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Artist: American Heartbreak

Title: American Heartbreak

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Category: Glam

Year: 2006

Label: Liquor And Poker Records

Catalog Number: LP6019-2


Lance Boone lead vocals
Billy Rowe lead, rhythm, slide, & acoustic guitars, six string bass, backing vocals
Casey Crenshaw lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
Michael Butler bass, backing vocals
Paul Scavuzzo drums

Additional Musicians
Johnny Cruz drums
Rick Parker piano, strings, percussion, guitars
Brian Forsythe guitars


1.  Somebody  3:16
2.  Sick'N'tired  3:51
3.  Love Your Abuse  3:40
4.  Things Are Looking Up  3:15
5.  Raise Up Your Hands  3:18
6.  The Girl Who Knows Nothing At All  3:59
7.  The Last of the Superheroes (of the 1970s)  3:38
8.  Unhappily Ever After  4:14
9.  21 & Easy (Simple Things Like Rock 'N' Roll)  3:57
10.  Crawling  3:45
11.  Fallen Angels  3:14
12.  Isolation  4:09
13.  Bitch  3:48
Total Running Time:  48:04

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Leykis101 Date: January 5, 2011 at 6:16
Good opener, and basically not a bad disc, I dont know that Lance Boone can sing on any album, and it be a bad album, and I guess this cd isnt really to bad, but it seems to jump right at you like Postcards did, but it cuts itself off, and when it tries to grab you by the balls, and lure you in, it completely shuts itself off, like it comes in and the verses of many of the songs make you think "oh fuck! this is gonna kill Postcards" but then it drizzles out when the chorus comes around, like the air deflates from the songs, you end up with big catchy? VERSES??? WTF? way to write those catchy verses guys, anyways, good and decent disc, without I dont think one catchy chorus, absolutely not even kind of in the same ballpark as Postcards, but once again, Lance can do no bad in my book, and the fact he is so good at the type of music he does, makes it an all around win\win if you buy this disc, if your new to these guys, BUY POSTCARDS FROM HELL first!!

From: Richard Head Date: September 17, 2011 at 16:07
I luv this album!!! Kinda has a power pop thing goin with it.. They made a radio friendly album, but no airplay. At least not on the east coast. 21 & Easy is my fave tune.

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