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    Social Code

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Cats And Dogs lyrics
    2Bomb Hands lyrics
    3As Good As It Gets lyrics
    4I Was Wrong lyrics
    5The Shortest Line lyrics
    6You And Me lyrics
    7Neverland lyrics
    8Everything's Fine lyrics
    9Funkapuss lyrics
    10The Static lyrics

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    1Social Code [2007]
    2A Year At The Movies [2004]


    Optimism is a rare trait in today's landscape of broken-hearted anti-heroes, but the brazen boys of Social Code are rebellious enough to bring it back.

    After the Edmonton band's first album, A Year at the Movies, sold 20,000 copies in Canada alone, and lead to shows with Rise Against, Fall Out Boy, Deftones, among others, the Edmonton foursome decided to take on the daunting task of creating a new record with only their blood, sweat, tears and, of course, guitars. Social Code's previous experience working with high-profile producers, such as Howard Benson (The All-American Rejects, Hawthorne Heights, My Chemical Romance) in posh Los Angeles studios had earned them a PhD in rock 'n' roll and recording.

    "We went to band university," bassist Logan Jacobs laughs. "We worked in amazing studios with fantastic people."

    That experience gave the band the confidence to go it alone — despite the huge pressure. So, Social Code took the only next step that made sense: they gutted the basement of Jacobs' house, built a studio and spent the next year locked underground, redefining themselves as a band. The end results were songs that were truly Social Code.

    "It seems like we are so inundated with negativity and music about wallowing in your problems, feeling horrible about bad things happening to you," says bassist Logan Jacobs. "I think it's really important and I think it's a breath of fresh air to write about making it through something and feeling good."

    "If you have any sense of hope within yourself, then why not translate that into a song?" adds singer Travis Nesbitt. "Why not take a positive spin on a negative thing?"

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