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  • Audio CD (11 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mighty Atom
  • ASIN: B0002W1852
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 431,219 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Battles Not Worth Waging
2. Shortround
3. All My Friends Are It Girls
4. Disasters First Birthday
5. A Bad Situation Comedy
6. Good Scene / Bad Scene
7. Take Your Eyes Off The Blade
8. Cassette
9. Auryn
10. Aberro, Abolesco

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. H. Walters on 20 Oct. 2004
Im a big fan of this band and happen to know that theyve come a long way in the last few years from the days of `Marty Mcfly`
Its been a long time coming but `The Torino Scale` launches straight in with `Battles not worth waging` and anyone whos been to see these guys live will know they also use this for thier intro tune, and it definantly sets a good pace for the rest of the album.
However my favourites have to be `Take your eyes of the blade`,`Disasters first birthday` and `Alberro - Abelesco`.
All brilliant pieces of music, great guitar riffs blended with sound lyrics give HWG debut album a unique feel.
Anyone who likes bands like Finch, Thrice, FFAF and The Prophets, should love these guys.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. M. E. Tuffen on 14 Oct. 2004
Well then, here we have Hiding With Girls first album and what can I say apart from, it really is amazing! From storming album opener 'Battles Not Worth Waging' to the powerful and moving 'Aberro, Abolesco' this album screams to be played over and over again.
All tracks are composed of seamlessly interwoven instrumentals, with Leander's unique voice melodically singing the dynamic lyrics over funky bass lines, catchy guitar riffs, awesome drumming and a rocking rhythm that'll have you bobbing your head and jumping around in no time.
Album highlights certainly consist of impressive track Auryn, the almighty Good Scene/Bad Scene (with it's line 'burn down the school' how can it not be any school kids anthem?) and album ender Aberro, Abolesco, certianly one of the bands most breathtaking songs to date.
Classic track 'Cassette' also makes an appearance on this album, along with previously released track 'Disaster's First Birthday.'
From beginning to end, and everything inbetween, this album is sure to go down as one of your favourites.
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Well then, here we have Hiding With Girls first album and what can I say apart from, it really is amazing! From storming album opener 'Battles Not Worth Waging' to the powerful and moving 'Aberro, Abolesco' this album screams to be played over and over again.
All tracks are composed of seamlessly interwoven instrumentals, with Leander's unique voice melodically singing the dynamic lyrics over funky bass lines, catchy guitar riffs, awesome drumming and a rocking rhythm that'll have you bobbing your head and jumping around in no time.
Album highlights certainly consist of impressive track Auryn, the almighty Good Scene/Bad Scene (with it's line 'burn down the school' how can it not be any school kids anthem?) and album ender Aberro, Abolesco, certainly one of the bands most breathtaking songs to date.
Classic track 'Cassette' also makes an appearance on this album, along with previously released track 'Disaster's First Birthday.'
From beginning to end, and everything inbetween, this album is sure to go down as one of your favourites.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Danielle on 19 Jan. 2007
I lovefinch, thrice and other bands who are said to be similar but I must say I wasn't disapointed with the lyrics or the instruments or anything else but I don't particularly rate the singer's voice! It's a bit too kerrang-like for me. prhaps it's a grower. I'd buy it but maybe for a cheaper price...
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "-_-david-_-" on 22 Feb. 2005
First of all, in my opinion this album is not as great as the other reviews make it. To me, Hiding with girls are like a poor mans finch. They are nowhere near being a bad band but this album sounds really average. There are some really good songs on the album however like 'take your eyes off the blade', 'cassette' and 'aberro,abolesco'. I found the lyrics slightly cheesy but Leander's voice is different and makes up for this. Hopefully the lyrics will get better along with the band as they mature.
This band has got a huge potential to be big but this album probably won't do it, although it will increase their fanbase and their budget for their next album which will hopefully be alot better.
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