Their next two releases, 2008's Silver Cord and 2010's Vagabonds, both landed on the Billboard 200 and, though the band doesn't brand itself Christian as rock, the Top Ten of the Christian albums chart. After parting ways with Tooth & Nail
and with Duque, their self-produced fourth album, Phoenix, arrived via Goomba Music
in 2012 and repeated that chart success.
The Classic Crime celebrated ten years together in 2014 with the live record What Was Done, Vol. 1: A Decade Revisited, released by independent label BC Music
. The Seattle co-operative also handled their fifth studio LP, 2017's How to Be Human. ~ Marcy Donelson & Corey Apar, Rovi