Saturday, May 30, 2009

Taking Back Sunday - DOTM

I told Dave that I would do up a Discography of the Moment of these guys for him. Here you go Dave!

First here are some TBS links for you:

Taking Back Sunday
Released independently in 2001.
Band lineup:
Antonio Longo - vocals; John Nolan - guitar; Eddie Reyes - guitar; Jesse Lacey - bass; Adam Lazzara - bass (on the song "One Way Conversation" only); Stevie D - drums (on the songs "Go On" and "Summer Stars" only); Mark O'Connell - drums.
Tracks: 6

Released independently in 2001.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 1

Tell All Your Friends
Released in March 2002 by Victory Records.
Produced by Sal Villanueva.
Adam Lazzara - vocals; Eddie Reyes - guitar; Mark O'Connell - drums; Shaun Cooper - bass; John Nolan - vocals, guitar.
Tracks: 11
"Cute Without the E" "Great Romances of the 20th Century" "You're So Last Summer" and "Timberwolves at New Jersey"

Where You Want To Be
Released in July 2004 by Victory.
Produced by Lou Giordano.
Lineup changes:
Fred Mascherino replaced John Nolan on guitar and Matt Rubano replaced Shaun Cooper on bass.
Tracks: 11
"A Decade Under the Influence" "This Photograph Is Proof" and "Set Phasers to Stun"

Louder Now
Released in April 2006 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Eric Valentine.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
"MakeDamnSure" "Twenty-Twenty Surgery" "Liar" "What's It Feel Like to be a Ghost" and "My Blue Heaven"

Notes from the Past
Compilation album released in October 2007 by Victory.
Tracks: 12

New Again
Released in June 2009 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by David Kahne, Matt Squire, and Jamie Siegel.
Lineup change:
Matthew Fazzi replaced Fred Mascherino on guitar.
Tracks: 11
"Sink Into Me"

Live from Bamboozle
Live album released in August 2009 by Warner Brothers.
Recorded in May 2009 at the Bamboozle Festival in New Jersey.
Tracks: 13

Live from Orensanz
Live album released in August 2010 by Warner Brothers.
Recorded in December 2009 at Angel Orensanz in New York City.
Tracks: 11

And here is a bonus. A video of the song "Liar" from the album Louder Now.

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