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Ocean Avenue (album)

Ocean Avenue is the fourth studio album by American rock band Yellowcard. The album brought them to prominence, it was a commercial success in the United States, led by titular hit single "Ocean Avenue". The album received positive reviews from music critics and has been certified platinum in sales by the RIAA and gold by the CRIA, it was produced by Neal Avron, released on July 22, 2003 through Capitol Records. The song Breathing appeared on the soundtracks of Burnout 3: Takedown and FlatOut 2. Between mid-July and early August 2003, the group appeared on the Warped Tour. "Way Away" was released to radio on July 22. It was released as an enhanced CD in some countries; the enhanced CD includes a video entitled "The Making of Ocean Avenue" and a unreleased video of the song "Powder". Following the end of the band's stint on the Warped Tour in August, the band went on a club tour in the US, followed by a few radio show appearances. Ocean Avenue" was released to radio on December 16. In March and April 2004, the band went on a co-headlining US tour with Something Corporate, with support from Steriogram and the Format.

After appearing at the main stage on Warped Tour, the band performed at the MTV Video Music Awards. In 2005, the album was released with live videos and music videos; the album was re-released on limited edition vinyl in 2011. In 2013, the band released an acoustic version of the album, Ocean Avenue Acoustic, in honor of the album's tenth anniversary. Ocean Avenue sold 11,000 copies in its first week in the U. S. debuting at No. 99, peaked at #23. It is Yellowcard's most successful album and was certified Platinum by the RIAA on July 14, 2004, has sold 1.8 million copies in the U. S; the acoustic version released on its 10th anniversary debuted at No. 53 on Billboard 200, with 7,000 copies sold, 4,000 of which are downloads. The music video for "Ocean Avenue" was nominated for Best New Artist in a Video and MTV2 Award at the MTV Video Music Awards; the album was included at number 50 on Rock Sound's "The 51 Most Essential Pop Punk Albums of All Time" list. BuzzFeed included the album at number 27 on their "36 Pop Punk Albums You Need To Hear Before You F——ing Die" list.

The song "Ocean Avenue" is featured on the Billboard's list, "100 Greatest Choruses of the 21st Century". All lyrics written by all music composed by Yellowcard and Pete Mosely. Adapted credits from the liner notes of Ocean Avenue. Citations Sources Ocean Avenue at YouTube

Vasconcelos

Vasconcelos is a Portuguese noble family, with origins in the 12th century. Aires de Ornelas e Vasconcelos, Portuguese Roman Catholic Archbishop of Goa, India, in the 19th century. Ana Vasconcelos, Brazilian water polo player. António-Pedro Vasconcelos, Portuguese film director. Augusto de Vasconcelos, Portuguese surgeon and diplomat. Carlos Carmelo Vasconcellos Motta, Brazilian cardinal. Carolina Michaëlis de Vasconcellos, Portuguese philologist. Doroteo Vasconcelos, President of El Salvador in the 19th century. Fernanda Vasconcellos, a Brazilian movie and television actress. Gabriel Monteiro Vasconcelos, Brazilian footballer Gabriel Vasconcelos Ferreira, Brazilian footballer Héctor Vasconcelos, Mexican diplomat John Vasconcellos, American politician. José Leite de Vasconcelos Cardoso Pereira de Melo, Portuguese linguist and ethnographer. José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos, Angolan politician. José Mauro de Vasconcelos, Brazilian writer. José Vasconcelos, Mexican writer and politician. Josefina de Vasconcellos, English sculptor.

Júlia Vasconcelos, Brazik taekwondoo competitor. Luís de Vasconcelos e Sousa, 3rd Count of Castelo Melhor, Portuguese politician and prime minister. Lucile Vasconcellos Langhanke, known as Mary Astor, American actress. Luis Mendez de Vasconcellos, Portuguese Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller. Marcelo Vasconcelos, Brazilian diplomat. Marco Vasconcelos, Portuguese badminton player. Mário Cesariny de Vasconcelos, Portuguese surrealist poet. Marta Teresa Smith de Vasconcellos Suplicy, Brazilian politician and psychologist. Martha Vasconcellos, Brazilian model and Miss Universe 1968. Miguel de Vasconcelos, Prime Minister of Portugal in the 17th century. Naná Vasconcelos, Brazilian percussionist. Pedro Martins, Lord of the Tower of Vasconcelos, 12th-century Portuguese nobleman, son of Martim Moniz and the first to use the name Vasconcelos. Pedro Vasconcellos, Brazilian television actor. Wanda Ribeiro de Vasconcelos, known as Lio, Belgian singer and actress. Alfredo Vasconcelos, city in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Diogo de Vasconcelos, city in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Countess de Vasconcellos, fictional characters of the video game Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars. Eduardo Vasconcelos Stadium, stadium in Oaxaca, Mexico. Ferraz de Vasconcelos, suburban municipality in São Paulo, Brazil. Estádio Dr. João Cláudio Vasconcelos Machado, multi-use stadium in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. José Vasconcelos Library, in Mexico City, Mexico. Senador Vasconcelos, neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Origin of the Vasconcelos surname in a Portuguese genealogical site

Albert Sykes

Albert Sykes was an English professional footballer who played in the Football League for Birmingham, Brighton & Hove Albion and Lincoln City. Sykes was born in Derbyshire. A coal miner by trade, he played football for Maltby Victoria and Maltby Main Colliery Welfare before turning professional with First Division club Birmingham in August 1924, he played only once for Birmingham's first team, standing in for George Liddell in a 3–2 defeat away to Burnley on 2 February 1925, joined Third Division South club Brighton & Hove Albion in May 1926. Sykes played 16 league games in two seasons with Brighton before signing for Lincoln City in June 1928, he remained with Lincoln for three seasons, playing 44 games in all competitions, of which 42 were in the Third Division North. He finished off his playing career in non-league football with successively Peterborough & Fletton United, Luton Town and Grantham, where he played in most of the fixtures of the 1932–33 season. Sykes died in Rotherham, South Yorkshire in 1994