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Yellowcard's original lineup featured Ben Dobson on vocals, Todd Clary on guitar and vocals, Ben Harper on guitar, Warren Cooke on bass, and Longineu Parsons III on drums.
Modern Amusement frontman Ryan Key appeared as a guest, on background vocals, as did violinist Sean Wellman aka Sean Mackin.
The video was later put on the enhanced version of Ocean Avenue.
Yellowcard released its first single from Ocean Avenue, "Way Away".
The song premiered on MTV's TRL program, and quickly shot up the charts to No. Radio eventually picked up on the single, and the song made it to No. The song "Empty Apartment" was also featured on an episode of the TV show One Tree Hill.
Suddenly, Yellowcard was everywhere from the covers of Alternative Press, to headliners of the 2004 Warped Tour, to on stage at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards performing "Ocean Avenue". Yellowcard featured on an episode of MTV's Real World/Road Rules Challenge, performing "Way Away" while cast members trashed a mock hotel room in true rock star fashion.
The members of Yellowcard began the search for a new bass player and chose Alex Lewis, whose sister, Alieke Wijnveldt, contributed vocals to the Ocean Avenue track "View From Heaven".
After Lewis joined, the band filmed an unreleased music video for the song "Powder".
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The album's first track, "Way Away", appeared on the soundtracks of SSX 3 and Madden NFL 2004.
The album's second track, "Breathing", also appeared in EA's Burnout 3: Takedown and Flat Out 2.
The band is well known for its singles "Ocean Avenue", "Only One", and "Lights and Sounds".
The group's music is distinctive within its genre because it features the prominent use of a violin.