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Strange, Experimental, Calculated... and AMAZING!

Hooray for Earth fills the niche of eclectic mix between Indie, New Wave, and Experimental. Their blend is a wonderful synthesis of sound and harmony in a strange, harsh way. While the album's cuts are wonderful, they pale in comparison to the live sound - especially the top-notch drumming in this band. However, they are indeed fine works to rekindle seeing the shows. Overall, a fine album for 2010.


I literally just got back from seeing them live, and they were AWESOME. Hooray for Earth is able to take grungy distorted music and make it sound tight and polished. Even though I wish it was louder, their sound just engulfed the room. Every song starts off thin and works its way up to a huge climax. It's great. I expect to hear a lot more from this band. They're going places.

Their self titled album is MUCH better....

A few years ago a friend from MTV brought me to Hooray For Earth's NYC show @ Lolita bar in the lower east side. All i can say is: MAGIC. Period. I haven't had that feeling at a rock show since the strokes' first tour. The keyboard had so much bass and sound, it's hard to explain how effective that was in a small room. Panties were flying at on stage, everyone was going nuts. "Take Care" and "Simple Plan" were so good I thought the roof was going to pop off. **** Speaking of which, why on earth is their self titled album from 2004 "Hooray For Earth" not for sale.. It is so much better than Momo...


Formed: 2005 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New York-based indie rock quartet Hooray for Earth materialized officially in late 2005, though the band had been in a slow-to-gel state of formation since singer Noel Heroux and bassist Chris Principe met and played in various projects during their high-school days. While he and Principe were living in Boston, Heroux worked diligently on home recordings of his songs, many of which developed into some of the earliest Hooray for Earth tunes. With the addition of drummer Seth Kasper and keyboardist/guitarist...
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