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About Cartel

Since their formation in 2003, Cartel have quickly gone from small indie band to pop-punk superstars. With an infectious style laden with echoing vocals and two-step beats, the Georgia rockers earned a spot on MTV's Band in a Bubble following the success of their debut full-length Chroma. On the television show, the five bandmates were placed in a giant, translucent bubble and challenged to produce a new album in 20 days, all while being videotaped. The final product was their 2007 self-titled, sophomore album.

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Listen toCartelon Rhapsody

Since their formation in 2003, Cartel have quickly gone from small indie band to pop-punk superstars. With an infectious style laden with echoing vocals and two-step beats, the Georgia rockers earned a spot on MTV's Band in a Bubble following the success of their debut full-length Chroma. On the television show, the five bandmates were placed in a giant, translucent bubble and challenged to produce a new album in 20 days, all while being videotaped. The final product was their 2007 self-titled, sophomore album.

About Cartel

Since their formation in 2003, Cartel have quickly gone from small indie band to pop-punk superstars. With an infectious style laden with echoing vocals and two-step beats, the Georgia rockers earned a spot on MTV's Band in a Bubble following the success of their debut full-length Chroma. On the television show, the five bandmates were placed in a giant, translucent bubble and challenged to produce a new album in 20 days, all while being videotaped. The final product was their 2007 self-titled, sophomore album.

About Cartel

Since their formation in 2003, Cartel have quickly gone from small indie band to pop-punk superstars. With an infectious style laden with echoing vocals and two-step beats, the Georgia rockers earned a spot on MTV's Band in a Bubble following the success of their debut full-length Chroma. On the television show, the five bandmates were placed in a giant, translucent bubble and challenged to produce a new album in 20 days, all while being videotaped. The final product was their 2007 self-titled, sophomore album.