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|01||Boy Moves to a New Town With Optimistic Outlook|
|02||Man Whatcha Doin'?|
|03||The Unavoidable Battle of Feeling On the Outside|
|04||Boy Meets Girl (and Vice Versa)|
|05||Sometimes You Can Forget Who You Are|
|06||The Voyager of Beliefs|
|07||Her Father's Song|
|08||Take Me As I Am|
|10||The Shindig (Off to College)|
FM Static is a two-piece Toronto-based pop punk band currently signed to Tooth & Nail Records. The band was started as a side project by Thousand Foot Krutch frontman Trevor McNevan, and drummer Steve Augustine. The original lineup included John Bunner on guitar and Justin Smith on bass.
Their first album What Are You Waiting For? was produced by Aaron Sprinkle, who also produced Thousand Foot Krutch's album Phenomenon. The album featured the hit singles "Definitely Maybe", "Something to Believe In", and "Crazy Mary". FM Static toured through 2003 to 2005, John Bunner quickly retired after playing a few shows and so Justin asked his brother Jeremy to fill in for them.
On August 1, 2006, FM Static released their second album titled Critically Ashamed, which featured the single "Waste of Time". Originally, a cover of Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" was to be included on this album, but it was removed later in the production process. The band did not tour in support of their second album because the Smith brothers had stopped playing for them. So FM Static became a two-piece band with studio musicians filling in for the other parts. While their second album featured only the single "Waste of Time", the songs "Tonight" and "Moment of Truth" went on to become huge unadvertised Internet hits, as well as hits on some radio stations. The song "Tonight" had accumulated over ten million hits on YouTube as of August 2010, while "Moment of Truth" had nearly seven million.