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    Army Of Anyone

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    Genre:Indie, Industrial, Alternative, Metal, Rock
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    1Generation lyrics
    Goodbye lyrics
    3Non Stop lyrics
    4Ain't Enough lyrics
    5This Wasn't Supposed To Happen lyrics
    It Doesn't Seem to Matter lyrics
    7Father Figure lyrics
    8A Better Place lyrics
    9Stop Look and Listen lyrics
    10Disappear lyrics

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    Army of Anyone [2006]


    Origin Los Angeles
    Country USA
    Years active 2005 - Present
    Genres Rock
    Labels The Firm Music
    Members Richard Patrick (Vocals)
    Dean DeLeo (Guitar)
    Robert DeLeo (Bass)
    Ray Luzier (Drums)


    While writing material for a fourth Filter album, Richard Patrick linked up with the DeLeo brothers for help. The result of their meeting was a track called "A Better Place". A few days later, they decided to form a new band. Ray Luzier was called to audition after the DeLeo brothers were impressed with Ray's soundcheck at a show. Luzier joined the band later after succesfully auditioning. The band had succesfully recorded more than 30 songs in Patrick's home studio, 11 of which would make their way on to their debut album. Army of Anyone's debut album was originally slated for an early 2006 release.

    In a message posted by Luzier on his official message board, he stated the album would be released in August 2006, but the release date has since been changed to November 14. It is being produced by Bob Ezrin, the producer behind Pink Floyd's epic rock opera The Wall and Alice Cooper's early hits. Patrick commented that the delays were caused by a few personal reasons such as members getting married and having children. During that time, they opted to re-mix and re-master the record.

    The band's first single is titled "Goodbye", which can be found on the band's Myspace page. For a brief period of time, an instrumental track called "Used To Know Her" was also available on the page, but has since been removed. "Goodbye" is currently being played on satellite radio stations and made its video debut on Yahoo Music, October 3rd.

    Army Of Anyone have been visiting radio stations across the country since late September to promote their debut album. Among the songs they've played at these stations were covers of Filter's "Take A Picture" and Stone Temple Pilot's "Interstate Love Song". They've also previewed tracks from their upcoming album such as "It Doesn't Seem To Matter" and "Leave It" [1]. The tour of these radio stations is scheduled to continued throughout October till their album's release on November 14.

    On 11 October, the album versions of "It Doesn't Seem To Matter" and "Disappear" were added to the band's Myspace for previewing.

    An iTunes exclusive three-in-one EP was released on 31 October. The EP includes, the single "Goodbye", the music video for the single and a special podcast featuring interviews with all of the band members discussing the tracks on the CD.

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