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R5 Ready Set Rock Ep Songs



This EP, however, was removed by the band when Ross landed the role of Austin Moon on Disney's Austin & Ally. The songs 'Can't get enough of you', 'Without you' and 'Never' have own made video clips that can be found on R5's old youtube channel.




R5 Ready Set Rock Ep Songs



The discography of R5, an American pop rock band, consists of two studio albums, five extended plays, thirteen singles, two promotional singles, twenty-two music videos and other album appearances. In March 2010, they self-released an EP, Ready Set Rock and in September they signed with Hollywood Records.[1] The second EP, Loud, was released on February 19, 2013, which featured the lead single and title track "Loud", the debut single from upcoming album. The band's first full-length album, Louder, was released on September 24, 2013 and the album not only includes the four songs from Loud and also seven new songs. The second single from the album, "Pass Me By", premiered on Radio Disney on August 16. The music video premiered on 29 August on Disney Channel and is available for public viewing on the band's Vevo channel. The third single, "(I Can't) Forget About You", was released on December 25, 2013 and reached number 47 on Billboard Digital Pop Songs, and the fourth single "One Last Dance" on May 29, 2014.


R5 was an American pop rock band formed in Los Angeles in 2009.[5]The band consisted of Ross Lynch (vocals/rhythm guitar), Riker Lynch (bass guitar/vocals), Rocky Lynch (lead guitar/vocals), Rydel Lynch (keyboards/vocals), and Ellington Ratliff (drums/vocals). They released their first EP Ready Set Rock on March 9, 2010, but it was removed once Ross got his role on the Disney Channel show Austin and Ally. They then released the EP Loud on February 19, 2013. Since releasing their debut album, Louder, on September 24, 2013, which peaked at 24 on the Billboard 200, followed by their world tour. Their second album, Sometime Last Night, was released on July 10, 2015, and debuted at 6 on the US Billboard 200, and reached the top 20 in five other countries. They have also released five EPs, eleven singles, and a documentary. In 2018 the band ended and Ross and Rocky formed the duo The Driver Era.


In 2009, R5 officially started the band and debuted their YouTube web series, R5 TV, documenting the band's day-to-day life and career beginning.[9] On September 5, they released their first music video, "Without You", directed by Riker.[10] The band self-released a five-track EP entitled Ready Set Rock on March 9, 2010, consisting of songs written primarily by Riker, Rocky, Rydel, vocal coach Mauli B, and band coach E-Vega, who produced the EP.[11] No official single was released from EP.[12] On September 4 they released a music video for "Can't Get Enough of You" and, in the next month, for "Never".[13][14] On July 26, 2011, the band released their debut promotional single, "Say You'll Stay".[15] The music video was released on August 3.[16] During these early years they played sets throughout Southern California at venues, including the Orange County Fair, the San Diego County Fair, the San Diego IndieFest, the Knitting Factory, and Six Flags Magic Mountain.


In April 2012, the band members announced via their website that they had signed a record deal with Hollywood Records, and that they were planning for their first mini-tour in May.[17][18] They collaborated on charity single "Make Some Noise" for Family Channel's Stand Up philanthropic campaign.[19] Their debut tour, West Coast Tour, started on May 3, 2012, and traveled only to west coast.[20][21] The second tour, East Coast Tour started on December 15, in Jamestown, New York, and traveled only to east coast serving to promote the band with the younger crowd.[22] They also held three special concerts, entitled 3M Tour, in Madison, Wisconsin on November 18, 2012, Milwaukee on November 19 and Minneapolis on November 20.[23][24] On February 19, 2013, they released the four-song EP Loud, which charted in the top 3 of the iTunes chart within 24 hours of its release.[25] One of the songs on the EP, "Here Comes Forever", was written by Riker, Rocky and Ross. The R5's debut single, "Loud", was released on February 13 and also serves as the first single from the debut album.[26] The song peaked at number 72 in Japan and 199 in United Kingdom.[27][28] On August 16, 2013, "Pass Me By", the second single from their debut album Louder, was released.


