On August 16,released their eighth studio album, titled Don't Tread on Me. On July 20,kicked off their Summer Unity Tour, playing 37 shows in 27 states and featuring opening bands Pepper and Wailers. After completion of the tour, announced they would be taking a break, their first official one in over eight years. Inthey featured opening acts Snoop Dogg and Fiction Plane. Inthey had another Summer Unity Tour which featured opening acts Ziggy Marley and The Expendables  while insupporting act The Offspring and opening act Pepper were featured.
Uplifter's ninth studio album, was released on June 2, A Summer tour with The Offspring began in June In earlyfinished recording their tenth studio album called Universal Pulse at the Hive in Los Angeles, with producer Bob Rock.
The album was released July 19, The album's first single, "Sunset in July" was released on June 3, On August 24,Doug "SA" Martinez told Phoenix's Up on the Sun that an eleventh studio album was in the works and planned for release in The tour ended What If? - Arena (11) - Live (CD August 4, Stereolithicthe band's first independently released studio album since 's Unitywas released on March 11, The album documents part of the Day concert wherein the band was accompanied onstage by a symphony orchestra for nine songs.
As of Februaryaccording to Nick Hexumwas working on a new album,  and in Februarythe band revealed the new album's title, Mosaicon their PledgeMusic update feed.
Mosaic was released on June 23,and was met with positive reviews. It was their 12th studio album and their 10th consecutive to debut in the Top 10 of US Billboard It debuted at number six, with 39, Album), album-equivalent unitsof which 37, were pure album sales. That summer, The Offspring released a cover of 's " Down " and released a "reggaefied" cover of The Offspring's " Self Esteem ".
When asked in an interview with PRS Guitarsconducted on March 11, Dayif were planning to make a new live album or follow-up to Voyagerguitarist Tim Mahoney What If? - Arena (11) - Live (CD, "This year is all about playing live and celebrating 30 years. Although we do have a few blocks of time set aside for new music writing and recording, the soonest for any new What If?
- Arena (11) - Live (CD would be On March 11,began celebrating an unofficial holiday of their own creation, which they called Day. Every other year on March 11, the band performs an extended concert for thousands of their fans. Inthe band played 47 songs. Inplayed 68 songs. The band played entire albums, rarities and covers.
Later that year, a DVD was released of the performance that contained 64 of the 68 songs. The intended set list was cut short from 69 songs because of a strict midnight curfew.
The band recorded the entire show in high definition ,and a 2-hour edit of the show aired on HDTV on December Over three separate sets, the band played 63 songs to a sold-out crowd of 14, fans, who represented all 50 states and 13 countries.
Album) band performed 79 songs during the two-day concert. In Marchbegan hosting a Festival Cruise. The environment is similar to an outdoor music festival involving camping. It made port in Jamaica. The band headlined set lists as usual and hosted other bands as well.
Along with fire performances by Nocturnal Arts. InGrassroots Uplifter v2 was released in California. The logo appears on all BK Racing cars . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the band. For other uses, see disambiguation. For the legume, see Peanut. For other uses, see Peanut disambiguation. American rock band. This article may contain excessive or inappropriate references to self-published sources. Please help improve it by removing references to unreliable sources where they are used inappropriately.
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