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Hearts On Parade
American Hi-Fi
Hearts On Parade
Genre: Rock
 
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Japan exclusive album from the alternative pop/rock act features 11 tracks. Universal. 2004.

      
   
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All Artists: American Hi-Fi
Title: Hearts On Parade
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Phantom Sound & Vision
Release Date: 12/28/2004
Album Type: Import
Genre: Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 093624899129, 4988005366412

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Japan exclusive album from the alternative pop/rock act features 11 tracks. Universal. 2004.

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Johnny's kick ass review on hearts on parade
12/29/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I think this album is their best so far, stacy has stopped swearing which isnt so bad but hey hes done it. jamie has turned off the distortion on his guitar and drew has got a funkier bassline. Their old drummer left the band and they got a knew drummer ,though stacy did the drums on the album. And everything is different they might aswell change their name (lame joke i know) Their previous albums are much heavier but I say this is their best. The reason I was sooooooo generous with giving four stars is that they added piano and keyboards, and in every single secondof each song you can hear the basses pulse. This is by far their weirdest album yet. Stacys lyric writing has improved to a pop sound in a good way though, trust me this album is worth getting.
I also reccomend american hi-fi's other albums, american hi fi, american hi-fi live the rock and roll noodle soup, the art of losing,and sum 41s albums , take a look at, half hour of power, all killer no filer, does this look infected and chuckalso, sugarcults 2 albums, start static and palm trees and power lines, and of course all the blink 182 albums starting with dude ranch on wards dont bother with the first album its worth listening to but dont buy it."
Hi-fi's different sound
12/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Now, like most of you when i first heard this album i was like what is this. I loved their previous two albums and this one was so not close to the others. Then after a while the songs grow on you. I was thinking to myself is AHF a sellout and then i read an interview with Stacy Jones and he realizes there is an identity crisis in who they are and they are fine with that, They like to change their music with each album its never the same music. Anyway heres my short review of the album

Maybe Wont Do 9/10
Hell Yeah 9/10
Geeks 8and a half/10
Something Real 7/10
We cant be friends 10/10
Seperation Anxiety 10/10
The Everlasting fall 8/10
Highs and Lows 7/10
Baby Come Home 8/10
Where did We go wrong 8/10
Hearts on Parade 10/10"
Total Excellence
Donal Kearney | 09/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was devestated to find out these guys were dropped by island in 2003 cos of poor sales. Basically Island did a crap job promoting the art of losing. Because it was a great album in every sense. totally rocked out. then when i found out they had been picked up and were releasing another album i was delighted. Hearts on parade is there best yet. a totally excellent album. No complaints. Catchy tunes, great lyrics, great message. Rock on guys hope to see u in spokane w.a. by the way im from ireland."