Louder was released on September 24, 2013, and climbed its way to number 2 on the iTunes charts, being classified as a "chart-topper" on the iTunes End of the Year Album list.[29] On December 25, 2013, the third single from Louder was released, titled "(I Can't) Forget About You" and, shortly after, the official video was released on the band's website. The band had songwriting credits on 6 of the 11 songs on Louder.[30] The album includes all four songs from the Loud EP.[18] In March 2013, R5 embarked on a 50-date North American tour,[18] and later that year they toured in Australia.[31] On February 5, 2014, the band embarked on the first leg of its first world tour starting in Warsaw, Poland. They toured numerous countries in Europe including: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Israel. The band also performed at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll and at the Radio Disney Music Awards.[32][33] On April 24, 2014, the band appeared on Ryan Seacrest's popular KIIS-FM radio show, On Air with Ryan Seacrest, where it was announced that they would be the opening act at the Wango Tango Music Festival.[34] The band released "One Last Dance" as fourth and final single from Louder on May 30, 2014.[35] On June 9, 2014, they released the music video for "Rock That Rock", a song written for Candymania's Ring Pop, featuring fan content.


Their third EP, Heart Made Up on You, was released on July 22, 2014, and consists of the songs "Heart Made Up On You," "Things Are Looking Up," "Easy Love," and "Stay With Me."[36] The music video for "Heart Made Up on You" was released on August 1, 2014. R5's second full-length album, Sometime Last Night, was released on July 10, 2015.[37] Riker shared in interviews that their second album was "more mature," and that Ross was one of the key writers on the record.[38] Ross stated that, earlier in the year, the band had an entire record finished and mastered, but they had second thoughts and scrapped it, feeling it was too similar to Louder and didn't accurately reflect the direction they wanted to go in.[37] The album was originally going to include all four songs from the Heart Made Up on You EP.[37] The band rewrote the entire album, taking a bigger role in the album's composition, writing most of the songs on the album. Some of the bonus tracks from the deluxe edition of Sometime Last Night were tracks intended for the original album.[30][37][39] On November 15, 2014, the band released the album's lead single, "Smile", and performed the song at the American Music Awards pre-show.


On March 16, 2017, Riker announced that the band was recording new songs.[51] On April 5, they announced their fourth EP, New Addictions,[52] which was released on May 12, 2017.[53][54] The five-song EP includes the single "If", the original songs "Red Velvet", "Lay Your Head Down" and "Trading Time", and "Need You Tonight", a cover of the INXS single from their 1987 album Kick. Short after the release of New Addictions, the new single Hurts Good was released[55][56] The band also announced their New Addictions Tour, a US tour which begins on June 17, 2017, and toured to Mexico, Europe, South America, and other countries.


R5's 2013 EP Loud follows up the band's 2010 EP Ready Set Rock, and once again showcases the band's buoyant, high-energy melodic pop music. Featured on the EP are brothers guitarist/vocalist Rocky Lynch, guitarist/vocalist Ross Lynch, and bassist/vocalist Riker Lynch along with sister keyboardist/vocalist Rydel Lynch and drummer Ellington Ratliff. With Loud's mixture of dance and rock-oriented material, R5 find a nice balance between the sound of Maroon 5 and One Direction. Besides the infectious title track single, the EP also includes the songs "Fallin' for You," "I Want U Bad," and "Here Comes Forever."


R5 are a melodic pop/rock ensemble from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2009, the band features three brothers, guitarist/vocalist Rocky Lynch, guitarist/vocalist Ross Lynch, and bassist/vocalist Riker Lynch, along with their keyboardist/vocalist sister Rydel Lynch. Raised in Littleton, Colorado, the siblings eventually relocated to Los Angeles in 2007, where they met drummer Ellington Ratliff, who rounded out the lineup. In 2010, R5 released their debut EP, Ready Set Rock. On the side, Ross appeared as Austin Moon on the Disney TV show Austin & Ally, while Riker had a recurring role on Fox's Glee. This helped boost R5's profile, and in 2012 they signed a recording contract with Hollywood Records.


A year later, R5 returned with their sophomore full-length album, Sometime Last Night, which entered the Billboard 200 at number six. Included on the album were the singles, "Smile," "Let's Not Be Alone Tonight," "All Night," "I Know You Got Away," and "Dark Side." Also released was the promotional single "F.E.E.L.G.O.O.D." The album featured more songs written by the band and showcased a more mature outlook and sound. In 2017, the quintet released New Addictions, a five-song set that included a cover of INXS' "I Need You Tonight."


Looking back, Riker thinks scrapping the first version of the second album was the best decision the group could have made at the time. It allowed R5 to demonstrate its songwriting skills and create an album that better reflects the kind of rocking pop sound the group wants to create. 041b061a72


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