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Customer Reviews

Mercedes Baby!

Love the original version. Now… where is the video?

Also, bring some of this creativity back!!!!! The music on this album is catchy, however the lyrics need to be remixed but it's ok none the less. Maybe you could make a remixed album? Or rerecord a song or two on a new album? Just some thoughts.


You guys finally decided to upload "what you want is now"but anyways,thanks!:)


I got this album because I love Suburba and The End Is Not The End, and I am kind of an OCD completionist. But I really have to say their first album, in my humble opinion, is really, really lacking. Overall, this album is really kind of boring and there is not a single track that really jumps out at, at all. Seriously, every song sounds like the next. I guess it is kind of interesting if you really must know how far they have come. Unless you are a massive House of Heroes fan, buy their latest albums instead.


Formed: Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

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

Based out of Columbus, Ohio, the guys of Christian rock trio House of Heroes originally came together as a punk-pop band called No Tagbacks. Comprising A.J. Babcock (bass/vocals), Colin Rigsby (drums/vocals), and Tim Skipper (vocals/guitar), the group built up a respectable grassroots following through constant touring. However, when various setbacks took place (problems with their record label and otherwise), the bandmembers took a step back and realized their punk-pop sound just didn't fit who...
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