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Hollywood Undead

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Hollywood Undead hail (unsurprisingly) from the streets of Hollywood, California, mixing brash hip-hop, rock, and minor metalcore touches with cocky posturing and thug attitudes. Owing much of their popularity and exposure to the social networking monster MySpace, the group -- whose members usually wear masks on-stage -- started as the musical project of J-Dog and Tha Producer in June 2005. They uploaded some new music to their profile and very quickly started amassing song plays and online friends with tracks about drinking, sex, and emo kids. "The gang," as the guys liked to refer to themselves, also grew to include six members: J-Dog and Tha Producer alongside Charlie Scene, Johnny 3 Tears (formerly called the Server), Funny Man, and Da Kurlzz. As the band's online profile steadily increased, MySpace head honcho Tom Anderson wasn't immune and wound up featuring Hollywood Undead's song "No. 5" on MySpace's first compilation album, in addition to giving them the distinction of being the first act signed to the site's new record label (distributed by Interscope) in 2005. Swan Songs finally appeared in 2008 on A&M/Octone Records. A year later, that label released an album of B-sides, live tracks, and covers titled Desperate Measures. In 2010, vocalist Aron Deuce Erlichman left the group; he was replaced by Daniel "Danny" Murillo, a former contestant on American Idol and lead singer of Lorene Drive. After shows with Avenged Sevenfold on the Nightmare After Christmas Tour, Hollywood Undead released their sophomore album, American Tragedy, in April of 2011, and the album debuted in the top five of Billboard's Top 200. The following November, A&M/Octone Records released a remix version of the record called American Tragedy Redux, which featured mixes by Andrew W.K., Borgore, and KMFDM, among others. In January of 2013, after embarking on The Underground Tour, Hollywood Undead released their third studio album, Notes from the Underground, which proved to be their highest charting outing to date, landing at the number two spot on the Billboard Top 200 and soaring to number one on the Canadian album charts. The band's hotly anticipated fourth studio album, Day of the Dead, arrived in March 2015, and was preceded by the singles "Usual Suspects," "Gravity," "How We Roll," and the explosive title cut. ~ Corey Apar
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Hollywood Undead

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Hollywood Undead

Top Songs by
Hollywood Undead

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Undead
  3.   We Are
  4.   Day of the Dead
  5.   Immigrant Song
  6.   Hear Me Now
  7.   Gravity
  8.   Shout At the Devil
  9.   Been to Hell
  10.   Young
  11.   Everywhere I Go
  12.   Black Dahlia
  13.   Dead Bite
  14.   How We Roll
  15.   Comin' in Hot
  16.   Good for Me
  17.   Bullet
  18.   War Child
  19.   Party By Myself
  20.   City
  21.   California
  22.   No. 5
  23.   Lion
  24.   Pigskin
  25.   Coming Back Down
  26.   Lost It
  27.   Usual Suspects
  28.   This Love, This Hate
  29.   Pimpin'
  30.   Christmas in Hollywood
  31.   Live Forever
  32.   Sing
  33.   Paradise Lost
  34.   Fossils
  35.   Dark Places
  36.   Disease
  37.   Bottle and a Gun
  38.   The Diary
  39.   Levitate
  40.   Kill Everyone
  41.   Believe
  42.   Let Go
  43.   Apologize
  44.   No Other Place
  45.   Pour Me
  46.   Get Away
  47.   Mother Murder
  48.   Rain
  49.   Another Way Out
  50.   Outside
  51.   Sell Your Soul
  52.   Guzzle, Guzzle
  53.   From the Ground
  54.   Talking Out Loud
  55.   Save Me
  56.   Take Me Home
  57.   Gangsta Sexy
  58.   Tear It Up
  59.   One More Bottle
  60.   El Urgencia
  61.   Medicine
  62.   I Don't Wanna Die
  63.   Bad Town
  64.   Glory
  65.   Young Chasers
  66.   Deserve This