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Hawthorne Heights is taking over the world, one broken heart at a time. Since the 2004 release of their Victory Records powerhouse debut album, The Silence In Black And White, Hawthorne Heights spent every single week of 2005 in the Top 200. They have headlined sold out tours in the US and UK, headlined Warped Tour 2005, appeared in every major music publication, are in heavy rotation on MTV and Fuse, and have toured with the likes of Sum 41 and Fall Out Boy. After spending the fall of 2005 holed up in the studio in Hoboken, New Jersey, Hawthorne Heights have surfaced with a painfully beautiful album that is nothing short of the biggest rock record of 2006. Features Man artwork. Victory.

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

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 28, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: February 28, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B000E1XOGM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,118 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Yes I understand they are marketed towards teenagers, but let's give our youth a little more credit.
Jessie J. Howell
First of all I just want to address all the people that have been saying not to write a review for a band if you don't like them.
Javier Chiavras
There are so many just-as-accessible bands out there that offer so much more than Hawthorne Heights.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By G$ and the Maverick Goodtime band on June 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
You know, I've read all kinds of reviews of this album, but I thought the best review was by a guy who really didnt like the band, but gave a completely neutral review...a true honest interpretation of this album. I am a huge Hawthorne Heights fan. I loved SIBAW and fell in love with all their songs and literally counted down the days til I could buy the new one..

But, I was very disappointed when I actually listened to it. I will admit to everyone right now, that if you are looking for guitar-efficinado (sp?) then this is not the cd or band to purchase...but I love the drums and bass, very much so. It seems that HH is becoming the band that draws all the teenage-girls to the emo/screamo scene or whatever, all over MTV.

Now, once again, I am not saying that HH has "sold-out" or anything else as lame..Im just saying that the reason that SIBAW was sooo good was because they tore it up and Casey ( the screamer ) did his thing. Now he is a rarity, he's mic is always turned down and JT, a mediocre singer at best is the backbone of HH. I love this sorta music...but this album didnt do it for me.

Before you read another brainless, run-of-the-mill emo fan review of this cd, just know that if you're a fan of HH, de pick it up...but no one should buy this with the expectations of musical genious and the next greatest album ever...but enjoy it for what it is : a decent follow-up to their debut...nothing more and nothing less.
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30 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Insert Name Here on May 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
A while back, I was in the mood for some new Screamo bands, as I had just listened to Underoath "They're Only Chasing Safety" album, and, while I preferred Dallas-era Underoath, I was one of the few long time fans that really liked that album, and wanted to find something similar to that style. Someone had recommended Hawthorne Heights, and found it strange that I had never heard of them. I don't pay attention to MTV, nor do I listen to any rock station that would play this sort of music, so I was one of the few in America that could claim to never hearing "Ohio is For Lovers" at the time. I bought the CD on impulse, and was kind of intrigued to see that they had a 3-guitarist line up (something not used all too often), and mistakenly raised my hopes that there would be a tad more complex melodies ensuing (please keep in mind I had never heard these guys before when making this false-expectation). Well, the result of this being that I was not just disappointed by the album, but appalled and confused at how they had become as popular as they are now.

I refused to buy the new CD, but I still was given a copy of it without being asked. I didn't really want to listen to it, but I was willing to give this band a second chance, since, after all, I didn't actually have to pay for it. My conclusion remains the same: the complaints I had about the first album are still present. Where to begin?

1) Back to the "3-guitarist line up" deal: every time I hear someone mention this, I think "The Slipknot of Emo". Why? I'm going to assume everyone knows who Slipknot is, and how they have 9 members that are essentially pulling off a sound that a group of 3 or 4 talented musicians could make (4, of course, if the singer isn't playing a guitar).
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Martin on April 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I must be the only one who is completely confused as to how Hawthorne Heights have received so much buzz. As soon as I'm seeing them on MTV, in huge commercials, and playing late night shows, I'm finding I know little to nothing about their actual music. I put on their debut, "The Silence In Black And White," and was suprised to discover that the songs on that record were getting so much hype, so much attention; it was unclear to me what the "special" thing was with Hawthorne Heights. To me, they always seemed to be relatively run of the mill melodic pop touched with hardcore.

"If Only You Were Lonely" obviously had a nice budget; there is a dual CD cover for Gods sake, and the band has already done a DVD with one album under their belt. I put this album on and immediately was sucked into the catchiness of it all. Super-charged production on the guitars and vocals is brutally and terribly obvious, and it's not a super bad thing. It seems the singer's abilities to really project require a boost in vocal production, and that's fine. None of this bothered me a bit, for some reason, and I enjoyed the relatively harmless, predictable, and redundant vocal melodies and guitars for a bit. That's likely the best word to describe this record: harmless. The "growling/screaming" is present, (duhhhhh) and is even buried and as boring as the 3-4 chord interchange that backs it up.

So, should you buy this record? You probably are going to already, if you're the mass. But if you were on the fence with it, I'd say sure, why not. We could all use a dose of over-production and shameless, false vocal renderings to get us through the day. Regardless of how plastic and generic this band is, this album has relatively agreeable, pleasant melodies and vocal ramblings, and never steps outside of the box, keeping things clean, harmless, and entirely safe. After all, what else you expect from the cute boys of trendy hard-ass pop punk?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jenna on June 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
When I first bought Hawthorne Heights 'If Only You Were Lonely' I had alot of anticipation for it but after listening to it I was just completley disappointed. There is only about 1 maybe 2 decent songs on the entire album. Each song, I think, is poorly written, JD the lead singer sounds and sings horendous, and overall it is just a bad album. I wouldn't recommend 'If Only You Were Lonely' to anybody.
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