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The seventh day of the week aka Sunday has been delegated for centuries as the worship of the sun or godsun/godson. Devotees have performed various rites in veneration of the Sol deity and Christians have observed traditional prayers and worship by going to church. However, one musical entity decided on the eve of the new millennium that they also wanted some of that devotion and dedication coming their way. Taking Back Sunday emerged as a fusion of alternative rock, pop punk, emo and post-hardcore genres and has been commanding their legions of fans for more than a decade. Claim some Taking Back Sunday tickets to have your auditory senses thrashed by their hard-edged sound.
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After having dabbled in the Long Island music scene throughout the nineties, Eddie Reyes finally geared up to take charge and formed Taking Back Sunday in 1999. Eddie soon reeled in Jesse Lacey as guitarist, who in turn landed John Nolan as the vocalist and second guitarist. Members from other broken-up bands soon followed. However some reshuffling was in order and Jesse's exit was followed by Adam Lazzara's induction. After rounding up a five-piece act, Taking Back Sunday completed their self-titled EP as well as another one by the name of Lullaby and released it themselves in 2001. However, their mainstream foray commenced with the release of ‘Tell All Your Friends’ the following year. The album charted on the Billboard 200 and besides going top-ten on the US Indie Albums chart, was certified gold. Yet, the best was yet to come and their 2004 studio release ‘Where You Want to Be’ peaked at number 3 on Billboard 200 and topped the US Independent Albums chart and was also certified gold. The single 'A Decade Under the Influence' became a minor hit, going top-twenty on the US Alternative Songs chart.
The commercial success of Where You Want to Be led towards their being signed on to Warner Brothers in the summer of 2005 and resulted in their third studio album ‘Louder Now’. Having been produced by Eric Valentine who had also worked with Third Eye Blind and Queens of the Stone Age, the record peaked at the number 2 on both Billboard 200 and the US Rock Albums chart and also earned a gold certification. It scored two Billboard Hot 100 hits in 'MakeDamnSure' and 'Liar (It Takes One to Know One)'. The opening track 'What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?' also piggybacked on the popularity of the hit teen drama ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ by having its name as the title of a two-part episode as well as being featured on the show courtesy an appearance of the band itself. You better make sure that you book some cheap Taking Back Sunday tickets.
Taking Back Sunday saw their 2009 album ‘New Again’ achieve top-ten success across several major charts such as Billboard 200, US Rock and US Alternative Albums. The track 'Sink Again' bumped itself up to the 10th spot on the US Alternative Singles chart. Towards the end of the 2000s, Taking Back Sunday underwent more upheavals as first guitarist Fred Mascherino dropped out in 2007 and three years later Matt Rubano and Mathew Fazzi departed, but then two of the band's founding members decided to come back the same year, namely John Nolan and Shaun Cooper. Hence, it was with this reincarnated lineup that Taking Back Sunday recorded their 2011 self-titled release and saw it chart in the top-twenty on Billboard 200 as well as go top-ten on the US Rock and US Alternative chart, reliving its predecessor's performance.
Taking Back Sunday has also asserted themselves in popular media, such as having their songs featured on blockbuster flicks such as 'This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)' on Spider-Man 2's soundtrack and 'Your Own Disaster' on Elektra's soundtrack. The band has been relentlessly touring since the onset of the 2000s and has performed at notable venues and occasions such as 2007's Live Earth, opening for punk rockers Blink-182 on their 2004 Vans Warped Tour and jammed alongside My Chemical Romance as part the Projekt Revolution tour of Linkin Park. Book some Taking Back Sunday tickets for asserting your musical faith in hardcore harmony. You are really going to feel born again!
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