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Plain White T's' mega-hit "Hey There Delilah" was initially dropped from their 2005 LP, All That We Needed, because its bare-bones acoustic vibe didn't fit well with the big pop-punk sound their label was after.
As players progress through the game's garage to stardom storyline, they unlock specially designed Plain White T's band characters while performing Our Time Now.
Dark and delicious contributors include Marylin Manson, Korn, All American Rejects, Plain White T's and Shiny Toy Guns, and each one is a spookily magical delight, making a whole album that puts the eerie cool back into Christmas music.
Not to sound too bitter but it was nice to see that recent one hit wonders Plain White T's drew one of the smallest crowds of the weekend, although hit Hey There Delilah entertained those who stayed for it..
The single features two new mixes of the song as well as a Radio 1 Live Lounge cover version of The Plain White T's hit Delilah.
THE PLAIN WHITE T'S, an American band who are starting to make a name for themselves on this side of the Atlantic, release debut album Every Second Counts on Monday.
He then took things slower by performing his favorite track titled 'All These Things' before doing a cover of 'Hey There Delilah' by Plain White T's, which Ripperger revealed he tried to buy from the band during the MySpace heydays.
Sam Woolf: He nailed it with his rendition of "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T's. It was a perfect song choice and his fans loved it.
Brilliant soundtrack to Tim Burton's stop-motion film Frankenweenie, with contributions from Karen O, Plain White T's, Skylar Grey and a monstrously good version of Witchcraft by The Cure's Robert Smith.
Was inspiration for Plain White T's song `Hey There Delilah.' Really.
This time last year, Plain White T's would have struggled to fill up the Club Academy never mind a sell out gig at the Academy itself.
ESCALATING from virtual unknowns to a household name, Chicago pop-rockers Plain White T's, pictured, were easily one of last year's biggest breakthrough acts.