- 1. Breathe Carolina - Blackout 3.30 234717 plays
- 2. Rebirth An Introduction 0.59 7573 plays
- 3. Wooly 3.53 52893 plays
- 4. Edge Of Heaven 3.39 27086 plays
- 5. Last Night (Vegas) 3.34 32511 plays
- 6. Sweat It Out 3.51 41017 plays
- 7. Gone So Long 4.07 20546 plays
- 8. They Say You Won't Come Back 4.15 10958 plays
- 9. Get Off Easy 3.46 11342 plays
- 10. Waiting 4.24 16006 plays
- 11. Take It Back 3.29 11118 plays
- 12. Chemicals 3.31 9020 plays
- 13. Lauren's Song 4.10 9290 plays
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A blend of dizzying electro-pop with their roots in the rock scene, Denver, CO duo Breathe Carolina have their eyes on superstardom. Featuring their pulsating hit single "Blackout", their third full-length Hell Is What You Make It sees the band at their best - pushing their own limits, determined to bring their party to the masses.
It's been quite the year for the band, as "Blackout"'s steady ascension up the Top 40 single chart, embraced by fans across the nation as their new party anthem, has made them one of the only independent acts taking on the pop goliaths at Top 40. Hell Is What You Make It debuted at #2 on the Billboard Electronic Chart, with The NY Times calling the album "one of the best pure pop albums of the year". A performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, main playlist rotation across all MTV networks for video "Blackout" and an Artist Of The Week slot on MTV's PUSH program fueled the genre-blending duo's success story.
Starting out in a bedroom in the suburbs of the Mile High City, Breathe Carolina was one of the first bands to start making waves via social networks. They truly came into their own on Fearless Records-released sophomore full-length Hello Fascination. A step to a brave next level, the album entered the Billboard Top 200 at #43, and went on to sell over 60,000 copies in the U.S. alone. Their juxtaposition of hardcore guts and pop glory found a happy niche between both rock and pop fans, the album's title track landing placements on the promos for NBC's Jay Leno Show, 30 Rock and Monday Night Football, MTV's The Hills and The City.
With national radio dates with fellow Top 40 acts including Flo-Rida, Selena Gomez, Kreayshawn, Hot Chelle Rae, Cobra Starship and The Fray sees the band ending 2011 on an all time high.