The Hot n' Heavy

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The Hot N' Heavy
The Hot N' Heavy cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 2, 2009
Recordedat Glow In The Dark Studios, Atlanta, Georgia
GenrePost-hardcore, screamo, emo
Length39:34
LabelGeffen, Suretone
ProducerMatt Goldman, Josh Scogin
Drop Dead, Gorgeous chronology
Worse Than a Fairy Tale
(2007)
The Hot N' Heavy
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]
BLARE Magazine2.5/5 stars[2]
Audio Addiction Magazine3.5/5 stars[3]

The Hot N' Heavy is the third and last studio album from the post-hardcore band Drop Dead, Gorgeous.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Killing a Classic"3:40
2."Southern Lovin' (Belle of the Ball)"2:32
3."Beat the Devil Out of It"2:50
4."Two Birds, One Stone"3:28
5."Sue Simmons! Watch Your Mouth" (featuring Joe Brown of A Static Lullaby)"3:36
6."Fame"3:16
7."(The) Internet Killed the Video Star"3:42
8."Can't Fight Biology"4:00
9."There's No Business Like Snow Business"2:57
10."Interlude 1"1:54
11."Dirtier Than You Want to Know"3:52
12."We're Planning, God's Laughing"6:27

Credits[edit]

Band members
  • Danny Stillman - lead vocals, additional guitar/keyboard
  • Kyle Browning: lead guitar, backing vocals, programming
  • Dan Gustavson: rhythm guitar
  • Jake Hansen: bass
  • Danny Cooper: drums, percussion
  • Jonathan Leary: keyboards, synthesizers, piano, programming, additiona guitars/percussion, backing vocals
Production
  • Produced by Matt Goldman and Joshua Scogin
  • Engineered by Kyle Pattridge (Demo) and Matt Goldman
  • Mixed by Beau Burchell, at Glow In The Dark Studios, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Steel guitar by Troy Stains (on 12)
  • A&R and executive production by Jordan Schur
  • Management by Jordan Schur and David Patton (SJS Management)
  • Project coordinator by David Patton
  • Legal representation by Scott Bradford (Sterling Rooks & Ferrara)
  • Publicity by Mitch Schneider and Libby Henry (MSO)
  • US booking by Tom Hoppa (APA)
  • Artwork and layout by Sons Of Nero (sonsofnero.com)
  • Photography by Phill Mamula (phillm.com)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prato, Greg. "Review: The Hot n' Heavy". Allmusic. Retrieved 29 March 2010.
  2. ^ BLARE Magazine review
  3. ^ Audio Addiction Magazine review