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Hearts on Parade and Hot Fuss CD Reviews

American Hi-Fi is releasing its third album, Hearts on Parade.
Courtesy of Maverick
Hot Fuss has been on the Billboard charts for 41 weeks.
Courtesy of Island Records

American Hi-Fi - Hearts on Parade

American Hi-Fi has stepped up to bat once again with their third album. Best known for tracks like Flavor of the Week, American Hi-Fi has pumped out a CD that'll definitely get added to your summer tunes collection.

American Hi-Fi - Hearts on Parade Facts

  • Hearts on Parade is American Hi-Fi's first disc on Maverick records.
  • Lead singer, Stacy Jones is the former drummer of Letters to Cleo and Veruca Salt.
  • The boys say their biggest musical influence for thier latest disc, Hearts on Parade, is Blur.
  • Originally formed in Boston, American Hi-Fi now calls California home.

American Hi-Fi - Hearts on Parade Hot Tracks

The Geeks Get The Girls; We Can't Be Friends; Separation Anxiety; Hearts On Parade.

The Killers - Hot Fuss

Hot Fuss is the first disc from Las Vegas band, The Killers. It's edgy, original and completely perfect to sing along to at the top of your lungs. The album from start to finish is incredibly contagious and all your pals will be dying to pick up a copy the second they hear you jammin' out to it.

The Killers - Hot Fuss Facts
  • Although The Killers are from Las Vegas, they originally signed with a London-based label called Lizard King.
  • The Killers are being sued by their former drummer, who claims he wrote the song Mr. Brightside. Lead singer Brandon Flowers says that he's lying.
  • The Killers will be on tour around North America from April 11, 2005 - May 3, 2005.
  • Hot Fuss has remained on the Billboard Charts Top Ten list for 41 weeks.

The Killers - Hot Fuss Hot Tracks

Mr. Brightside; Smile Like You Mean It; Somebody Told Me; All These Things That I've Done.

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KayyyKay wrote:

Just Checked American Hi-Fi Out. Love Them !!!!
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