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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Fysc lyrics
    2Breathe Into lyrics
    3Letting Go lyrics
    4Technology Dictates lyrics
    51:40 lyrics
    6Nothing To Say lyrics
    7Dawn (Intro) lyrics
    8Called lyrics
    9As Yet Untitled lyrics
    10More Than Kind lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Four Seasons [2002]
    2Beautiful In White [2004]
    3Aurora [2003]
    4LIVE [2005]
    5Memoirs of a Common Man [2001]
    6Called [2002]
    7Clear To Pass [2003]
    8Antiskeptic [2000]
    9Change My Ways [2001]
    10Nothing To Say [2003]


    Nothing to Say was the first single out of the blocks, hitting hard at radio and heralding what was to become a change of direction after their debut album "Memoirs of a Common Man" received great media coverage, solid commercial airplay, a place on the JJJ Hottest 100 CD/DVD and appearances on the major festivals in 2002.

    Using a heavier edge, anthemic rock chorus and infectious melody, Nothing to Say won the band a whole new legion of fans, winning MMM's Battle of the New Rock five weeks running and hitting the #1 spot on JJJs Net 50 numerous times.

    Second single "Clear to Pass" quickly became a favourite on Triple J, debuting at the top spot in the Net 50, with their first single following it at #2. The national tour surrounding the album/single was also presented by the station with the single immediately being added to high rotation play. Commercial broadcasters and major press also began to succumb to Antiskeptic with MMM, Blunt Magazine and the Gold Coast's Hot Tomato lending support to the single.

    The Aurora story continues with big plans for 2004 including yet another tour due to popular demand. Little did Andrew Kitchen and Nick Coppin know just how well received their Melbourne three-piece would be when they began in 1999.

    In just under five short years, the band has become one of Australia's most respected rock acts, with Melbourne's The Age saying, "This band knows how to keep it energised without losing a sense of catchy melody (a la Foo Fighters)."

    Since their inception Antiskeptic have supported/toured with the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Unwritten Law, Millencolin, Jebediah, Pacifier, Motor Ace, Bodyjar, Midnight Oil, Blueline Medic, Eskimo Joe and One Dollar Short as well as playing on the bill of such well respected festivals as Vans Warped Tour, M-ONE, Homebake and the Falls Festival.

    With Clear to Pass still being heard on radio around Australia and fans waiting for the next move, 2004 is shaping up to be yet another major success as Aurora continues to glow.

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