A Day To Remember's For Those Who Have Heart album is turning 9 years old this month! They released For Those Who Have Heart on January 22, 2007 and this is ADTR's second album. This album is kind of thought of as the album that put ADTR in the attention of the public's eye. The album charted at number 17 on the Heatseekers Album Chart in the US, and "The Plot to Bomb The Panhandle" always comes to mind when you mention early A Day To Remember.
For us though, another comes to mind. Its actually a cover of Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone", which was featured on the re-release of the album that came in February 2008. That was actually the first song we ever heard by A Day To Remember, and we have very fond memories of finding them. That one lead us to the rest of the album, and the Homesick album, which came out in 2009.
Obviously we also really enjoy, "The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle", as well. Other favorites include, "The Danger In Starting A Fire", and "Monument."
This is a very good album, though we honestly think A Day To Remember has only gotten better from here. With each album, they just grow in their talents, and we think its wonderful.
If you're an A Day To Remember fan and would like to see them live, fear not! They will be playing all the big festivals in the US coming up soon. This includes the Self Help Festival, Fort Rock, Welcome To Rockville, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion, and Rock On The Range For further information, please visit the respective festival websites.
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