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9 October 2013

After 15 successful years that have spawned 6 studio albums and countless tours, the LA based rock act Buckcherry are set to release their first 'best of' album on Eleven Seven Music and will tour the UK and mainland Europe to promote it.

Having sold over 3 million records in the US alone, Buckcherry set the standard for the great American rock band right from the off with the release of their self-titled 1999 debut album that included the no. 1 US Rock hit Lit Up and For The Movies, followed by 2001's Time Bomb that featured Ridin'.

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Following a hiatus, band lynchpins Josh Todd (vocals) and Keith Nelson (guitar) reconfigured the rest of their line-up and returned stronger than ever, solidifying their international status with the 2006 album 15 and its jaw-dropping lead off single Crazy Bitch.

The song became an immediate radio mainstay Stateside and was soon followed by the massive crossover hit Sorry, which reached no. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. Three more albums and a live release since then have yielded several more US Rock chart hits, most recently with Gluttony and Nothing Left But Tears from their current release, Confessions.

A video for the latter has recently been made and can be viewed here:

The full tracklisting for 'The Best Of' is:
01 Lit Up
02 For The Movies
03 Ridin'
04 Sorry
05 Next 2 You
06 Everything
07 Crazy Bitch
08 Rescue Me
09 Rose
10 All Night Long
11 Gluttony
12 Nothing Left But Tears

Buckcherry are on tour in Europe in November and December and will play the following UK dates :
22.11.13 LONDON Koko
23.11.13 COVENTRY Kasbah
25.11.13 MANCHESTER The Ritz
26.11.13 GLASGOW O2 ABC
27.11.13 BELFAST Limelight 2
29.11.13 DUBLIN Academy 2
30.11.13 NOTTINGHAM Rock City
02.12.13 BRISTOL Academy


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