Lostprophets discography

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Lostprophets discography
Five musicians playing, from left to right, guitar, vocals, guitar/vocals, bass, keyboard/vocals. They play with green lights in the background and large unused spotlights above their heads.
Lostprophets performing at the Pinkpop Festival 2007
Studio albums 5
Music videos 17
EPs 3
Singles 17

The discography of Lostprophets, a British alternative rock band formed in Pontypridd, Wales, in 1997,[1] contains five studio albums, three EPs, and seventeen singles.

The band's first album, The Fake Sound of Progress, was released through Visible Noise in the United Kingdom in November 2000[2] and was certified gold.[3] The album produced two singles: "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja", which was successful in the US, peaking at number thirty-three on the Alternative Songs chart,[4] and the title track "The Fake Sound of Progress".

The first single released from their second album, Start Something, was "Burn Burn" in November 2003, and was originally scheduled to be closely followed by the release of the album.[5] The album was released in the UK in February 2004 and peaked at number four in the UK Albums Chart.[6] The album has sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide.[3] The second track from Start Something, "Last Train Home", reached number one on the Alternative Songs chart in the US,[4] and peaked at number eight in the UK, making it the band's first UK top-ten single.[6] Other released singles include; "Wake Up (Make a Move)", "Last Summer" and "Goodbye Tonight". In 2004, the album was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry in the UK.[7]

The band's third album, Liberation Transmission was released in the UK in June 2006 and put the band at the top of the UK Albums Chart for the first time;[6] it was later certified silver in the UK.[7] Singles from the album were "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)", which peaked at number eight,[6] "A Town Called Hypocrisy", "Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)" and "4:AM Forever".

The band's fourth studio album The Betrayed was delayed many times.[8] The title and several tracks were revealed in the 5 August issue of Kerrang! magazine, and the album was released on 18 January 2010.

The band's fifth and final studio album Weapons was released on 2 April 2012.

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[6]
AUS
[9]
AUT
[10]
BEL
[11]
FRA
[12]
GER
[13]
GRC
[14]
IRL
[15]
JPN
[16]
NL
[17]
NZ
[18]
SCO
[19]
SWI
[20]
US
[21]
2000 The Fake Sound of Progress 44 76 8 40 1 37 54 7 21 9 44 87 103 186
2004 Start Something
  • Released: 2 February 2004
  • Label: Visible Noise (#86554)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
4 66 60 54 69 51 9 61 34 7 14 1 1 33
2006 Liberation Transmission
  • Released: 26 June 2006
  • Label: Visible Noise (#96531)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 62 44 74 94 31 13 30 11 87 14 21 34 33
  • UK: Platinum[7]
2010 The Betrayed
  • Release: 18 January 2010
  • Label: Visible Noise (#7610052)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 49 9 1 1 1 18 42 18 20 7 5 50 69
2012 Weapons
  • Released: 2 April 2012
  • Label: Epic (#88691965682)
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
9 55 74 8 1 86 8 52 22 9 1 8 76 145
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Singles

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
UK
[6]
AUS
[9]
GER
[23]
IRL
[15]
JPN
[24]
NZ
[18]
SCO
[19]
US
[25]
US
Alt.

[26]
US
Main.

[27]
2001 "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja" 41 33 The Fake Sound of Progress
2002 "The Fake Sound of Progress" 21
2003 "Burn Burn" 17 48 81 Start Something
2004 "Last Train Home" 8 68 48 75 1 10
"Wake Up (Make a Move)" 18 9 16
"Last Summer" 13
"Goodbye Tonight" 42
"I Don't Know" (radio airplay) 11 24
2006 "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)" 8 36 25 114 15 22 Liberation Transmission
"A Town Called Hypocrisy" 23
"The New Transmission" [28] (radio airplay)
"Can't Catch Tomorrow" 35
2007 "4:AM Forever" 34
2009 "It's Not the End of the World, But I Can See It from Here" 16 17 The Betrayed
2010 "Where We Belong" 32 21 28
"For He's a Jolly Good Felon" 99
2012 "Bring 'Em Down" 160 39 Weapons
"We Bring an Arsenal"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or was not released.

