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Lifehouse
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The pop/rock quartet Lifehouse is the idea chiefed by singer/songwriter Jason Wade, who originally tagged the band Blyss during Lifehouse's initial conception in 1996. After playing in various music scenes in Seattle and Portland, Wade brought Lifehouse to life in Los Angeles. Their thick sound has been compared to the likes of Live and Matchbox Twenty, but Wade insists Lifehouse is entirely original. They inked a deal with Dreamworks after years of gigging in L.A., and released their debut album No Name Face in fall 2000. The album was a hit, featuring the modern rock success "Hanging By a Moment." The song was the most played radio track of 2001, and inspired the band to step back into the studio. With Brendan O'Brien at the boards, they recorded Stanley Climbfall throughout the spring and summer of 2002; it was released on Dreamworks in September. That same month, Lifehouse announced that Rick Woolstenhulme's younger brother Sean would be a permanent member of the band. MacKenzie Wilson

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