Originally, Dashboard Confessional was Chris Carrabba’s side project while he was with Further Seems Forever. Indeed, the first acoustic album, Swiss Army Romance (2000) was essentially a solo effort, but a full band was in place by the gold-certified follow-up, The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most (2001). After releasing a platinum album in the successful MTV Unplugged series in 2002, the band returned with A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar in 2003. Both it and the following album, Dusk and Summer (2006) reached No.2 in the US Billboard charts. The most recent album was 2007's The Shade of Poison Trees which, unlike their previous two albums, returned to the acoustic sound of the first release.
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