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American Hi-Fi

    American Hi-Fi formed in Boston, MA in 1999 and were comprised of 4 veterans of the underground music scene. Vocalist/guitarist Stacy Jones had previously been a drummer in the bands Letters To Cleo and Veruca Salt, Jamie Arentzen had previously played guitar in the Sky Heroes, Drew Parsons had played bass in Tracy Bonham's band, and Brian Nolan had played drums for the band Fig Dish.

    In 2001, AH-F released their self-titled debut album through Island Records. Produced by Bob Rock (Metallica, Motley Crue), it contained the singles "Another Perfect Day" and the catchy-as-hell ...read more

    American Hi-Fi formed in Boston, MA in 1999 and were comprised of 4 veterans of the underground music scene. Vocalist/guitarist Stacy Jones had previously been a drummer in the bands Letters To Cleo and Veruca Salt, Jamie Arentzen had previously played guitar in the Sky Heroes, Drew Parsons had played bass in Tracy Bonham's band, and Brian Nolan had played drums for the band Fig Dish.

    In 2001, AH-F released their self-titled debut album through Island Records. Produced by Bob Rock (Metallica, Motley Crue), it contained the singles "Another Perfect Day" and the catchy-as-hell "Flavor Of The Weak". That was followed in 2003 with "The Art Of Losing", this time produced by Nick Launay (Semisonic). Songs on this album like "Teenage Alien Nation" and the title track showcased a harder edge to the band. Due to lack of sales of this record, Island Records let them go at the end of 2003, while the band were touring with Matchbox Twenty. Around this time, Brian Nolan left the band to concentrate on being a father.

    In 2004, AH-F signed to Maverick Records and found themselves a new drummer in Jason Sutter and in April 2005, they released their third album, "Hearts On Parade", which includes the singles "The Geeks Get The Girls" and "Hell Yeah!"In 2006, the band gave their song "The Rescue" fot the Superman Soundtracks which went on promotion for the film.

    The band recorded their fifth album and released the album "Fight the Frequency" independantly in 2010 after a long 5 years break. « hide

    Similar Bands: The Donnas, Damone, Buckcherry, Letters to Cleo

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    Fight The Frequency
    2010

    3.3
    24 Votes
    Hearts On Parade
    2005

    2.8
    37 Votes
    The Art Of Losing
    2003

    3
    47 Votes
    American Hi-Fi
    2001

    3.1
    64 Votes

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