Fight the Frequency

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Fight the Frequency
Fight the Frequency Hi Fi.jpg
Studio album by American Hi-Fi
Released August 17, 2010
Recorded 2007–2008
Genre Pop punk, alternative rock, power pop
Length 43:57
Label RED Distribution/Hi-Fi Killers
Producer American Hi-Fi
American Hi-Fi chronology
Live in Milwaukee
(2005)Live in Milwaukee2005
Fight the Frequency
Blood & Lemonade
(2014)Blood & Lemonade2014
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Sputnikmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Ultimate Guitar 7/10[2]

Fight the Frequency is the fourth studio album by American pop punk band American Hi-Fi, released on August 17, 2010.[3] Work on the album began in May 2007, when the band first entered the studio to record a follow-up to Hearts on Parade. But due to label issues and band members Stacy Jones and Jamie Arentzen touring as part of Miley Cyrus' backing band, the record's planned release for May 2009 was delayed until 2010. This is the first album to feature original drummer Brian Nolan since their 2003 album The Art of Losing. The album has been produced by the band themselves through their self-made label "Hi-Fi Killers".[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Fight the Frequency" Kevin Hunter, Stacy Jones 3:57
2. "This Is a Low" Jones 3:57
3. "Where Love Is a Lie" Hunter, Jones 3:51
4. "Acetate" Hunter, Jones 3:32
5. "Lost" Hunter, Jones, William Lefler, William Nutter, Gregory Strong 4:03
6. "Keep It Like a Secret" Jones 3:09
7. "Frat Clump" Jones 2:13
8. "Lookout for Hope" Jones 3:18
9. "A Taste for Crime" Jones 3:09
10. "Stargazer" Jones 3:42
11. "Bullet" Hunter, Jones 3:55
12. "Tiny Spark" Jones 5:11
Total length: 43:57


  • Greg Collins - engineer, keyboard, mixing
  • Stevie Blacke - strings
  • Jessica Catron - cello
  • Paul Hager - mixing
  • Bill Lefler - engineer
  • Dave McNair - mastering
  • Miles Wilson - engineer


"Lost" was the first and only single from the album. The video features the famous British model Keeley Hazell. Stacy Jones said that they did not do the video for the story line, just had fun with it.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Knott, Adam. "American Hi-Fi Fight The Frequency". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2010-08-16. 
  2. ^ Khan, Joshua. "Fight The Frequency Review". Ultimate Guitar. Retrieved 2010-09-06. 
  3. ^ "American Hi-Fi, 'Fight the Frequency'". Boston Globe ( August 16, 2010. Retrieved 2012-07-19. 
  4. ^

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