10 Songs, 33 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings
24 Ratings
Gladiat0r719 ,

Refreshing and awesome!

This album is really a combination of formerly released material, but its awesome to have it all in one place. Dave Hause's voice is soothing while being just edgy enough to keep your attention from start to finish. The songs are honest and well written as well. C'mon kid is great. Can't wait to see Dave in the Revival tour. Buy this album.

Buckeyesfan216 ,

Beautiful album

This is a truly amazing album. A collection of of Dave's music over years and excellent. This is one of those musical experiences that's hard to put into words. You listen to it and become part of the experiences and story telling. He's excellent live as well. I saw him some years ago in Cleveland opening for someone. It was him, his guitar, and his music. He stole the show and left a lasting impression on me that continues to this day. I've seen him times since and he is always incredible. Buy this album and became a life long fan.

Batman 55 ,

What The...

I gave this album five stars because it is that good, however when I was trying to listen to C'mon Kid it cuts off after seven seconds. Needless to say that's a bummer. Hey iTunes, can you fix that for me?

About Dave Hause

Singer and guitarist Dave Hause made a name for himself in the early 2000s as the frontman of Philadelphia punk band the Loved Ones. He formed the group in 2003 with two friends from the Philly punk scene, Michael "Spider" Cotterman and Mike Sneeringer, after logging time as manager and/or roadie for various bands like Sick of It All, the Bouncing Souls, Kid Dynamite, and the Explosion. Hause had also spent time playing in a few Philly-based hardcore/punk acts of his own: the Curse, Step Ahead, and Paint It Black. After forming the Loved Ones and pulling double band duty for a bit, he officially left Paint It Black in mid-2004 to concentrate fully on the former band, which had just recorded a short demo. They went on to release a self-titled EP in early 2005, and after a few albums of straightforward, melodic punk rock, Hause found himself with a bunch of songs that didn't totally seem to fit a Loved Ones album. So instead, he kept them for himself and started playing out some solo shows in 2009, and the songs eventually found their way onto what would be his first solo effort -- recorded with the help of some friends, affectionately deemed the Empty Bottles Band -- called Resolutions. Inspired more by singer/songwriters than punk rockers, though not totally removed from the musical realm of the Loved Ones, the stripped-down album was released in early 2011 on Paper + Plastick Records. After writing another album for the band -- which was still on an extended hiatus and eventually dissolved -- Hause recorded the songs as Devour. Backed by a band of all-star guests, the set was issued in October of 2013. His third solo outing, the spirited and Americana-tinged Bury Me in Philly, followed in 2017, again via Rise. ~ Corey Apar

Philadelphia, PA
March 12, 1978




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