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Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba Has Nothing to Be Sad About

Taylor Swift made her best friend's dream come true by bringing Chris Carrabba to her surprise party, but in touring this summer, Dashboard's main driver has even bigger things in store.

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Living in Your Letters: An Interview with Dashboard Confessional

Candidly reflecting on the album that launched his career, Chris Carrabba talks to PopMatters about what The Swiss Army Romance means to him, why he's touring on its 10th anniversary, and why he wouldn't mind getting back to that songwriting realm once more ...

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Carrabba has always been comfortable with tapping into his own experiences — but even he has his limits.

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Dashboard Confessional are giving fans the opportunity to get the best of both worlds: electric and acoustic. The band’s newest production, Alter the Ending,

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Dashboard Confessional: The Shade of Poison Trees

So emo it hurts, yet more punk than they may even know, Dashboard Confessional heads back to their acoustic roots.

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Various Artists: The Road Mix: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Vol. 3

Music for a trip from Carolina to Texas and back again. Play this CD 32 times straight and say, "There's no place like Tree Hill…There's no place like Tree Hill…"

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Dashboard Confessional: Dusk and Summer

At least the old Carrabba had a bit of slow crescendo in his whining.

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	Dashboard Confessional: A Mark, a Mission, a Brand, a Scar

Dashboard Confessional is an unorthodox success story in a music industry of overnight sensations. In the space of three years, Chris Carrabba has slowly made

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8 Apr 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Dashboard Confessional: The Swiss Army Romance

It’s an amazing thing when trends recycle. I’ve always found the phenomenon fascinating. Seriously, a decade like the ‘70s—renowned for introducing the

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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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