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American Hi-Fi - Blood & Lemonade

4.50
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2014-09-09 Year: 2014
Label: Rude Records
Genre: Power Pop
Producer: John Fields
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Boston based American Hi-Fi made a strong comeback in 2010 with the album Fight the Frequency. The band had before that had a break of five years deponent on, among other things, being dropped by their label previous label, Maverick. This new album Blood & Lemonade follows the same path as its predecessor and offers power-pop like a modern Cheap Trick. Also add a dose of Foo Fighters and you get an album that belongs in the stadiums, but also classic rock clubs with its catchy style. Tracks like "Armageddon Days" and "Golden Days" is really good and opens the album in a very impressive way. Stacy Jones here shows what a good songwriter he is and that it is not a coincidence that he is now Miley Cyrus Musical Director.
So if you like bands like Enuff Z'Nuff, Foo Fighters and why not the SR-71 so this album is a must to check out!

Tracklisting 1. Armageddon Days
2. Golden State
3. Coma
4. Wake Up
5. Allison
6. Amnesia
7. Killing Time
8. Carry the Sorrow
9. Portland
10. No Ordinary Life


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