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Backstage With All Time Low on Three-City, One-Day Marathon

July 17, 2009 4:26 PM ET

Pop-punk band All Time Low attempted the nearly impossible — three secret shows in one day — to herald the arrival of new album Nothing Personal. While mentors Mark Hoppus and Pete Wentz pop up in the band's new video for "Weightless," the band was on its own for the whirlwind trek to Washington, DC, Chicago and Anahem, California on July 7th, and they filmed part of their travels for Rolling Stone on a handy Flip camera. Click above to watch the results.

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Song Stories

“Vans”

The Pack | 2006

Berkeley, California rappers the Pack made their footwear choice clear in 2006 with the song "Vans." The track caught the attention of Too $hort, who signed them to his imprint. MTV refused to play the video for the song, though, claiming it was essentially a commercial for the product. Rapper Lil' B disagreed. "I didn’t know nobody [at] Vans," he said. "I was just a rapper who wore Vans." Even without MTV's support, Lil' B recognized the impact of the track. "God blessed me with such a revolutionary song… People around my age know who really started a lot of the dressing people are into now."

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