Though both bands have gone to separate labels, they were briefly labelmates on Victory Records at the beginning of the decade. There, they each released some of their best known material, with Taking Back Sunday releasing Tell All Your Friends and Thursday issuing Full Collapse. After that, each went on to major labels though Thursday returned to (very large) indie Epitaph Records for 2009's Common Existence and this year's No Devolución.
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