Emerging as a voice for the damaged masses in the early-2000s post-hardcore scene, Utah-bred rock group the Used connected to their audience with a potent mixture of feral rage and unabashed vulnerability. Their breakthrough platinum debut, The Used, gained popularity on both radio and MTV, bolstered by hit singles like "The Taste of Ink" and "Buried Myself Alive." As their presence on the touring circuit increased, they hit a mainstream peak with 2004's platinum In Love and Death and its follow-up, 2007's Lies for the Liars. While they remained a respected name in the scene and were a fixture in the Top 20, latter albums were less visible outside of their devoted core fan base. With each set, their sound evolved and bandmembers matured, reaching creative peaks on their seventh effort, 2017's The Canyon, and 2020's Heartwork. The members ...
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