when the members were attending high school in Ukiah, California. Adam Carson (drums) and Davey Havok (Vocals) first became friends after playing school soccer together. Adam used his brother's drum kit, Davey (a member of the school choir) exhibited talent as a singer even this early, and they were joined by guitarist Mark Stopholese. A Fire Inside made their first foray in recording with the EP "Dork" (1993), split with the band "Loose Change" featuring future AFI guitarist Jade Puget. Soon after, AFI broke up while its members moved to different colleges, including the University of California, Berkeley where Havok began a double major of English and Psychology and the University of California, Santa Barbara. The original bassist Geoff Kresge moved to New York where he played with the band "Blanks 77". After reuniting to perform a very successful live show, the members decided to drop out of college and play in the band full-time. Between 1993 and 1995 they released many independently made vinyl EP's ("Behind the Times", "Eddie's Picnic All Wet", "This is Berkeley, Not West Bay", "AFI/Heckle", and "Fly in the Ointment"), and eventually released their debut full-length album Answer That and Stay Fashionable in 1995 on Wingnut Records, later re-released in 1997 on Nitro Records. Their second album, Very Proud of Ya, was released in 1996 by the Nitro Label, after which their bassist Geoff Kresge decided to leave the group for personal reasons. The bassist, Hunter Burgan (formerly of The Force) filled in for Kresge for the tour in support of Very Proud of Ya. He went on to help AFI record Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes and was subsequently invited to become the full time bassist.

After the recording of the A Fire Inside EP in 1998, Mark left the band to be replaced by guitarist Jade Puget, formerly of Redemption 87 and Loose Change, who was critical in forming the band's new sound over the following albums. Following on from the new approach they had taken on the aforementioned A Fire Inside EP (released on Adeline Records) the band recorded their Black Sails in the Sunset (Nitro 1999), a musical turning point. On this album, and the following All Hallow's EP (Nitro 1999), other EPs and the seminal The Art of Drowning album (Nitro 2000) their original hardcore roots were still quite apparent in their musical approach, but more 80s horror punk seemed to appear in the lyrics. Their next album, Sing the Sorrow was released on the much larger DreamWorks label on March 11, 2003. This album displays a different musical approach, and has lost some of the aggressive punk sound of previous albums. AFI's seventh album, Decemberunderground was released on May 29th, 2006 in the UK and June 6th, 2006 in the US. The album displayed an even larger change in sound for AFI, featuring many more electronic and new wave elements. AFI has covered a number of songs in thier career including: "Don't Change" by INXS, "Man In A Suitcase" by The Police, "Jack The Ripper" by Morrissey, "Head Like A Hole" by Nine Inch Nails, "The Hanging Garden" and "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure, "Today's Lesson" by Filth, "Last Caress", "Halloween" and "Demonomania" by The Misfits.

Davey Havok- vocals
Jade Puget- guitar, vocals
Hunter Burgan- bass
Adam Carson- drums


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the unseen.

The Unseen are a punk rock band that were formed in 1994 in Hingham, Massachusetts. Originally their lead singer was the star hockey player of their Hingham High School team, Marc Carlson. After he left the band they played as a four piece (see members).

The street punk quintet released their best-of compilation Totally Unseen: The Best Of The Unseen (Step One Records [England]) — which contains two previously unreleased tracks in June 2000. In the fall of 2004 The Unseen signed with HellCat Records. Mark Unseen , the lead singer, formed and currently runs ADD Records. He also joined the punk band A Global Threat as second lead singer, and recorded the full length "What the Fuck Will Change?" but later left to concentrate his efforts on The Unseen. For the release of their 2001 Album The Anger And the Truth "Chainsaw" re-accompanied the band in the studio to recorded the song No Evacuation (due to the fact that he was the original writer of the song). There has been much controversy reguarding the band and them becoming a "sell out" band. Many use the bands relationship with Benji of Good Charlotte, and among other things to support this. They have toured Europe, the United States, Japan, and parts of Mexico with many punk heavyweights. Since the departure of their rhythm guitarist Paul, the band has used many replacements on tour such as members from The Virus, Strike Anywhere, and F-Minus, however, as of yet none have joined the band permanently.


Mark Unseen- lead vocals
Tripp Unseen- bass, vocals
Scott Unseen- lead guitar, vocals
Pat Melzard- drums


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green day.

