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Hawthorne Heights - If only you were lonely

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-09-30 Year: 2006
Label: Victory Records
Genre: Post Hardcore
Producer: Steve Evetts
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Location:Ohio,USA
Discography:Silence in black and white (2004),If only you were lonely (2006)
Bandmembers:Casey Calvert - Guitar,Micah Carli - Guitar,Matt Ridenour - Bass,JT Woodruff - Vocals/Guitar,Eron Bucciarelli - Drums
Influences:Quicksand,Nirvana,Led Zeppelin,The Beach Boys
Will appeal to fans of:My Chemical Romance,The Black Maria,Dead Poetic
Album tracks Total length:43,58
1.This is who we are (3,47)
2.We are so last year (2,59)
3.Language lessons (4,47)
4.Pens and needles (3,23)
5.Saying sorry (3,17)
6.Dead in the water (3,09)
7.I am on your side (3,53)
8.Breathing in sequence (4,16)
9.Light sleeper (3,31)
10.Cross me off your list (3,28)
11.Where can I stab myself in the ears (3,42)
12.Decembers (3,42)
Kaj?s final words:Melodic posthardcore is a good description of this band?s sound,you can also add a portion of emo and punkpop in there so we get real close to how Hawthorne Heights new album "If only you were lonely" sounds like.
They deliver classy 3 way harmony vocals on a majority of these 12 tracks,the production almost has that crystal clear Aaron Sprinkle touch to it so Steve Evetts (Story of the year) has done a remarkably good job of making these songs come out of the speakers like melting ice on the first day of spring.

Tracklisting 1. This Is Who We Are
2. We Are So Last Year
3. Language Lessions (Five Words Or Less)
4. Pens and Needles
5. Saying Sorry
6. Dead In the Water
7. I Am On Your Side
8. Breathing Sequence
9. Light Sleeper
10. Cross Me Off Your List
11. Where Can I Stab Myself In the Ears
12. Decembers


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