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Album released March 2001 by the Toadies.
Interscope

This is a good album. It's not an amazing album, and it doesn't blow you away, but you will definately listen to it more than once.

1995's Rubberneck was a better album, but fans of that won't be disappointed. The band here stays faithful to its roots; Rubberneck was hard, but HB/SA is harder. The Toadies move further out from their mid-nineties hard rock sound, out into deeper waters - the album's sound is dark and heavy, with heavy metal riffs and Todd Lewis's distinctive agonized wails.

Standout tracks: What We Have We Steal, Little Sin, and Hell Below/Stars Above.

  1. Plane Crash
  2. Push the Hand
  3. Little Sin
  4. Motivational
  5. Heel
  6. You'll Come Down
  7. Pressed Against the Sky
  8. What We Have We Steal
  9. Jigsaw Girl
  10. Sweetness
  11. Hell Below/Stars Above
  12. Doll Skin

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