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When Your Heart Stops Beating is the debut studio album by alternative rock band 44.
Tensions begin to arise between the band members as guitarist Tom De Longe expressed his desire to cancel an upcoming tour and enter a half-year respite from touring.
At a band meeting which coincided with the beginning of Blink-182's final European tour in December, De Longe expressed his desire to spend more time with his family. During the band's six-month break, Hoppus expressed his desire for the band to perform at Music for Relief's Concert for South Asia, a benefit show to aid victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.
Manager Rick De Voe phoned Hoppus and Barker, who were waiting in the rehearsal space for De Longe, the following day to tell them that De Longe had quit the band, stating: "As of today, Tom De Longe is no longer a member of Blink-182." Jordan Schur, the former president of Geffen Records (distributor of Blink-182, the band's final album before their break-up), reportedly told Barker to "any press you do, make sure you say everything is cool," opting to instead issue a statement calling the band's break-up an 'indefinite hiatus'.
Immediately following De Voe's phone call, Hoppus and Barker began laying down new ideas.
The album artwork was made available in three different colors: blue (standard version), pink and green (out of print).