EPs

Year Album details
1997 Here Comes the Party
  • Label: Self-released
1998 Para Todas las Putas Celosas
  • Label: Self-released
1999 The Fake Sound of Progress (EP)
  • Label: Self-released

Music videos

Year Song Director(s)
2001 "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja" Mike Piscitelli[29][30]
2002 "The Fake Sound of Progress"
2003 "Burn Burn" Patrick Kiely[31]
2004 "Last Train Home" Brian Weber[32]
"Wake Up (Make a Move)" Steven Murashige[33]
"Last Summer" The Malloys[34]
2005 "Goodbye Tonight" Steven Oritt[35]
2006 "Rooftops" Ryan Smith[36][37][38][39]
"A Town Called Hypocrisy"
"Can't Catch Tomorrow"
2007 "4:AM Forever"
2009 "It's Not the End of the World, But I Can See It from Here" David Allen[citation needed]
"Where We Belong"
2010 "For He's a Jolly Good Felon"
2012 "Bring 'Em Down" JJ Moffat [40]
"We Bring an Arsenal"
"Jesus Walks" JJ Moffat [41]
"Somedays" (unreleased) Luke Reynolds

Other appearances

Year Song Album Notes
2001 "Athousandapologies"[42] Electric Ballroom Presents: Full Tilt, Vol. 3 Original mix
2002 "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja"[43] MTV Handpicked Various artists
2002 "Five Is A Four Letter Word"[44] Hardplace: 11 Hardcore Rock Tracks Various artists
2003 "The Fake Sound of Progress"[45] Q The Album Various artists
2004 "Burn Burn"[43] Big Day Out 2004 soundtrack Various artists
2004 "Lucky You"[46] Spider-Man 2 soundtrack Recorded for the Spider-Man 2 soundtrack
2007 "Going Underground"[47] Punk the Clock Volume 3 Cover of The Jam song
2007 "Davidian"[48] Higher Voltage!: Another Brief History of Rock Cover of Machine Head song Released June 2007
2009 "Boys Don't Cry"[49] Pictures of You Recorded for an album of The Cure covers given away free with NME
2012 "We Bring an Arsenal"[43] Epic Stadium Anthems Various artists

References

General
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Specific
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  22. ^ "RIAA Certifications". Recording Industry Association of America. Archived from the original on 8 August 2013. Retrieved 2008-06-24. 
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  24. ^ "Japan Billboard 100". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-06-24. 
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  29. ^ "Shinobi video and director". VH1. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  30. ^ "Fake Sound of Progress video and director". VH1. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  31. ^ "Burn Burn video and director". VH1. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  32. ^ ""Last Train Home" by Lostprophets". A Common Thread Inc. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  33. ^ "Wake Up (Make a Move) video". Day O Productions. Retrieved 2009-08-14. 
  34. ^ "Last Summer video and director". VH1. Retrieved 2009-08-14. 
  35. ^ "Goodbye Tonight director". Terrero Films. Retrieved 2009-08-14. 
  36. ^ "Lostprophets videography". MTV. Retrieved 2008-08-08. 
  37. ^ "Town Called Hypocrisy video and director". Visible Noise. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  38. ^ "4 AM Forever director". Ryan Smith. Archived from the original on 14 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  39. ^ "Can't Catch Tomorrow director". Christopher Probst. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  40. ^ "Bring 'Em Down director". JJ Moffat. Retrieved 2012-05-01. 
  41. ^ "Jesus Walks director". JJ Moffat. Retrieved 2012-09-07. 
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  44. ^ "Lostprophets". Retrieved 2013-07-09. 
  45. ^ "Lostprophets Q The Album". Q. Retrieved 2013-07-09. 
  46. ^ "Lostprophets Spiderman 2 Soundtrack feature". Sony Pictures Entertainment. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  47. ^ "Lostprophets Going Underground". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  48. ^ "Lostprophets Davidian". Kerrang. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  49. ^ "Lostprophets cover Cure song". NME. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 

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