Centered around singer/songwriters Adam Busch (vocals) and Eric Kufs (guitar), Common Rotation are an energetic indie rock ensemble from Long Island, New York. Busch, who made his major acting debut in the fifth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Warren, founded Common Rotation with his school chum, Kufs, in early 1999. They self-released 28 Orange Street before the year's end and toured in support of the record for two years solid. Dates with They Might Be Giants and sold-out shows in London, Glasgow, and Belfast allowed Common Rotation the opportunity to make an impression. The band's second album, The Big Fear, appeared in June 2003. The Clear Channel EP followed two years later. In 2006 the band released the full-length album Isalie. The band's sixth album, God Keeps an Open Gallery, was set for release in 2011.