America Underwater

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America Underwater
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Studio album by LoveHateHero
Released September 29, 2009
Genre Post-hardcore, pop punk
Length 33:02
Label Ferret
Producer Dreamlab
LoveHateHero chronology
White Lies
(2007)
America Underwater
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

America Underwater, by LoveHateHero, is the follow-up to their second album White Lies. The album was originally titled Fight or Flight, with a spring release date. The release date was moved to Sept. 29 and later, the album was entitled Cash Banning America Underwater. The title track was released on Vans Warped Tour 2009 compilation CD. The song "Echoes" was released on their Myspace early June. Both "Echoes" and America Underwater (song) are available as singles on iTunes. This album is a slight departure from their post-hardcore sound as the album pushed the music into a more pop punk direction.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Saints and Sinners (His Story) - 3:50
  2. America Underwater - 2:55
  3. You'll Never Know - 3:06
  4. Think Twice (Running with Scissors Pt. 2) - 3:07
  5. Echoes - 3:54
  6. Wait to See You - 3:21
  7. Pants Off Dance Off - 3:20
  8. Come and Get It - 3:14
  9. Procession of Regression - 3:24
  10. Too Little, Too Late - 3:03
  • Tracks 1,2,7,10 written by LoveHateHero
  • Tracks 3-6,8-9 written with LoveHateHero, Daniel James (Land Down Under Music (Ascap) and Songs of Peer Ltd(Ascap) All Rights controlled and administered by Songs of Peer Ltd) and Leah Haywood (Universal Music Publishing/BMI)

Personnel[edit]

LoveHateHero
  • Pierrick Berube - lead vocals, additional guitars
  • Paris Bosserman - bass, backing vocals
  • Kevin Gruft - lead guitar, vocals
  • Scott Gee - drums, percussion, piano
  • Justin Whitesel - rhythm guitar, programming, keys/synth/piano, backing vocals
Production
  • Produced by: Dreamlab
  • Recorded at: Dreamlab Studios, Los Angeles
  • Engineered by: Daniel James
  • Drums Recorded at: Steakhouse Studios
  • Drums Engineered by: John Cranfield
  • Mixed by: Brian Paturalski
  • Mastered by: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound NY
  • Photography by: Phill Mamula (www.phillm.com)
  • Layout and Design: Sons of Nero (www.sonsofnero.com)
  • Management: Derick Gallegos for Method Management & Jason Miller for J Inc
  • Attorney: David Blau for Blau & Associates. P.C.
  • Business Manager: Clay Davidson

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