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A struggling band's existence is, well, a struggle. There are the day jobs and the night gigs, the yearning for recognition, the wish that some day their album would be released, and then they could quit their jobs and take up music full time. Even when already signed to a major label. Even with one album under their belts. Or so it was with Austin-based band The Damnations. Much time lapsed between the release of "Half Mad Moon" on Sire Records in 1999 and "Where It Lands" on their own label, Joy-Ride Records, in March. ...