Hi-Fi Revival

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Hi-Fi Revival
Studio album by The O.C. Supertones
Released October 22, 2002
Recorded Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Christian ska
Length 44:25
Label Tooth & Nail
Producer Brent Bourgeois, Charlie Peacock
The O.C. Supertones chronology
Live! Volume One
(2002)Live! Volume One2002
Hi-Fi Revival
Revenge of the O.C. Supertones
(2004)Revenge of the O.C. Supertones2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Jesus Freak Hideout(not rated) (CD, DVD)
CCM Magazine(not rated)[1]
AllMusic3/5 stars[2]

Hi-Fi Revival is the sixth album released by The O.C. Supertones. Hi Fi Revival was the first of three sessions the Supertones recorded in Franklin, Tennessee at Dark Horse Studios. Matt Morginsky and Ethan Luck lived together at this time and demoed over 50 songs for Hi Fi Revival in their basement. 17 of the un-used songs made it on to their side-project album, Grand Incredible. The rest of the demos were never released. CCM characterized the sound on this album as displaying stripped down ska core rhythms,[1] with the horn section now "providing color instead of the dominant sound."[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Superfly"
  2. "Brand New Thing"
  3. "Welcome Home"
  4. "Hold on to Jesus"
  5. "Go Go Go"
  6. "Let It Go"
  7. "Just a Man"
  8. "Attitude"
  9. "Perfect Love"
  10. "Fire"
  11. "Birth of Uncool"
  12. "Go Your Way"
  13. "Radio Plays"
  14. "Forever"
  15. "Glory Hallelujah"



  1. ^ a b Argyrakis, Andy (October 2002). "Reviews / Hi-Fi Revival". CCM Magazine. 25 (4): 47. ISSN 1524-7848. 
  2. ^ Hi-Fi Revival - The O.C. Supertones at AllMusic. Retrieved 4 September 2015.
  3. ^ Thompson, John J. (October 2002). "Rock News". CCM Magazine. 25 (4): 18. ISSN 1524-7848.