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Album Review

764-Hero's fourth album and their first for Tiger Style revealed a band refreshed, broadly revitalized, and more capable than ever of detaching themselves from their reputation as an emotionally pale imitation of the emocore elite. Interestingly, 764-Hero's tastes hadn't exactly budged — the same hard-strummed arrangements and beaten bits of rock logic were still present, and John Atkins still mourned his way through the same lyrical themes — but instead of coming across as clunkingly self-absorbed, the band would paint huge expanses of clearly accessible toppling musical confidence to sponsor the complaints. This made for another ragged album, but one that had a deeper, fuller, more satisfying sound than anything the band had released before.

Customer Reviews

Good Album

This is probebly 764-HEROs best album. I really like this band and John gets a very cool sound out of his guitar. it is really original and a good buy. if ur just here for a song or two i would go with "Oceanbound" or "You Were a Party" -peace


for all you fans who love in the aeroplane over the sea or turn on the bright lights or built to spill or modest mouse or even elliott smith. i know you will love this album. its one of those perfect albums from start to finish albums with key tracks being "OCEANBOUND" "SATELLITES" "LONG ARM OF THE LAW" the best being, i would have to say...."SKYLINES", so great please at least give it a sample listen, i wish these guys got the credit they deserve

Nothing Special

This 764-Hero album was ok, You Were a Party was a great song but the rest was just average.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Passionate, heart-wrenching lyrics combined with an understated guitar/bass/drum sound describe 764-Hero, the emo-core trio from Seattle, Washington. Initially formed as a duo in 1995, the band started out with John Atkins on guitars, keyboard, and lead vocals and Polly Johnson-Dickinson on drums and percussion. Atkins and Johnson-Dickinson had met while playing in other Seattle-area bands, Atkins in Hush Harbor and Johnson-Dickinson in Bell Jar. The band remained nameless until its first show, when...
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