Stereo Skyline formed in 2006, while its members were still attending high school in East Meadow, NY. While cycling through several different lineups, the band began releasing recordings like 2006â€™s Worst Case Scenario and 2008â€™s self-titled Stereo Skyline EP. Co-founder Matt Villani left the lineup several months after the EPâ€™s release and was replaced by Brian Maddox, who joined just in time to sign a record deal with Columbia. The group then began work on a full-length album, with former Metro Station frontman Blake Healy serving as the producer and a string of songwriters -- including Healy, Adam Schlesinger, and S*A*M & Sluggo -- working as collaborators. The resulting album, Stuck on Repeat, was released during the summer of 2010. ~ Andrew LeaheyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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