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Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, Hot Hot Heat first came to prominence in 2002 with their breakthrough debut LP, Make Up The Breakdown, an electrifying dose of urgent, dancey rock anchored by frontman Steve Bays characteristic yelp and highly infectious melodies. Over the years, the Canadian band has delivered their kinetic brand of rock and roll live to thousands, toured the world with bands such as Modest Mouse, Kings Of Leon, The Walkmen and Queens of the Stone Age, and released several albums, garnering praise from everyone from Pitchfork to Rolling Stone and Spin who described their sound as aggressively exuberant funk-punk.
The band s latest album Future Breeds is a call to action. After leaving their previous label, the foursome stripped away all the unnecessary elements in their lives, built their own studio in Vancouver, and emerged renewed and recharged. The resulting record is at once propulsive and volcanic, and fueled, as ever, by candy-coated melodies that hurl you through Bays' lyrical world.
|3. Times A Thousand|
|5. Goddess On The Prairie|
|6. Zero Results|
|7. Future Breeds|
|8. JFK's LSD|
|10. Buzinezz Az Uzual|
|11. What Is Rational?|
|12. Nobody's Accusing You (Of Having A Good Time)|
These guys still have a very unique sound. Loves me some Hot Hot Heat. Probably why I put Sriracha on everything.Published 24 months ago by Beef Suprito
This album is entirely different from any album prior. Not to say it isn't good! I personally enjoy Future Breeds in its own respected way! Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by James
This is my favorite album by Hot Hot Heat and I knew it from the first spin of the cd. It is quirky, creative, and ambitious. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Michael Peyton