“It’s been twelve years, the bus is still rollin’” and yet Audio A showed no signs of slowing down. Worldwide continues the band’s tradition of making solid, clean music, with an uppity edge ever since Audio Adrenaline way back in 1992. Worldwide was followed up two years later by Until My Heart Caves In, their last album with Mark Stuart as lead vocalist.
Worldwide (2003): 12 songs, 40 minutes
In the midst of all this commercialism, hustle, and bustle of the Christmas season, let’s not forget what’s behind all of it.
For 2001’s Lift, Audio Adrenaline went back to their roots and dug deep. This sound permeated the next record, 2003’s Worldwide as well. Two years later, their final album with Mark Stuart at the head, Until My Heart Caves In was released.
Lift (2001): 13 tracks, 54 minutes
Two years following the release of Some Kind of Zombie, Audio Adrenaline returned with a fifth album released on ForeFront Records. Underdog scored Audio A a few hits, including “Get Down” and “Hands and Feet.” Underdog also features a cover of Pete Townshend’s “Let My Love Open the Door” and a remake of one of their own songs (“DC-10” from Audio Adrenaline).
Underdog (1999): 12 tracks, 43 minutes
One cold night in December
I was trying to remember
What I got for Christmas last year
I think “I must have it in here”
But everything I once held dear
Is meaningless, I hear