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Hearts On Parade

American Hi-Fi

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Big Letdown!!!!!

First off - I am a big AHF fan - however, that doesnt stop me from recognizing bad when I hear it. Anytime you incorporate Butch Walker in your band - your doomed - enough said. However there are two lone bright spots amongst all the murk and mire - The Geeks Get the Girls & Seperation Anxiety. I am all for bands trying new things, but dont fix what aint broken, right? This album sounds like a bad cover band trying to sound like The Clash. If you want good American Hi-Fi, buy the two good songs on this album, and then buy the Art of Losing and the self-titled debut.


This American Hi-Fi album lacks the punk-ness of their previous releases, but the songs are very catchy. This album is very original and their is nothing like it. You will not get sick of these songs and the words to many of the songs will probably get stuck in your head. Overall, it is a great album.

The Newest Album Is The Best!

This is American Hi-Fi's greatest album yet. It is a great pop sound mixed in with it that the other albums don't have. Every song, literally, is good on the album. This is one of the only albums where I can listen front to end with out skipping around.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Drummer Stacy Jones already had his hand in rock & roll prior to his gig with American Hi-Fi. Having been a part of some of the 1990's biggest alternative acts, Letters to Cleo and Veruca Salt, Jones turned his experience inside out for his own musical project. While working on Nina Gordon's Tonight and the Rest of My Life solo album, Jones looked toward the vibrancy of Cheap Trick and cast the healthy rock sounds of American Hi-Fi. Jones, guitarist Jaime Arentzen, bassist Drew Parsons, and drummer...
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