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Dashboard Confessional's latest or related album is MTV Unplugged (Bonus DVD)
Which is released on 2002-12-17 from record company Vagrant Records.
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Dashboard Confessional's Not OK Computer: Studio Snafu Destroyed Their Album, Band in Limbo - Source: Spinner It's been three years since Dashboard Confessional released their last album, but don't expect one to pop up on the immediate horizon.
Paper (AKA Dashboard Confessional's Mike Marsh), 'Turn Your Radio Off' -- Song Premiere + Free Download - Source: Spinner Dashboard Confessional may have released some of emo's most pivotal pop records, but drummer Mike Marsh has a different agenda.
Dashboard Confessional at Daytrotter Studio May 13, 2011 - Source: Daytrotter It's a staggering thing to think about how far Chris Carrabba's words have taken him over the years, what they've done for him, how much they've been there for the guy in his times of need, and his times of want.
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Dashboard Confessional was started in 2000, by Chris Carrabba in Boca Raton, Florida, as a side project from his band Further Seems Forever. Chris recorded his first album, The Swiss Army Romance, in 2000. The following year, he recorded Further Seems Forever’s debut album The Moon Is Down. However, he left the band soon after the album’s release, instead recording and releasing his sophomore album The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, as well as a follow-up EP titled So Impossible. By 2002, three other musicians had joined the band, including former Further Seems Forever band mate Jerry Castellanos and started the process of recording the band’s next album. After the success of his second album, Carrabba was asked to perform on MTV Unplugged, and the subsequent release marked the first time many of the songs were recorded with a full band. Also in 2002, the music video for “Screaming Infidelities” won the coveted MTV2 award at the MTV Video Music Awards, beating out Norah Jones, The Strokes, The Hives, Nappy Roots and Musiq. This video starred Chris in both the performance and the storyline. The video was directed by Maureen Egan and Matthew Barry. In 2003, the band released its third album A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar. Peaking at #2 on the United States Billboard charts, the album proved to be the band’s most commercially-viable album yet. In the summer of 2004, Dashboard Confessional recorded the song “Vindicated” for the film Spider-Man 2. The song was featured on the soundtrack and played over the film’s end credits. Learn more about Dashboard Confessional