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  • Performer: The Exploding Hearts
  • Album: Guitar Romantic
  • Label: Screaming Apple
  • Catalog #: SCALP 144
  • FLAC: 2250 mb | MP3: 2692 mb
  • Released: 2003
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Garage Rock, Power Pop, Punk
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 350
  • Category: Rock
The Exploding Hearts - Guitar Romantic flac

Tracklist

1Rumours In Town
Written-By – Adam, Louie
2I'm A Pretender
Written-By – Adam, Louie
3Throwaway Style
Written-By – Adam, Louie
4You're Black And Blue
Written-By – Adam
5Boulevard Trash
Written-By – Adam, Louie
6Modern Kicks
Written-By – Adam, Kid, Terry
7Thorns In Roses
Written-By – Adam, Louie
8Sleeping Aides And Razorblades
Written-By – Adam, Louie
9Jailbird
Written-By – X Hearts
10Still Crazy
Written-By – Adam, Kid, Terry

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ZZZ-29The Exploding Hearts Guitar Romantic ‎(CD, Album)Dirtnap RecordsZZZ-29US2003
RG-02The Exploding Hearts Guitar Romantic ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Pin)Green Noise RecordsRG-02US2007
ZZZ-29The Exploding Hearts Guitar Romantic ‎(LP, Album, RE)Dirtnap RecordsZZZ-29US2009
RG-02The Exploding Hearts Guitar Romantic ‎(LP, Album, RE)Green Noise RecordsRG-02US2007

Credits

  • BassMatt Lock
  • Drums, Backing VocalsKid Killer
  • GuitarTerry
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsAdam
  • KeyboardsKing Louie
  • Photography ByChrystaei Branchaw
  • Photography By [Insert]Adam, Amanda Kill
  • ProducerPat Kearns, Exploding Hearts
  • VocalsJessicat (tracks: A3)

Notes

First press of 1,000. Includes an insert.
Recorded April 2012 - All songs © 2002

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): SCALP 144-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): SCALP 144-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched): SCALP 144-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched): SCALP 144-B1
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 25638

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Exploding Hearts
  • Recorded At – Studio 13, Portland, OR

Video

Fato
Notes on this release state as of 1/29/20:First press of 1,000. Includes an insert.Recorded April 2012 - All songs © 2002 2012 is absolutely a typo. Unless this typo appears printed in this version, it should be changed. I would imagine this should be 2002. I have the Dirtnap reissue and it states © 2002 but no month is given.
Keth
This is simply one of the greatest power-pop/pop-punk albums of all time. A top 20 all-time album for me, easily. Listening to it now, 14 years later, it's remarkable how my knowledge of their untimely demise does almost NOTHING to dampen the sheer joy and exuberance of this album. They wrote and recorded some of the most perfect pop songs I've ever heard. Their music is surprisingly multifaceted for a band that generally projected a bad-boy-whatever attitude. It's garage, it's punk, it's power-pop, it's rock & roll-- it's everything you love about guitar music rolled into a flawless and irresistible 28 minutes. The replay value of this album is astounding: I've loved it since I was 15 years old, and plenty of bands have come and gone since then. The Exploding Hearts and "Guitar Romantic" have remained, and it's still one of my go-to records for any setting. Drinking, smoking, driving, sitting around, and of course, sniffing glue all go perfectly with "Guitar Romantic."We were robbed of a once-in-a-generation talent, and it's a monumental tragedy that these dudes met their end before they could even reach their prime. The album therefore carries an unavoidable tinge of bittersweetness to it. "Guitar Romantic" will always have a special spot in my record collection and (as unbelievably corny as it sounds) my currently exploding heart.
Goldcrusher
Couldn't have said it better my friend! Love this band! Love this album! Also love the posthumous Shattered comp!
Connorise
thanks, friend. it seems corny re-reading it now, but it's still exactly how I feel!!
Kison
Your love for this band and record is beautiful.Just want to thank you for this comment.
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