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The Audition - Self-Titled Album (2009)

13-09-2015, 19:39
Music | Rock | Alternative | Punk | FLAC / APE

The Audition - Self-Titled Album (2009)

Artist: The Audition
Title Of Album: Self-Titled Album
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Victory Records
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock, Alternative, Pop Punk
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 32:09 Min
Total Size: 248 Mb


01. The Running Man
02. The Way You Move
03. My Temperature’s Rising
04. Love With A Motive
05. Stand On Your Feet
06. It’s Gonna Be Hard (When I’m Gone)
07. Over My Head
08. Los Angeles
09. Everybody Is Someone Else’s Secret
10. Sign. Steal. Deliver

Drummer Ryan O'Connor and bassist Joe Lussa formed the core of punk-pop/emo hybridists the Audition in 2003, working with a revolving cast of early members to hone the band's sound and perform the material live. After recording a demo and playing shows with other Chicago-based acts like the Academy Is..., the Audition signed with Victory Records and issued a debut album, Controversy Loves Company, in September 2005. By that point, the band's lineup had shifted to include O'Connor, Lussa, guitarists Seth Johnson and Timmy Klepek, and vocalist Danny Stevens, all of whom hit the road to tour in support of the album. A sophomore effort, Champion, appeared in 2008 and cracked the Billboard 200 at number 157, a sign that the band had begun to attract a national following.

Self-Titled Album marked the band's third full-length release in 2009, the same year that founding member Joe Lussa left the lineup. Klepek deciding to handle bass duties in his absence, and the slimmed-down lineup made its debut in 2010 with Great Danger.

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