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American Hi Fi (album)

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Released  February 27, 2001
Length  48:48
Producer  Bob Rock
Genre  Pop punk
Label  Island
American Hi-Fi (2001)  The Art of Losing (2003)

American Hi-Fi is the self-titled debut studio album by the American rock band American Hi-Fi. It was released on February 27, 2001 by Island Records. The album was influenced by Lit's A Place in the Sun (1999). It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak." The album peaked at #81 on the US Billboard 200 and stayed on the charts for 25 weeks. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41, and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.

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Reception

NME listed the album as one of "20 Pop Punk Albums Which Will Make You Nostalgic".

Track listing

All tracks written by Stacy Jones.

Personnel

American Hi-Fi
  • Stacy Jones – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Jamie Arentzen – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Drew Parsons – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Brian Nolan – drums
  • Production
  • Bob Rock – producer
  • Brian Joseph Dobbs - engineer
  • David Campbell — string arrangements, conducting
  • C. Taylor Crothers - back cover, photography
  • Zoren Gold - Photography
  • Rick Patrick - creative director
  • Mick Gillies - digital editing
  • Randy Staub - mixing
  • References

    American Hi-Fi (album) Wikipedia


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