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Say Anything

Say Anything is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in 2000 by Max Bemis and his friends, and within two years, they self-released two EPs and a full-length album.In 2003, the band signed with their first label, Doghouse Records. A year later, they released ...Is a Real Boy. To support the album, they picked up new members and began touring; however, despite rapidly growing critical and fan acclaim, Bemis' health problems, including bipolar disorder and drug addictions, sidelined the band in 2005 as five band members left during the year.Say Anything ...read more

Say Anything is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in 2000 by Max Bemis and his friends, and within two years, they self-released two EPs and a full-length album.In 2003, the band signed with their first label, Doghouse Records. A year later, they released ...Is a Real Boy. To support the album, they picked up new members and began touring; however, despite rapidly growing critical and fan acclaim, Bemis' health problems, including bipolar disorder and drug addictions, sidelined the band in 2005 as five band members left during the year.Say Anything signed with J Records in 2005 and, following Bemis' successful rehabilitation, re-released ...Is a Real Boy on J Records. They went on co-headlining tours with Saves the Day in 2006 and Hellogoodbye in 2007. In 2008, Say Anything went on a headlining tour across the US and UK and appeared on every date of Warped Tour.The band announced its retirement in 2018, months before the 2019 release of their eighth LP, Oliver Appropriate.Courtesy of Wikipedia « hide

Similar Bands: Forgive Durden, Taking Back Sunday, Saves The Day, Two Tongues, Max Bemis and The Painful Splits

LPs
Oliver Appropriate
2019

3.4
108 Votes
I Don't Think It Is
2016

2.5
204 Votes
Hebrews
2014

3.3
271 Votes
Anarchy, My Dear
03/13/2012

2.3
501 Votes
Say Anything
2009

3.7
876 Votes
In Defense of the Genre
2007

3.9
1,089 Votes
...Is a Real Boy
2004

4.2
1,578 Votes
Baseball
2001

3.2
293 Votes
EPs
Alive With The Glory Of Love EP
2004

4.2
19 Votes
For Sale... [Tour EP]
2004

4
28 Votes
Menorah/Majora
2002

3.7
159 Votes
Junior Varsity
2000

3.4
27 Votes
Compilations
All My Friends Are Enemies
01/22/2013

3.7
34 Votes
Say Anything's Secret Origin
2009

3.8
40 Votes
...Is A Real Boy (re-release)
2006

4.3
419 Votes

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