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Album Review

The parenthetical "n" in the title of For(n)ever isn't merely a piece of clever typography, it's an indication of what Hoobastank's fourth album is all about, for For(n)ever is tied together by the notion that nothing lasts forever...or more precisely, whatever relationship singer Doug Robb just finished sure didn't last forever. For(n)ever is a breakup album at its purest, teeming with regret, anger, and recriminations but little guilt, as there's little question that Robb believes he's the wronged party. He finds incriminating letters tucked away behind the bed, discovers that "[The] more you speak/The less I care about you," wonders "Who the Hell Am I?" now that the relationship has sputtered to a halt. Despite this barrage of invective, it's strangely reassuring hearing the oft-preprogrammed Hoobastank break free from their constraints. Prior to this, they seemed more concerned with airplay than emotion, so it's nice to see their human side slip through.

Customer Reviews


I was really excited when I saw the new single "My Turn" however, after having listen to the album I was a little bit disapointed. The album is fine but you listen to it once and that's it. I liked better the three albums before, those rocks. But this one...


One hit wonders, the albums inconsistant, don't get

good, but take warning if you only like the heavier Hoobastank, "relationship" type of cd.

I thought that this album was good, I don't think it's the best Hoobastank has ever done but it's able to have 4/5 stars still. It does seem like its gonna have just 3 or 4 good songs that will have lots of airtime, but what's different from that in any other Hoobastank album, I have The Reason album and most of its songs are forgettable except for the four singles. I think you should give this album a try, plus it does have some wicked art on the cd if you buy it in person.


Formed: 1994 in Agoura Hills, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

While the heavy alternative sounds of Tool and Alice in Chains were primary influences on Hoobastank's sound, the post-grunge quartet tempered the gloomier elements of such music with a suburban California groove and an eye for accessibility. Formed in the Los Angeles suburb of Agoura Hills in early 1994, the band's earliest members were vocalist Doug Robb and guitarist Dan Estrin, who met each other at a high-school battle of the bands competition. The two chose to join forces, adding bassist Markku...
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