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Posted Apr 14, 2005 02:19 PM
Papa Roach singer Jacoby Shaddix said that the third and latest single from the band's "Getting Away With Murder" album, called "Take Me", was a fan favorite even before the group's fans had heard the recorded version of the song, reports Launch Radio Networks. "We went out and did a tour even before our record came out, and we were playing 'Take Me' and 'Murder' and 'Done With You' and 'Not Listening' live," he said. "'Take Me' was another song that people, by the end of the song, were, like, singing along with. To this day, like, I just think it's a really solid song and it's a powerful song, it's got a killer chorus and it rocks live, so...I just think we've got to make a great video for it."
"Getting Away With Murder" arrived in September of 2004 and has produced two previous singles: "Scars" and the title track. Papa Roach's third major label album, "Getting Away With Murder" was recently certified gold for sales of more than 500,000 copies. Papa Roach plays this Friday (April 15) in Los Angeles, California and Saturday (April 16) in San Diego, California.