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by andrew soloman

edited by david sedaris

Monday, February 27, 2006

hawthorne heights wants you to save ROCK!

if you've had it up to here with the way our society and culture have put rock music on the backburner, read hawthorne heights's stirring

Tomorrow, our second album, “If Only You Were Lonely” will be in stores. We are reaching out to you because Hawthorne Heights can use your help. We need you, your friends and anyone else you know that likes ROCK music to buy our album tomorrow. The only reason we are able to be a band is because of your support. Without you we would not be able to do what we do.

You buying our album tomorrow has much greater meaning than simply supporting Hawthorne Heights. ROCK music needs your support. Our society and culture has put rock music on the backburner. If our album can debut at #1 all of us will have taken ROCK music back to the top of the charts where it belongs.


Anonymous said...

guess what album i won't be buying tomorrow.

2/27/2006 05:29:35 PM

this makes me barf!!

2/27/2006 05:51:04 PM

does downoading the album from limewire count as support for ROCK?

2/27/2006 06:42:02 PM

I am going to buy Ne-Yo's album tomorrow instead of the Hawthorne Heights album. Who's with me?!?

2/27/2006 06:47:44 PM
some dude who loves rock said...

As soon as I woke up this morning I supported ROCK by blasting "Master of Puppets" turned up really fucking loud.

2/28/2006 09:42:29 AM

Bleeccch. I had never heard of this band or their music, but after reading this missive I formed an idea of exactly what they sounded like in my head. Then I checked out the video on their website, and I had nailed it at about 85% accuracy. Only a terrible band who sounds like 175 other terrible bands currently getting airplay could display such sad, clueless (and most likely unintentional) arrogance.

2/28/2006 09:48:48 AM

This Ne-Yo album is bangin! anyone else pick this up today?!? His sound is so refreshing!

2/28/2006 02:34:07 PM
Anonymous said...

fuck THESE guys!

3/01/2006 09:19:36 PM
Anonymous said...

Don't they mean "help save the SHIT industry"?

3/03/2006 01:22:31 PM

jake bryant said....

you guys are amazing!!!! screw all those other comments! i went out and bought both versions of your record and 2 of the same dvds! u guys rock! come back to ohio!!! thanks for being an inspiration to me to play music u guys have really influenced me. so thanks again

10/17/2006 04:32:51 PM

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