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Although Holly had already begun to become disillusioned with Norman Petty before meeting Maria Elena, it was through her and her aunt Provi, the head of Latin American music at Peer-Southern, that he began to fully realize what was going on with his manager, who was paying the band's royalties into his own company's account.
Oleg Bernov of the Russian-American rock band the Red Elvises plays a red electrified contrabass balalaika during the band's North American tours.
" Machine Gun ", the instrumental title track from the band's debut album, became a staple at American sporting events, and is similarly featured in many films, including Boogie Nights and Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
A North American tour, the band's first since 1977, was scheduled to commence on 17 October.
Among the band's awards are an American Music Award in 2005, and the Polar Music Prize in 2006.
Although it debuted at No. 4, and in spite of a live performance at the American Music Awards, the album was a commercial failure, due in part to the band's label's lack of support.
Curtis committed suicide on 18 May 1980, the day before Joy Division were scheduled to depart for their first American tour, and prior to release of the band's second album, Closer.
The single, " True Faith ", with its surreal video, became a hit on MTV and the band's first American top 40 hit.
* Phoenix ( Zebrahead album ), the American punk / rapcore band's seventh studio album
American critical response was also positive yet more muted, a reaction that persisted for much of the band's career.
In October 1996, in support of Test For Echo, the band embarked on a North American tour, the band's first without an opening act and dubbed " An Evening with Rush ".
1983 saw the release of Speaking in Tongues, a commercial breakthrough that produced the band's only American Top 10 hit, " Burning Down the House ".
Fleetwood Mac's second album after the incorporation of Nicks and Buckingham, 1977's Rumours, produced four US Top 10 singles ( including Nicks's song " Dreams ", which was the band's first and only US number one ) and remained at No. 1 on the American albums chart for 31 weeks, as well as reaching the top spot in various countries around the world.
Saxophonist LeRoi Moore, founding member of the American jam band Dave Matthews Band, plays the tin whistle in a few of the band's songs.
Disraeli Gears is often considered to be the band's defining effort, successfully blending psychedelic British rock with American blues.
Among other things, the podcast featured the band's thoughts about their 2005 South American tour, some information on their new album, a mash-up of " Drive " and Tupac Shakur's " Better Dayz ", a cover of Soundgarden's " Black Hole Sun ", and a few live interludes.
The band's best performing single, and perhaps their most recognised and popular hit song, " Heat of the Moment ", climbed to No. 4 on the American Top 40 charts, having debuted on the AT40 on 1 May 1982, and spent a total of 12 weeks in there.
The Head on the Door reached number seven in the UK and was the band's first entry into American Top 75 at number 59, a success partly due to the international impact of the LP's two singles, " In Between Days " and " Close to Me ".
Risk is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth released on August 31, 1999, and is the band's final studio album released by Capitol Records.
Although many of their previous albums, including Pleasure to Kill ( 1986 ), were quite popular in the United States, Kreator did not experience major American commercial success until the 2009 release of their twelfth studio album, Hordes of Chaos, which peaked at number 165 on the Billboard 200 and debuted at No. 16 on the Media Control Charts, the band's highest ever chart position in Germany.
The band's American tour, when they supported Depeche Mode, was, in the words of manager Alex Nightingale, " the closest we've come to the band splitting up.
Reviewing American Psycho, Stephen Erlewine of Allmusic called the new incarnation " a kitschy goth-punk outfit that relies more on metal than hardcore ", while Rolling Stone remarked that the band's new style blended " some old-style punk, a little metal and an occasional all-out thrasher.
" Adam's Song " is a song by American pop punk band Blink-182, from their third album Enema of the State, the album largely credited for the band's success.
This album, reaching No. 3 in the American charts and No. 1 in the British charts, was indicative of the band's growing success in America.

band's and breakthrough
1: The Miracle and the Sleeper ", which was released on the band's 1992 breakthrough album, Images and Words, and is followed by the 2005 album " Octavarium ".
The band's breakthrough came in 1982 with the release of the single " Party Fears Two ".
The Beach Boys are probably the best example of this trend-within two years of the band's commercial breakthrough, group leader Brian Wilson had taken over from his father Murry, and he was sole producer of all their recordings between 1963 and 1967.
The band's breakthrough single " Sex Type Thing " polarized critics with its lyrics, some interpreting it as advocacy of date rape.
After the Kinks obtained a recording contract in early 1964, Davies emerged as the chief songwriter and de facto leader of the band, especially after the band's breakthrough success with his early composition " You Really Got Me ", which was released as the band's third single in August of that year.
" Fire Water Burn " played a major role in the slow build of interest that ultimately led to the band's mainstream breakthrough.
The band's commercial breakthrough was the 1997 album Urban Hymns, one of the best-selling albums in UK Chart history, and the single " Bitter Sweet Symphony ", which became a worldwide hit.
Daltrey's Townshend-inspired stuttering expression of youthful anger, frustration and arrogance in the band's breakthrough single, " My Generation ", captured the revolutionary feeling of the 1960s for many young people around the world and became the band's trademark.
" Allmusic editor Jason Ankeny viewed the album as the band's artistic breakthrough and " ticket to the big leagues ", calling it " an incendiary and insidious set which bridges the gap between the noisy aggression of the band's early releases and the soulful swagger of their later work.
The band's breakthrough success, At Fillmore East was released in July 1971.
With the breakthrough of alternative rock in the early 1990s, In on the Kill Taker ; released on June 30, 1993, became the group's first record to enter the Billboard album charts, received critical praise from Spin, TIME magazine and Rolling Stone, sold 180, 000 copies in its first week of release and subsequently became the band's breakthrough album.
Superunknown became the band's breakthrough album.
The 1997 album, The Lonesome Crowded West, ( also recorded at Moon Studios, by Scott Swayze ) turned out to serve as the band's breakthrough.
The album marked the first of many times the band worked with engineer Terry Manning which proved a successful combination as the release was the band's first commercial breakthrough.
Two more albums – Invitations and Out of This World – were recorded in 1982 and 1983, resulting in several more chart hits, and paving the way for the next major breakthrough in the band's career.
By 1992 the band's success in Japan made an international breakthrough appear likely, leading to an American record contract with Atlantic Records and the renaming of the band from X to X Japan, in order to distinguish from the American punk group X.
This album is considered the band's commercial breakthrough.
Its first single, " One Week " became the band's breakthrough single in the U. S. market by hitting # 1 ( selling over 5 million copies ).
Released in 2005, A Beautiful Lie was the band's mainstream breakthrough.

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