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Common Courtesy

A Day to Remember

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Amazing

This band has been through hell and back, and you can tell by just listening to their music. By far my favorite album.

Best of 2013.

After hearing this album, I thought to myself, "When it's all said and done, ADTR will be remembered as one of the most important bands of all time."

How many bands that are not played on conventional radio, can bring in 7,000 fans to a show they're headlining? I can't even think of another one.

The quality of this album is unreal. Andrew Wade is a genious at the top of the game.

There is a variety of songs that will please any listener.

Common Courtesy is. a. game. changer.

Worth it 👌😁

Best album yet, so worth it!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Ocala, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Day to Remember were formed in 2003 and mix emo, hardcore, and metal into a blend affectionately referred to by their fans as "pop mosh." Hailing from Ocala, Florida, vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, guitarists Neil Westfall and Tom Denney, bassist Joshua Woodard, and drummer Bobby Scruggs financed their first EP themselves, then signed with Indianola Records for the release of their full-length And Their Name Was Treason in spring 2005. The record went on to sell over 8,000 copies through word of mouth...
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