40 Shouts - 194,863 Scrobbles
Over the last half-decade, Baltimore, Maryland’s home-grown rock band, American Diary has found their way into the CD players and iPods of fans across the globe. In May of 2008, the guys, with their album “The Brightest Colors” in hand, embarked on what became eight months and over 44,000 miles of national touring, including the band's first run on the Vans Warped Tour. 14,000+ album sales later the guys set up shop in their hometown with the goal of bringing their newest record, “Theodore” (Coming 2010) to life.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Crush - (3:37) - 186 plays
- Life Without Living - (3:03) - 202 plays
- LyricsSleep in, call out, we go to class but not to pass, wake up to make up lines that etch their words to every seam, you see the thing your missing is, I'm so strung out, I'm so god damn addicted, that I panic to get these words out
Swing the mic around, you'll feel me in the crowd. Oh my god lets make a point to tear this place down. You cant help, we cant help, we cant help, but get caught up in this madhouse.
Ive stayed up half a year to compose every breathe and every line, I'm just killing time to tell a story of sleeping rare nights, moonlit street fights, locked in my bedroom with prescriptions to musicians that no doctor recommends. Ill die before I try to live a life thats the slightest bit different
- The Goodbye Celebration - (3:13) - 123 plays
- I Love You I Like You - (3:27) - 87 plays
- Liberationtoxication - (3:14) - 73 plays
- Life With Out Living - (3:03) - 72 plays
- Till Death Do Us Part - (3:49) - 40 plays
- Spotlight - (3:23) - 47 plays
- We Could Be Heros - (3:17) - 47 plays
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