The movielife - has a gambling problem

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With the band's growing popularity, [5] they almost signed with Equal Vision Records , however they instead signed with Revelation Records . [11] The band recorded their second album with producer Brian McTernan at Salad Days Studio in Washington, DC. [12] This Time Next Year was released through Revelation Records in October 2000, [13] with touring alongside New Found Glory and Glassjaw to promote it. In 2001, the Movielife signed to Drive-Thru Records , and released to Has a Gambling Problem EP in November of the same year. [3] During the recording of the follow-up full length, Amiruddin quit to start Keep Breathing. [5] Amiruddin explained that he "grew disenchanted with the new direction of the music, and my friendships with the other guys in the band suffered for various reasons". [14] He was replaced by Dan Navetta, Phil's younger brother. [5] In 2003, Forty Hour Train Back to Penn was released, [15] and the Movielife again set out on tour in support of the effort. The album reached number 164 on the Billboard 200 . On September 29, a note on the band's website revealed that the Movielife had decided to break up. [16]

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