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On paper, American Hi-Fi is a great band. The brand new, Boston-based quartet certainly boasts a strong pop pedigree; lead singer/guitarist/songwriter Stacy Jones earned his stripes as the drummer for Bostons beloved jangle popsters Letters to Cleo and later with Chicagos girly-metal favorites Veruca Salt. Drummer Brian Nolan was a member of the defunct Chicago rock band Figdish. Also, the band happily provides an impressive list of albums that influenced them, those of which range from underground staples like My Bloody Valentines Loveless and the Pixies Doolittle to classic rock standards like Zeppelins Houses of the Holy and Kiss Double Platinum to power pop blueprints of the 70s (Cheap Tricks In Color), 80s (Redd Kross Phaseshifter) and 90s (Weezers self-titled debut).

Aye, theres the rub. On paper, Matchbox 20 could be called earnest, soulful rock, Limp Bizkit would be hip hop and rock with an aggressive, in-your-face attitude, and the Barenaked Ladies are quirky, fun-loving pop. Point is, these third-rate descriptions are utterly useless and best left to Sam Goody ads and music reviews in Seventeen. These three examples alone should drive home the fact that all the colorful and essentially euphemistic press descriptions, influences, and band connections dont mean a damn thing if the music cant hold its own.

And so, on to American Hi-Fi. It definitely would be unfair to lump a wide-eyed, well-meaning rookie band in with seasoned veterans of dreck. But American Hi-Fi also doesnt allow itself to be placed on the opposite end of the spectrum. In a time where its increasingly crucial for a band to display something distinctive and original in their work, American Hi-Fi is utterly ordinary.

Not that any of this is their fault, or even a fault. Since American Hi-Fis style of arena-sized power riffs married with delicious pop hooks has been done time and again in rock, theres really nothing left for the band to distinguish itself. The aforementioned power pop pioneers had something special; Cheap Trick was bafflingly brilliant and ridiculously perverse in a time when lifeless 70s dinosaur rock was king, while Weezers goofy, nerdy charm struck a chord with listeners burnt out on dour grunge rock. American Hi-Fi has nothing of this sort to speak of.

Which is not to say that they cant be reasonably successful on a level based purely on enjoyment; you simply cant deny the power of an infectious hook, and this album, to its credit, clearly isnt lacking in this department. The first single, Flavor of the Weak, in a three minute burst of driving riffs and pop hooks, laments the situation of a woman relegated to flavor status by her philandering boyfriend. The remaining tracks, the standouts of which include Hi-Fi Killer and Scar, mine similar territory with an admirable effectiveness.

Unfortunately, thats where it ends; American Hi-Fi can only be admired and enjoyed on a superficial levelwhich they completely deserve, since Stacy Jones definitely knows his way around a catchy rock song. But, in the end, power pop bands are a dime a dozenEverclear, Lit, Green Day, take your pickwhich ultimately leaves all bands of the genre with a heavy burden to take their songwriting to a more meaningful and memorable level.

American Hi-Fi Lyrics - A Bigger Mood Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Another Perfect Day Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Baby Come Home Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Beautiful Disaster Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Blue Day Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Built For Speed Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Don't Wait for the Sun Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Flavor of the Weak Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Flavour Of The Week Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Happy Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Hearts On Parade Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Hell Yeah! Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Hi-Fi Killer Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Highs And Lows Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - I'm a Fool Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Maybe Won't Do Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - My Only Enemy Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - My Soul To Lose Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Nothing Left To Lose Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Rise Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Safer on the Outside Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Save Me Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Scar Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Separation Anxiety Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Something Real Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Surround Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Teenage Alien Nation Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Art Of Losing Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Breakup Song Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Everlasting Fall Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Geeks Get the Girls Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Gold Rush Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - The Rescue Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - This Is The Sound Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Vertigo Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Wall of Sound Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - We Can't Be Friends Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - What About Today Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - When The Breeders Were Big Lyrics
American Hi-Fi Lyrics - Where Did We Go Wrong Lyrics

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