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After highs and lows, Yellowcard grows up

By Sarah Tomlinson
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2006

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Yellowcard should have been riding high last year as it went into the studio to make its latest album, ''Lights and Sounds." The five high school friends had been living their dream since their major label debut, 2003's ''Ocean Avenue," sold 2 million copies. But the pop-punk quintet was facing some growing pains, and once the new album was completed, ... (Full article: 605 words)

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