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Trapt is an American Post-Grunge/Nu Metal band from Los Gatos, California. After signing to a major label, the band broke out with their hit song, "Headstrong", which was all over rock radio and even crossed over into the Top 40. However, despite having a few other hits on the rock charts, they never had any other mainstream success and after 2005's Someone in Control underperformed commercially, Warner (Bros.) Records dropped them. Controversy aside, they're nowadays only known for "Headstrong".



  • Longest Song Goes Last: The final track off of their Self-Titled Album is a whopping nine minutes long, in contrast to the three-and-a-half-to-five minute average of the rest of the songs.
  • Nu Metal: Many of their songs are distinctly nu metal, though they also mix some Post-Grunge elements in their sound.
  • Self-Titled Album: The front cover for their second album contains no text aside from the band's name.

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