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Whoa Oh 111

Released on April 17, 2000


The Unlovables' Heartsickle is one of those rare albums that transcends genre. Sure, pop-punk fans will love it. But so will your aunt, your aunt's hairdresser, your aunt's hairdresser's boyfriend, your aunt's hairdresser's boyfriend's little sister, your aunt's hairdresser's boyfriend's little sister's best friend, and your aunt's hairdresser's boyfriend's little sister's best friend's mom. Heartsickle is really more about songs than sound. No doubt it's pure pop-punk gold, but I envision an audience extending far beyond genre devotees. I'd push this title on modern rock kids, Top 40 types, indie-pop people, emo freaks, songwriter enthusiasts, Buzzcocks fans, and pretty much anyone else who enjoys music. If you cannot relate to Hallie's songs, you've probably never fallen in love, been in a relationship, or had your heart broken.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Leave Me Alone  0%
2 Let You Go Voted #1  33%
3 Samantha Voted #2  22%
4 Let's Not Fight  0%
5 Disaster  0%
6 Everything's Overrated  11%
7 Dance Party For 2 (your Room, 3 A.m.)  0%
8 What You Want/ What You Got  0%
9 No Way  6%
10 Never Saw It Comin’  11%
11 Have You Ever? Voted #3  17%
12 Sweet Sweet Boy  0%
13 Crazy Tonight  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Mar 16 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I love the cover art concept. That's why I bought it on vinyl also. I'm slowly getting into this band. Every zine or online review I read makes it sound like this is THE BAND that can do no wrong....i'm not convinced yet. At times the vocalist sounds a bit commercial, but the music is still kickin'.

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