Midwesterners: The Hits

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Midwesterners: The Hits
Greatest hits album by Hawthorne Heights
Released November 9, 2010
Recorded 2004-2008
Genre Post-hardcore, pop punk, emo, alternative rock
Label Victory
Hawthorne Heights chronology
Skeletons
(2010)
Midwesterners: The Hits
(2010)
Hate
(2011)

Midwesterners: The Hits is the first greatest hits album of songs composed by American rock band Hawthorne Heights. It was released on November 9, 2010 through Victory Records, without contribution from the band.[1][2] The compilation is Victory's last release of material by Hawthorne Heights, and contains 16 of the band's favorite and most notable tracks that have already been released through their past albums with the record label.[3][4]

Hawthorne Heights' most recent studio album, Skeletons, was released through their new label, Wind-up Records.

There is a notable typographical error on the back cover of the jewel casing where they have misspelled the word "Angels" as "Angles". It is not known how many copies of this release have the typographical error or if it will even be reissued with the typographical error corrected in the future.

Track list[edit]

from The Silence in Black and White
No. Title Length
1. "Life on Standby"   4:11
2. "The Transition"   4:04
3. "Silver Bullet"   4:03
4. "Ohio Is for Lovers"   4:04
5. "Niki FM"   3:59
from If Only You Were Lonely
No. Title Length
6. "Saying Sorry"   3:07
7. "This Is Who We Are"   3:45
8. "Dead In the Water"   3:51
9. "Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears?"   3:42
10. "Pens and Needles"   3:15
from Fragile Future
No. Title Length
11. "Rescue Me"   3:08
12. "Somewhere in Between"   3:22
13. "Come Back Home"   4:11
14. "Four Becomes One"   3:55
from The Silence in Black and White re-issue
No. Title Length
15. "Silver Bullet" (Acoustic in the studio) 4:59
from From Ohio with Love
No. Title Length
16. "Angels With Even Filthier Souls" (Written as A Day in the Life) 3:35

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hawthorne Heights CDs: Midwesterners: The Hits". Victory Records. Retrieved 2012-03-01. 
  2. ^ "NoiseTrend – Hawthorne Heights announces release date for album ‘Midwesterners: The Hits’". Noisetrend.com. 2010-10-02. Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2012-03-01. 
  3. ^ "Midwesterners: The Hits - Hawthorne Heights". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-08-22. 
  4. ^ "From Property of Zack: Hawthorne Heights 'Best Of' Release Date". Friends Or Enemies. 2010-10-02. Retrieved 2012-03-01.