Focused around singer/songwriters Adam Busch (vocals) and Eric Kufs (guitar), Common Rotation are a lively indie rock and roll ensemble from Prolonged Island, NY. Busch, who produced his major performing debut in the 5th period of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Warren, founded Common Rotation along with his college chum, Kufs, in early 1999. They self-released 28 Orange Road prior to the year’s end and toured to get the record for just two years solid. Schedules with THEY COULD BE Giants and sold-out displays in London, Glasgow, and Belfast allowed Common Rotation the chance to make the feeling. The band’s second record, The Big Dread, made an appearance in June 2003. The Crystal clear Channel EP implemented two years afterwards. In 2006 the music group released the full-length record Isalie. The band’s 6th album, God Helps to keep an Open up Gallery, was established for discharge in 2011.