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16th Jul '17 1:17:37 AM bt8257
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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with Music/TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has released seven albums:

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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with Music/TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has They have released seven albums:
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!!Current members
* Jason Wade – lead vocals, guitars (1999–present)
* Rick Woolstenhulme, Jr. – drums, percussion (2000–present)
* Bryce Soderberg – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals (2004–present)

!!Former members
*Jon "Diff" Palmer – drums, percussion (1999–2000)
*Sergio Andrade – bass (1999–2004)
*Sean Woolstenhulme – lead guitar, backing vocals (2002–04)
*Ben Carey – lead guitar (2009–14, touring 2004–09)



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* AlbumTitleDrop: Their self-titled album, ''No Name Face'', and ''Almería'' are the only ones with no track that shares the name of the CD.

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* AlbumTitleDrop: Their self-titled album, ''No Name Face'', and ''Almería'' are the only ones with no track that shares the name of the CD.{{title track}}.



* EpicRocking: ''No Name Face'' has two six-minute [[PowerBallad Power Ballads]]: "Simon" and "Everything". The latter is their longest recorded song so far, and a fan favorite.

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* EpicRocking: ''No Name Face'' has two six-minute [[PowerBallad Power Ballads]]: {{Power Ballad}}s: "Simon" and "Everything". The latter is their longest recorded song so far, and a fan favorite.



* PerishingAltRockVoice: Jason, especially in Lifehouse's early days - naturally resulting in:

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* PerishingAltRockVoice: Jason, especially in Lifehouse's the early days - naturally resulting in:



* PermaStubble: Has become Jason's default look.

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* PermaStubble: Has become Jason's default look.



* VocalEvolution: At the beginning of Lifehouse (circa ''No Name Face'') Jason was fresh out of his teenage years and, like lots of post-grunge vocalists of the early 2000s, had a lot of [[Music/{{Creed}} Scott Stapp]]-isms in his vocal style. He's since grown out of it a bit.

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* VocalEvolution: At the beginning of Lifehouse (circa ''No Name Face'') Jason was fresh out of his teenage years and, like lots of post-grunge vocalists of the early 2000s, had a lot of [[Music/{{Creed}} Scott Stapp]]-isms in his vocal style. He's since grown out of it a bit.bit.
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9th Dec '16 5:41:25 AM darkchiefy
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* DaddyIssues: Jason has them, and they crop up in his lyrical content from time to time. "Walking Away" from the self-titled album is a notable example.
** "Hurt This Way" on ''Out of the Wasteland'' hints at his father being physically abusive, while the following track, "Yesterday's Son", is more about not wanting to grow up to be like either of his parents.
7th Jul '16 9:24:18 AM gewunomox
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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has released seven albums:

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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with TheWho's Music/TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has released seven albums:
12th Feb '16 6:56:02 AM RisefromYourGrave
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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has released six albums:

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Lifehouse is an American alternative rock band from UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. Not to be confused with TheWho's music project of the same name. The band has released six seven albums:
4th Nov '15 12:04:09 PM murlough23
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Added DiffLines:

** Bryce and Jason trade off lead vocals in "Stardust", which was originally written by Bryce with the intent of putting it on a solo album.
4th Nov '15 12:02:09 PM murlough23
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** "Hurt This Way" on ''Out of the Wasteland'' hints at his father being physically abusive, while the following track, "Yesterday's Son", is more about not wanting to grow up to be like either of his parents.
12th Sep '15 5:53:13 PM RisefromYourGrave
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!!Discography:



* ''Lifehouse'' (2005)

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* ''Lifehouse'' ''[[SelfTitledAlbum Lifehouse]]'' (2005)



* ''Out Of The Wasteland'' (2015)

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* ''Out Of The of the Wasteland'' (2015)
9th Feb '15 10:03:58 PM Keeyla
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* ''Out Of The Wasteland'' (2015)
30th Dec '14 1:33:35 AM bt8257
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* VocalEvolution: At the beginning of Lifehouse (circa ''No Name Face'') Jason was fresh out of his teenage years and, like lots of post-grunge vocalists of the early 2000s, had a lot of [[{{Creed}} Scott Stapp]]-isms in his vocal style. He's since grown out of it a bit.

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* VocalEvolution: At the beginning of Lifehouse (circa ''No Name Face'') Jason was fresh out of his teenage years and, like lots of post-grunge vocalists of the early 2000s, had a lot of [[{{Creed}} [[Music/{{Creed}} Scott Stapp]]-isms in his vocal style. He's since grown out of it a bit.
21st Aug '14 10:07:38 PM bt8257
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** Mondegreen

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