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|Album Name||Release Year|
|Secrets Are Sinister||2008|
|Life of the Party||2004|
|The Strangest Things||2003|
|Day Sleeper EP||2002|
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|2||Wake Me When It's Over||2,274||1,101|
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|4||Everywhere You Turn||2,403||999|
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|10||Meet Me At The Bottom||1,137||506|
Located in San Diego, California, Qualcomm Stadium is the home for the NFL's San Diego Chargers and San Diego State University Aztec football team. Qualcomm is also the former home of the San Diego Padres, holding that spot until 2003. The 70,561-seat stadium opened in 1967 and has incurred numerous name changes over its history, starting as San Diego Stadium, followed by Jack Murphy Stadium until earning its current name in 1997. Qualcomm has also picked up various nicknames in that span, such as ?The Murph' and ?The Q'. The venue is also the home of a pair of collegiate bowl games, the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl and the San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. Some more historic events that have taken place at Qualcomm were Super Bowl XXII in 1988, Super Bowl XXXII in 1998 and Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003. ?The Q' also hosted the 1978 and 1992 MLB All-Star Games, as well as the 1984 and 1998 World Series, making it one of just three stadiums to host a Super Bowl, MLB All-Star Game and World Series. Owned by the City of San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium cost just $27 million at the time it was built, but renovations to the stadium have increased its value over the years. Because the venue hosted both baseball and football games, the construction is very unique. The lower bowl of the stadium is constructed using both aluminum or steel and concrete to enable transition from a football to a baseball venue. Qualcomm has also hosted a number of international soccer matches, including those in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.