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About Lostprophets

Something about the cruising-with-the-top-down, teen-empowerment anthems of Lostprophets screams all-Americanism, so it's a surprise to learn that the band is actually from a small town outside Cardiff, Wales. Starting in 2000, the good-looking, alt-rock radio-ready six-piece gained notoriety in their home country with their first two albums, eventually playing sold-out arenas and the main stage of the Reading Festival. Album number three, Liberation Transmission, was released in 2006 on Columbia Records, lead by the single "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)."

Listen toLostprophetson Rhapsody

Something about the cruising-with-the-top-down, teen-empowerment anthems of Lostprophets screams all-Americanism, so it's a surprise to learn that the band is actually from a small town outside Cardiff, Wales. Starting in 2000, the good-looking, alt-rock radio-ready six-piece gained notoriety in their home country with their first two albums, eventually playing sold-out arenas and the main stage of the Reading Festival. Album number three, Liberation Transmission, was released in 2006 on Columbia Records, lead by the single "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)."

About Lostprophets

Something about the cruising-with-the-top-down, teen-empowerment anthems of Lostprophets screams all-Americanism, so it's a surprise to learn that the band is actually from a small town outside Cardiff, Wales. Starting in 2000, the good-looking, alt-rock radio-ready six-piece gained notoriety in their home country with their first two albums, eventually playing sold-out arenas and the main stage of the Reading Festival. Album number three, Liberation Transmission, was released in 2006 on Columbia Records, lead by the single "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)."

About Lostprophets

Something about the cruising-with-the-top-down, teen-empowerment anthems of Lostprophets screams all-Americanism, so it's a surprise to learn that the band is actually from a small town outside Cardiff, Wales. Starting in 2000, the good-looking, alt-rock radio-ready six-piece gained notoriety in their home country with their first two albums, eventually playing sold-out arenas and the main stage of the Reading Festival. Album number three, Liberation Transmission, was released in 2006 on Columbia Records, lead by the single "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)."