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June 30, 2005 | Colin Devenish, Special to The Times
The high-profile day jobs and their platinum pedigrees made it easy to write off the Transplants as a one-off side project three years ago. Drummer Travis Barker was the timekeeper for the pop-punk juggernaut Blink-182. Guitarist Tim Armstrong is half the songwriting brain trust of the vaunted punk outfit Rancid. And singer Rob Aston was a mutual friend. It was 2002, and they released an album, "The Transplants," that ended up selling 227,000 copies.
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July 6, 2006 | Kevin Bronson
Dozens of bands will be bringing the rock when the Vans Warped Tour lands in Pomona on Friday. Eighteen Visions, in a way, will be dancing the dance. As it gears up for the July 18 release of its fourth album, "Eighteen Visions," the quintet that cut its teeth in the Orange County hard-core scene will be looking to win fresh fans while not alienating devotees who might raise a pierced eyebrow at the soaring choruses and tuneful guitar swells the band has added to its bottom-heavy sonic assault.
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July 6, 2006 | Kevin Bronson
Dozens of bands will be bringing the rock when the Vans Warped Tour lands in Pomona on Friday. Eighteen Visions, in a way, will be dancing the dance. As it gears up for the July 18 release of its fourth album, "Eighteen Visions," the quintet that cut its teeth in the Orange County hard-core scene will be looking to win fresh fans while not alienating devotees who might raise a pierced eyebrow at the soaring choruses and tuneful guitar swells the band has added to its bottom-heavy sonic assault.
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June 30, 2005 | Colin Devenish, Special to The Times
The high-profile day jobs and their platinum pedigrees made it easy to write off the Transplants as a one-off side project three years ago. Drummer Travis Barker was the timekeeper for the pop-punk juggernaut Blink-182. Guitarist Tim Armstrong is half the songwriting brain trust of the vaunted punk outfit Rancid. And singer Rob Aston was a mutual friend. It was 2002, and they released an album, "The Transplants," that ended up selling 227,000 copies.
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