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Comeback of the Century!

This is Hot Hot Heat's best album since Make Up the Breakdown. It might even be the best album they've ever made. If you like creative, catchy music with a perfect combination of fun but thoughtful lyrics, guitars, drums and keys, don't pass up this album!

Great as ever~

This band has always been experimental throughout their albums, and yet they manage to keep that Hot Hot Heat type of atmosphere. This album has so many good songs. All so eclectic and upbeat in nature and yet so relaxed to just cruise around while jamming on the radio. 5/5!

Hot hot heat

Love this band and song listen to it over again much love from buffalo ny

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Alternative

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

Beginning as a noisy, synth-based combo in 1999, Victoria, British Colombia's Hot Hot Heat evolved into an aggressively catchy indie rock band two years later, when keyboardist Steve Bays took on the vocal duties, and guitarist Dante DeCaro joined their ranks. The group's new lineup -- which also featured founding members Paul Hawley on drums and Dustin Hawthorne on bass -- brought a newfound sense of melody and witty wordplay to their music, which they debuted on their 2002 EP Knock Knock Knock....
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