American Hi-Fi is a rock band originally from Boston, Massachusetts, best known for their 2001 hit Flavor Of The Weak. Their musical style incorporates various elements of the pop punk, power pop, alternative rock, and pop rock genres.
To date they have released three studio albums, as well as a live album released only in Japan. Their self-titled album (2000, Island Records) was their best known release, with singles Flavor Of The Weak and Another Perfect Day. Their 2003 follow up album Art of Losing had a slightly rockier edge to it and includes the singles The Art of Losing and The Breakup Song (both of which appeared on various movie soundtracks). However the album failed to meet the success of their first album and they were dropped by Island Records. Their third studio album Hearts on Parade was released by Maverick Records in 2005 with a much more poppy sound. It included the singles The Geeks Get the Girls and Hell Yeah!. There was much division between fans due to the “new sound” and poor record sales meant Maverick dropped American Hi-Fi in Autumn of 2005.
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