The first, "The Tenby Chase," was released on May 19, 2002 at The Trocadero in Philadelphia, PA. Three months after the album's release, lead singer Frankie C left the band, and was replaced by Matt Skoufalos. The addition of Skoufalos continued the band's trend toward a mellower, more mature, soulful reggae/rock sound, which was met with much controversy among the band's fans. In many ways, 2005 proved to be the high water mark for the group.
Published Jun 01, 2002. This album doesn't start in a way that particularly endears itself; the first song has the white boy rapping that made the Beastie Boys famous and that Sum 41 rode into stardom. Thankfully, the rest of the album is a departure from the first song and closer to the press release's description of a mixture of Sublime and the Bosstones. It isn't as bad as all that though, the band doesn't copy the style of those two and there is a definite influence of more poppy ska bands like Reel Big Fish
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