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ALL TIME NO MONEY Emo kicks from 2006


Perth party starters All Time No Money are bringing a special night of noughties punk and emo to the Sewing Room this Friday, November 9. It’s all part of celebration of the late Kyle Pavone, frontman of We Came As Romans, and is set to have crowds singing along to those angsty anthems into the early hours. There’ll be a curated selection from all the favourites of the era, like We Came As Romans, Fall Out Boy, Simple Plan, Green Day, A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Panic! At The Disco, My Chemical Romance and more. To give us a taste of what’s in store, they’ve given us their top noughties tracks to get you in the mood for Friday night.

The Used – All That I’ve Got
All That I’ve Got is a song by The Used was released in December 2004 as the second single from their second studio album, In Love and Death. All That I’ve Got was dedicated to Bert McCracken’s dog, David Bowie, who was hit by a truck during the making of the album. An acoustic version was later released on iTunes and was used in the Saints Row 2 soundtrack.

Fall Out Boy – This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race

This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race by Fall Out Boy was the second single from their commercially successful third studio album Infinity on High. The music was composed by vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz, following the band’s songwriting approach which first began with some songs on their 2003 album Take This to Your Grave. Production was handled by Neal Avron, who also produced the band’s previous From Under the Cork Tree album. Commenting on the band’s decision to pick the track as a single, Wentz said “There may be other songs on the record that would be bigger radio hits, but this one had the right message.”

Story of the Year – Until The Day I Die

Until the Day I Die is the debut single by American rock band Story of the Year and was released to radio on August 12, 2003. The song received regular radio play, has been used in popular media extensively including in a trailer for the film Friday Night Lights.

The Getaway Plan – Where The City Meets The Sea. 

Where The City Meets The Sea is the lead single from the Australian rock band The Getaway Plan’s debut album Other Voices, Other Rooms. It reached #28 on the ARIA chart.

Hawthorne Heights – Ohio is for Lovers

Ohio Is for Lovers is a song by American rock band Hawthorne Heights. It was released as the debut single in 2004 from their debut full-length studio album, The Silence in Black and White. According to lead vocalist JT Woodruff, the song is about going on tour whilst leaving their girlfriends behind in Ohio. The song is frequently considered the band’s signature song and has been jokingly referred to as “The Emo Anthem” for its lyrical content. It peaked at #34 on the Billboard Alternative Songs Chart. When the music video for the song began getting airplay on MTV, it gave the band widespread popularity, resulting in The Silence in Black and White being certified gold in the United States.

All Time Low – Dear Maria, Count Me In

Dear Maria, Count Me In came from All Time Low’s second studio album So Wrong, It’s Right. It was released on May 6, 2008 as the album’s second single. The song became the band’s first to chart on a Billboard chart, reaching No. 86 on the Pop 100, and had a music video that aired frequently on MTV. The minor commercial success of the song contributed to All Time Low’s greater success with their follow-up album Nothing Personal in 2009. In 2011, the song was certified Gold by the RIAA for reaching 500,000 sales, and later Platinum in 2015 for reaching 1,000,000 units consumed.

Escape the Fate – Not Good Enough for Truth in Cliche

Not Good Enough for Truth in Cliché
is one of two singles from Escape The Fate’s first full album Dying Is Your Latest Fashion. It is a narration of an insane relationship that ends in the death of one of those involved.

Taking Back Sunday – MakeDamnSure

MakeDamnSure is a song by American rock band Taking Back Sunday. It was released as the first single from their third album, Louder Now. MakeDamnSure was released to radio on March 14, 2006. It has experienced much more success than the band’s other singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and Alternative Songs chart, peaking at #48 on the Hot 100 and #8 on the Alternative charts.

Simple Plan – Perfect

Perfect is the fourth and final single taken from Simple Plan’s debut album, No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls. The acoustic version of the song was featured on the soundtrack of the 2004 comedy film Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen which stars Lindsay Lohan. The album version was featured in the game Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 and was also used in an episode of Girlfriends.

My Chemical Romance – Welcome to the Black Parade

Welcome to the Black Parade is the first single and fifth track from My Chemical Romance’s third studio album, The Black Parade. It was released on September 11, 2006, on iTunes and October 9, 2006, on CD. The studio version was available on Myspace on September 2, 2006. It was named one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll. The music video for the single was recognized as MTV’s “Greatest Music Video of the Century” in 2017. The cover art of the single is the only artwork where the band appears, with the exception of the cover art for The Ghost of You, where they are shown as silhouettes.

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