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  1. Flavor Of The Weak
  2. Flavor Of The Week
  3. A Bigger Mood
  4. A Taste For Crime
  5. Acetate
  6. Allison
  7. American Hi Fi
  8. Another Perfect Day
  9. Armageddon Days
  10. Art Of Losing
  11. Baby Come Home
  12. Beautiful Disaster
  13. Black Satellite
  14. Blue Day
  15. Built For Speed
  16. Bullet
  17. Coma
  18. Come alive
  19. Dead on the inside
  20. Deceiver
  21. Don't Wait For The Sun
  22. Fight The Frequency
  23. Frat Clump
  24. Golden State
  25. Happy
  26. Hearts On Parade
  27. Hell Yeah
  28. Hey Luv
  29. Hi-Fi Killer
  30. High-five Killer
  31. Highs And Lows
  32. I'm A Fool
  33. Keep It Like A Secret
  34. Killing Time
  35. Lookout For Hope
  36. Lost
  37. Maybe Won't Do
  38. Message in a bottle
  39. My Only Enemy
  40. My Soul To Lose
  41. Nothing Left To Lose
  42. Obsesion
  43. Portland
  44. Recover The Stars
  45. Rise
  46. Safer On The Outside
  47. Save Me
  48. Scar
  49. Separation Anxiety
  50. Something Real
  51. Stargazer
  52. Still Sideways
  53. Surround
  54. Teenage Alien Nation
  55. The Art Of Losing
  56. The Breakup Song
  57. The Everlasting Fall
  58. The Geeks Get The Girls
  59. The girl gets around
  60. The Gold Rush
  61. The Rescue
  62. This Is a Low
  63. This Is The Sound
  64. Tiny Spark
  65. Vertigo
  66. Vertigoo
  67. Waking up to the end of the world
  68. Wall Of Sound
  69. We Can't Be Friends
  70. We're gonna find a way
  71. What About Today
  72. When The Breeders Were Big
  73. Where Did We Go Wrong
  74. Where Love Is A Lie

American Hi-Fi is an American rock band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1998. The band consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Stacy Jones, lead guitarist Jamie Arentzen, bassist and backing vocalist Drew Parsons, and drummer Brian Nolan. Prior to the group's formation, Jones was well known for being a drummer in the successful alternative rock bands Veruca Salt and Letters to Cleo. American Hi-Fi has a close relationship with Miley Cyrus, whose band shares two members with American Hi-Fi. The group has a mixed musical style that includes influences from pop-punk, alternative rock, and power pop.The group released its eponymous debut album in 2001, featuring the hit single "Flavor of the Weak”. The band was awarded as the "Rising Star" from the Boston Music Awards in 2001. The Art of Losing followed in 2003 with the singles "The Art of Losing" and "The Breakup Song". After this, the group was dropped from their label, Island Records, and moved to Los Angeles to remake their production and sound. Working with veteran music producer Butch Walker, they released Hearts on Parade in 2005. The band then toured to a widespread fan-base in Japan and in the United States. They then released their first studio album in five years, Fight the Frequency in August 2010. The band released their fifth album Blood & Lemonade on September 9, 2014 worldwide via the independent label Rude Records. Most recently, the band released the Anywhere Else but Here EP on August 7, 2020. They have retained their original lineup of members since their formation.

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