Staind

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  • The band then went on tour in the spring with Staind.
  • Had they done this early they would not have so deeply staind the Reputation of America. Cited from The Original Writings of Samuel Adams, Volume 3
  • Chapter V is the fifth studio album from American rock band Staind.
  • The song has become one of the most definitive hit singles of Staind's distinct sound.
  • It is Staind's most successful album to date, and was the album that broke them into the mainstream.
  • Dysfunction is the second studio album by American rock band Staind.
  • It's become one of the most definitive songs for Staind's distinctive heavy side and success.
  • "Price to Play" is a song by American rock band Staind.
  • All lyrics written by Aaron Lewis, all music by Staind, except where noted.
  • The rock band Staind also performed on this very same stage in the video for their single "Mudshovel".
  • The band also went on tour with Seether, Staind, and Red later in the year.
  • "Outside" is a single by the alternative metal band Staind.
  • "How About You" is the third single released from American post-grunge band Staind.
  • The Illusion of Progress is the sixth studio album by American rock band Staind.
  • Break the Cycle would go on to sell seven million copies worldwide, making this Staind's best selling album.
  • Music from the band Staind's album "Break the Cycle" is used in the movie.
  • Lewis was asked to perform a song solo and he decided at the last moment to play a song he had been working on since the early days of Staind.
  • This live version quickly found widespread radio play before being recorded in the studio for Staind's next album, Break the Cycle.
  • Tormented is the debut studio album by American rock band Staind, self-released in 1996.
  • Guitarist Mike Mushok noted it as the first time Staind has actually written in the studio.
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