Since the 2004 release of their Victory Records powerhouse debut album, The Silence In Black And White, HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS spent every single week of 2005 in the Top 200. They have headlined sold out tours in the US and UK, headlined Warped Tour 2005, appeared in every major music publication, and have toured with the likes of SUM 41 and FALL OUT BOY. If Only You Were Lonely is raising the bar in packaging trends, offering two separate, collectible editions of artwork that come together to complete a tragic and beautiful storyline. HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS fans will be scrambling to get both editions of If Only You Were Lonely.
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Stephanie from Spangdahlem Ab, AE
Apr 21 2006
This is a really good album. I think it's better than The Silence in Black and White, it sounds a little different. I think it flows better, and they're great songs to sing along to.
Jérôme from Victoriaville, PQ Canada
Mar 25 2006
When I first heard the albulm, I was like : What did they do? It's 10 times less good than Silence in Black and White. But now, I listened the new CD 4-5 times and he is as good as the first one! Of course, they changed a little bit their sound. The screams are not as «Present» as before but the chorus are really good! J-T's voice has been greatly recorded and the melodies are awesome! Good albulm!