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The Silence In Black and White (Re-Issue)

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Download links and information about The Silence In Black and White (Re-Issue) by Hawthorne Heights. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:10:33 minutes.

Artist: Hawthorne Heights
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:10:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Life On Standby 4:11
2. Dissolve and Decay 3:44
3. Niki Fm 3:59
4. The Transition 4:04
5. Blue Burns Orange 3:19
6. Silver Bullet 4:03
7. Screenwriting an Apology 3:43
8. Ohio Is for Lovers 4:04
9. Wake Up Call 4:02
10. Sandpaper and Silk 3:36
11. Speeding Up the Octaves 4:10
12. Silver Bullet 3:38
13. Niki Fm 3:53
14. Speeding Up the Octaves 3:56
15. Ohio Is for Lovers 4:22
16. The Transition 3:56
17. Silver Bullet 4:59
18. Apparently Hover Boards Don't Work On Water 2:54

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The closest Hawthorne Heights' debut album comes to originality is that they rip off bands in two different genres, trying to blend the pop-emo of Thursday, Jimmy Eat World, and the other post-Weezer bands with the glossy, commercial pop of bands like Good Charlotte. With J.T. Woodruff's faceless alternative rock vocals alternating with Casey Calvert's equally generic metalcore barking over Micah Carli's heard-it-before power chords, the band is doing absolutely nothing new. That said, what they do, they do pretty well. Most of the songs have reasonably catchy choruses, there are no particularly egregious mistakes or failed experiments, and the leadoff single, "Life on Standby," is actually quite good in a completely disposable way. The overall lack of personality on this album is its fatal flaw, however. There's nothing on The Silence in Black and White that'll make anyone turn it off and throw the CD across the room in a fit of rage, but it's hard to remember anything about the album an hour after it's over. [Victory Records reissued the album in 2005 as a CD/DVD with alternate cover art. The wealth bonus content includes concert footage, interviews, commercial spots, music videos, and seven previously unreleased songs, some of them demos.]