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Dashboard Confessional (often referred to as simply Dashboard) is an American rock band from Boca Raton, Florida, led by singer-songwriter Chris Carrabba. The name of the band is derived from the song "The Sharp Hint of New Tears" from their debut album The Swiss Army Romance.

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2000 The Swiss Army Romance Dashboard Confessional 3
2001 The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most Dashboard Confessional 1
2003 A Mark • A Mission • A Brand • A Scar Dashboard Confessional 5
2006 Dusk and Summer Dashboard Confessional 4
2007 The Shade of Poison Trees Dashboard Confessional 3
2009 Alter the Ending Dashboard Confessional 5
REM / [MTV | 2 Album Covers] Dashboard Confessional 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most & So Impossible EP Compilation Dashboard Confessional 1

Album + Live

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2002 MTV Unplugged v2.0 Live Dashboard Confessional 1

Single

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2004 Rapid Hope Loss Dashboard Confessional 2
2004 Vindicated Dashboard Confessional 1
2006 Don't Wait Dashboard Confessional 1
Hands Down Dashboard Confessional 1

EP

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2001 The Drowning EP Dashboard Confessional 1
2001 So Impossible EP Dashboard Confessional 1
2002 Summers Kiss EP Dashboard Confessional 1
2004 MTV2 Album Covers: Dashboard Confessional & R.E.M. Dashboard Confessional 1
2007 Stolen Dashboard Confessional 1
2010 Swiss Army Bro-Mance New Found Glory / Dashboard Confessional 1

Other

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
MTV2: Album Covers Dashboard Confessional 1

Unspecified type

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
Dashboard Confessional Dashboard Confessional 1
The Drowning EP + The Swiss Army Romance + The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most Dashboard Confessional 1

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