BiographyThis popular group takes bits and pieces of Weezer's powered-up punk-pop, mixes in some of Limp Bizkit's adolescent guitar crunch, and adds a dash of Faith No More's anglo-funk. It's a successful blend that allows the group to be embraced by the nu-metal crowd for their riffs, while also appealing to the sensitive kids with their poppy poignancy. On the scene since 1994, the group scored their biggest success with the 2004 single "The Reason," which was an MTV staple and anthem for the tween crowd.
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