Green Day is a California band, consisting of Billie Joe Armstrong (lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar), Mike Dirnt (born Michael Pritchard; bass, backing vocals), and Tré Cool (born Frank Edwin Wright III; drums, percussion, backing vocals). Since their sixth album, Warning, the band has included close friend Jason White as a back-up guitarist. Their success has influenced other prominent pop-punk bands like Sum 41, My Chemical Romance and blink-182. According to RIAA, Green Day has sold about 50 million records worldwide including more than 21 million in the U.S. alone.

Their album Dookie has been certified diamond (10 million copies shipped) in the United States since its release in 1994. Their second best-selling album American Idiot, released in 2004 (a decade after Dookie), has been certified quadruple platinum in the U.S., has sold over eleven million copies worldwide, and won the 2005 Grammy Award for "Best Rock Album". In 2005, also, Green Day swept the MTV Video Music Awards, winning seven out of eight nominations: "Video of the Year," "Best Rock Video," "Best Group Video," "Best Direction," "Best Editing," "Best Cinematography" thanks to Andrew Westmoreland (all of which were for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"), and the "Viewer's Choice Award" for "American Idiot". In addition to their American Music Award for "Favorite Album" for American Idiot, Green Day won the 2006 Grammy Award for Record of the Year for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams." Green Day was also recently honored by the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy on March 19 with the San Francisco Chapter's 2006 Recording Academy Honor.

Billie Joe Armstrong- guitar, vocals
Tre Cool- drums, vocals
Mike Dirnt- bass guitar, vocals


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Good Charlotte is a punk pop pop rock band from Annapolis, Maryland that was formed in 1994 by Joel and Benji Madden. They took the name 'Good Charlotte' from a children's book: Good Charlotte: The Girls Of Good Day Orphanage by Carol Beach York. They have released three albums, most notably 2002's multiplatinum seller The Young and the Hopeless, which spawned the chart topping singles, "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," "The Anthem," and "Girls and Boys." The band's third and most recent album is 2004's The Chronicles of Life and Death. The band is fronted by twin brothers Benji and Joel Madden, born in Waldorf, Maryland. Other members of the band include their friends Billy Martin and Paul Thomas.

Good Charlotte's frontmen, identical twins Joel and Benji Madden, were born on March 11, 1979 to a middle class family in Waldorf, Maryland. Their mother raised them with a strict, devout Christian up-bringing. Their father left the family when the twins were 16 years old, causing financial problems for the twins, their mother, older brother, and younger sister. For a short period of time the twins had to work as shampoo boys in a salon. Benji and Joel cite their older brother Josh Madden for introducing them to rock music by bands such as Rancid and Social Distortion. After attending a Beastie Boys concert at the age of 16, Benji and Joel decided to start their very own band, although Joel had never sung before, and Benji had never played guitar. They started Good Charlotte in 1996 when they recruited childhood friends Paul Thomas (bass) and Aaron Escolopio (drums). They soon moved to Annapolis, Maryland where they were introduced to Billy Martin by a friend

After releasing an EP, entitled Another EP, in 1999, Good Charlotte released their first self-titled album in 2000, which was not a huge commercial success. Singles that were released from that album include "Little Things" and "Motivation Proclamation," and "Festival Song".

Aaron was the drummer in their debut album, Good Charlotte, before leaving the band in early 2001 to join the band Wakefield with his brother, Ryan. He was replaced with Dusty, who was just a temporary drummer, who had left the band before the recording of their second album, The Young and the Hopeless. As a result, veteran professional studio drummer Josh Freese plays for that album.

2002's The Young and the Hopeless was much more popular and marked the bands emergence into mainstream music. The single that made them famous, titled "Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous", topped charts around the globe. Singles that followed from that album included "The Anthem" ,"Girls and Boys", "Hold On" and "The Young and The Hopeless". The album received a 3x-platinum certification from the RIAA, landing the band on Saturday Night Live, the covers of Rolling Stone and Alternative Press, a two page feature in the New York Times, and spots on CNN and The Today Show. Good Charlotte were also hugely popular on MTV, where the Madden Brothers once served as hosts on the late night music video show "All Things Rock." Their music videos were favorites on both MTV and MTV2, with "The Anthem" going on to receive the "Viewers Choice Award" on MTV's 2003 Video Music Awards.

