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Hard to beat!!

Perfect, can't stop listening to it, london rock at it's best, better than the jam and the specials put together. just some of the things i've heard my mates say about this album since i bullied them all into listening to it (even though i know they only really like house music).

hard to beat

Hard-fi best indie rock band heard hard to beat then i brought there album the acoustic version is good and there oths songs are good hope too see new songs later in the year

Hard-Fi, the next generation.

Fantastic debut album from a band that will surely go on to great things, clever mix of catchy tunes and lyrics that have meaning, and actually tell the listener about the bands life. Hard to Beat is the kind of song that will be played as an 'anthem', for years to come as proven by its many uses in sporting programmes. but there is more depth to this album than just that, it has many good songs allied to good tunes, that leave you just wanting the next album and tour to come along....quickly!


Formed: 2002 in Staines, Middlesex, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Staines, England's Hard-Fi feature Richard Archer (vocals), Ross Philips (guitar), Kai Stephens (bass), and Steve Kemp (drums). The punk-inspired indie rock quintet formed in 2002; they feature a brash mix of Dexy's Midnight Runners melodies, Franz Ferdinand hooks, and the theatrics of the Dead 60s. Hard-Fi self-released Stars of CCTV in October 2004, and all 500 copies quickly sold out. The U.K. indie imprint Necessary reissued the nine-song nugget the following June. Once again, HARD-Fi got the...
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