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THESE GUSY ARE SO AMAZING!! FOUR AMAZING ALBUMS AND NOW THIS?!!?! HOW'S THIS EVEN POSSIBLE?! THESE GUYS ARE ANGELS, KINGS, AND SCHOLARS.

Amazing!

I love The Audition, all the way back to their Controversy Loves Company album. I can't believe how underrated they are, Danny's voice is amazing! They need to be much bigger than they are, and I would love to see them on tour sometime. This album completely exceeded my expectations and they haven't lost their style at all. They're so original and I absolutely love this EP!

Incredible and slightly different

I can't tell what, but it's like they're more fluid. Love this band, theyre amazing

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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Chapter II - EP, The Audition
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Feb 14, 2012

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