Chris Wilson was the band's drummer for their third album, The Chronicles of Life and Death, which was released in 2004. The singles released from that album include "Predictable", "I Just Wanna Live", "We Believe" and "The Chronicles of Life and Death". This album was considered a departure from their previous 2 albums. In May 2005, Chris left the band for personal health reasons.[1]. Benji also told Kerrang! magazine that Chris leaving the band was the worst part of 2005 for him.

Their most recent "Noise to the World Tour" with Simple Plan featured Dean Butterworth, who has previously played with Morrissey, as the band's current temporary drummer.

Joel Madden- vocals
Benji Madden- rhythm guitar, backup vocals
Billy Martin- lead guitar, keyboards
Paul Thomas- bass


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Joe Trohman and Pete Wentz were friends, and met Stump at a convention bookstore. After listening to some of Stump's tracks on, they thought his tenor voice would be a good match to the band that was already forming. Lead singer and guitarist Chris Envy of the Maverick Records' band Showoff briefly joined the band in 2002 when the other member's of Showoff broke off to create The Fold [1].

While Wentz is the chief lyricist for the band, Patrick Stump is its "musical engine,"[1] putting Wentz's lyrics to music and arranging the tunes.

While still unnamed, the band asked the audience at a college show what their band should be called, and an audience member yelled out "Fallout Boy," the name of superhero Radioactive Man's sidekick on the animated TV show The Simpsons. The band claim that, at the time, they were unaware of the character.

Producers of the Simpsons were amused by the story of the origins of the band's name, which they discussed on the commentary to the Season 7 DVD set.

The band landed its first success in 2003 with the EP Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend, released on Uprising Records [2]. with singles such as "Pretty In Punk" and "Short, Fast, And Loud" receiving airplay on FUSE and mtvU. Fall Out Boy then signed with Fueled By Ramen and released Take This To Your Grave, which eventually achieved Gold status with help from strong singles like "Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy". That same year, they signed with Island Records. Before moving on to their next album-length release, Fall Out Boy released their acoustic EP My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue, which included a DVD, in 2004.

In 2005, the band's stability was threatened when Wentz over-dosed on anxiety medication Ativan in an ostensible suicide attempt [1]. On May 3, 2005, released their major label debut From Under The Cork Tree[2], which debuted on the Billboard charts at #9, selling over 70,000 copies in its first week, and soon achieving Double Platinum status. Their breakout single "Sugar, We're Goin' Down," peaked at #8 on the Billboard "Hot 100" charts and reached #1 on MTV's TRL, where the video was retired. The video also won the MTV2 Award at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. The band was nominated for "Best New Artist" at the 2006 Grammy Awards.

In 2006, Fall Out Boy appeared on the cover of Britain's NME magazine for the week beginning April 17, and were credited with staging "a punk rock revolution"

Fall Out Boy are expected to begin the process of recording a new record in June of 2006

Andy Hurley
Patrick Stump
Joe Trohman
Peter Wentz


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the offspring.

The Offspring (sometimes known as simply Offspring) is an American punk band from Orange County, California that originally formed in 1984. The band now consists of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dexter Holland, lead guitarist Kevin 'Noodles' Wasserman, bassist Greg Kriesel (known as Greg K), and Atom Willard on drums. Although they are primarily a punk rock and pop-punk group, they have been known to dabble in other genres such as ska, grunge, and even alternative metal.

Bryan Keith "Dexter" Holland- vocals, rhythm guitar
Greg Kriesel- bass, backing vocals
Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman- lead guitar, backing vocals (since 1985)
Atom Willard- drums (since 2003) - also plays in Angels and Airwaves


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My Chemical Romance is an American Rock band hailing from New Jersey. The current members of My Chemical Romance are brothers Gerard Way (lead vocals) and Mikey Way (bass), Bob Bryar (drums), Frank Iero and Ray Toro (guitar). While some consider them to be emo, the band (and many of their listeners) denies it. In a recent interview[1] lead singer Gerard Way said "I dont think Emo ever fit us...even in the beginning...maybe geographically but at that time, when we would play VFW halls...we were always odd man out." The band's genre is often debated, but they generally combine elements of Pop Punk, Post-Hardcore and Screamo. Their sound has been described by Rolling Stone as "Queen meets The Misfits." The band cites their main influences as The Misfits, Morrissey/The Smiths, Iron Maiden, Thursday, The Cure, and Queen[2].

