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Q: What albums have the Used released in the past five years?
A: The Used issuedArtworkin
2009 andVulnerablein 2012.Artworkrose to the #10 spot on the Billboard 200, selling a total of 35,000 copies.
This group of punk metal rockers will blow you away with their electrifying, furious power riffs and lyrics.
With a unique, post-hardcore sound and long string of acclaimed albums, this hot band has fans showing up in droves to catch
a live gig of theirs.
The Used originally hails from Orem, Utah. Formed in 2001, this rock group
signed to Reprise Records that same year and shot to fame in June 2002 upon the release of their self-titled debut album.
Their second album,In Love and Death, came in September 2004, and their third album,Lies for the Liars, was issued in May
2007.Shallow Believer, an EP that featured most of the band's B-sides, was published in February 2008. The group spent the
better part of 2008 recording their fourth studio album,Artwork, which dropped on August 31, 2009. A fifth album, entitledVulnerable,
was released in March 2012 via the independent label Hopeless Records. Albums by The Used have garnered gold and platinum
statuses in more than six countries across the globe. By 2008, they had sold more than 3 million records internationally.
Used was founded in January 2001, originally comprised of members Branden Steineckert, Quinn Allman, and Jeph Howard. They
had already cut several songs, but did not have lyrics and needed a vocalist. The group held auditions at Howard's residence,
but had trouble finding a satisfactory vocalist, describing the auditions as "terrible." Finally, Allman invited Bert McCracken
to become the band's vocalist. In the band's early days, its members suffered from poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse,
panhandling for change so they could buy food. The Used finally scored a deal withReprise Records in late 2001.
band's self-titled debut album was issued on June 25, 2002 to a stream of upbeat reviews. The disc spawned four singles: "A
Box Full of Sharp Objects," "The Taste of Ink," "Buried Myself Alive," and "Blue and Yellow," with the latter three climbing
the charts. The Used later played at the Warped Tour, Ozzfest, and Projekt Revolution, in addition to Box Car Racer's first
and only tour. While on these tours, they hired a touring guitarist named Greg Bester. However, Bester was later forced to
go back to his home country when he could not obtain a working visa. The band scored much recognition when Bert McCracken
started dating Kelly Osbourne. In July 2003, The Used put out a compilation CD/DVD combo package calledMaybe Memories. The
CD contains live, rare, previously unreleased tracks and demo songs, while the DVD discusses the history of the band and features
part of a live concert.Maybe Memorieshas achieved platinum certification.
In 2004, lead singer McCracken's ex-girlfriend
died from a drug overdose while pregnant with his child. The band's second full-length album was thus titledIn Love and Death,
referring to the tragedy McCracken experienced during the recording.In Love and Deathwas released to mostly positive reviews,
and yielded three singles: "Take It Away," "All That I've Got," and "I Caught Fire." The album has achieved gold certification.
Used issued their third album, Lies for the Liars, on May 22, 2007. That year, the group was the headlining act at the Give
It a Name festival. In June, the band performed at the MuchMusic Video Awards for the first time ever, and scored a nomination
for Best International Group Video, for their song "The Bird and the Worm." The band went on to play the Reading and Leeds
festivals in August, and embarked on a tour across the United States in September. Lies for the Liars landed in the top five
in seven countries, and yielded four singles: "The Bird and the Worm," "Liar Liar (Burn in Hell)," "Pretty Handsome Awkward,"
Two albums by the Used, the self-titled album andIn Love and Death,have both
been certified gold in the US.