Cement - Fireside - Do Not Tailgate
Label: American Recordings - B0023521-01,Dine Alone Records - B0023521-01,Universal Music Special Markets - B0023521-01 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hardcore
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Fireside is a Swedish rock band from the northern city of Luleå that formed in the early s. They had some success in the US with their second album "Do not tailgate" which was released around the same time as Texas is the Reason's debut album. Both albums are credited with modernizing the emo genre and moving it away from hardcore and more into the realm of pop.