Growing up, they were also very influenced by horror films and comic books, and therefore their music, lyrics, and image all have overt elements of fantasy, storytelling, horror, and theatricality. Some other bands/artists that the band has claimed to have made an impact on their music are Black Flag, Nirvana, Ozzy Osbourne, and The Smashing Pumpkins. The band members hail from Belleville and Kearny, New Jersey, except drummer Bob Bryar, who is from Chicago, Illinois. Bassist Mikey Way coined the band's name from a book entitled Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance, by Irvine Welsh.

The band was formed by frontman Gerard Way and ex-drummer Matt Pelissier. The first song they wrote was Skylines and Turnstiles, which was written by Gerard about his feelings on September 11th. Shortly after, Ray Toro, Mikey Way (Gerard's brother) and Frank Iero would join the band.

The band then recorded their first album, I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, and released it in 2002 on Eyeball Records. When I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love was made, they had only been a band for about three months. Frank Iero had joined My Chemical Romance only days before the band hit the recording studio for their debut album. After the release, they toured with bands such as Underoath, The Used, Thrice, and Taking Back Sunday.

Gerard Way- lead vocals
Mikey Way- bass
Frank Iero- rhythm guitar, backup vocals
Ray Toro- lead guitar, backup vocals
Bob Bryar- drums


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the used.

The Used is a Rock band from Orem, Utah, United States. Their self-titled debut album The Used has so far sold nearly 200,000 copies and counting. The band later released Maybe Memories, a live album featuring the songs from their self-titled album and previously unreleased home demos that also included live footage and interviews on DVD. They released their second album In Love and Death through Warner Bros. Records, on September 28, 2004. Their third album is due out in 2006.

The Used formed in Utah in 2000 where they created a home studio together to record demo material.

Originally, Jeph Howard (Now the bassist) was the lead singer. A few months after forming, they recruited Bert McCracken for his powerful voice. Jeph still contributes to the back-up vocals in various Used songs.

Orem and neighboring city Provo didn’t offer much in the way of paying gigs. When the band did manage to land a show, they often weren’t invited back. "Everywhere we played, people wouldn't let us back because the way we play, I don't know...we kinda...I think it would frighten some people," drummer Branden Steineckert explains. "It's just us goin' off, and it's too much, the puke and the blood and things like that."

The band also struggled with personal problems. They faced homelessness, poverty, and drug addiction. Music proved to be a way out. "You're held down so long and told what to do," says Steineckert. "You're supposed to fit in this fuckin' mold all the time. Music is your one place to break out and just say fuck it all, do what you want, be the person you are with no fuckin' rules."

The band released their self-titled first album in June 2002. Recorded in both John Feldmann’s home studio and Olympic Studios in London, it has since sold over 200,000 copies. Singles include “A Box Full of Sharp Objects,” “The Taste of Ink,” “Buried Myself Alive,” and “Blue and Yellow.”

The Used’s sophomore album, In Love and Death, released September 2004, was also produced by John Feldmann (of California-based punk act Goldfinger) and was recorded in his Los Angeles home. Singles include "Take It Away," "I Caught Fire," and "All That I've Got."

The Used toured extensively, including the 2002 Ozzfest, the 2002 Vans Warped Tour, the 2003 Vans Warped Tour, Linkin Park’s Projekt Revolution Tour, the Taste of Chaos tour and most recently a fall 2005 tour (with Glassjaw) throughout August and September. In March 2005, The Used sold all 5,500 tickets for their only Australian headline concert in Sydney in just one hour. Also featured in the Crusty Demons 10th Anniversary tour in 2005.

They won Best International Band at the Metal Hammer awards in June 2005.

The Used also made a Christmas single called "Alone This Holiday", featured on the Taste Of Christmas compilation album. They are working on their new album.

Bert McCracken- lead vocals, pano, keyboard (when necessary)
Branden Steineckert- drums, backup vocals
Jeph Howard- bass, backup vocals
Quinn Allman- guitar, backup vocals

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