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American Hi-Fi is an American pop punk band that formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1998. The band consists of vocalist Stacy Jones, guitarist Jamie Arentzen, bassist Drew Parsons, and drummer Brian Nolan. Prior to the group's formation, Stacy 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 three quarters of the same members as American Hi-Fi. The group has a mixed musical style that includes influences from pop punk, alternative rock, and power pop.
- also known as American HiFi, American Hi Fi
- genres: Alternative rock, Power pop, Pop punk, Post-grunge, Punk rock, Skate punk, Pop rock, Pop music
- albums: "American Hi-Fi", "Flavor of the Weak", "Rock 'n' Roll Noodle Shop: Live From Tokyo", "The Art of Losing", "Hearts on Parade", "The Geeks Get the Girls", "Live in Milwaukee", "Fight the Frequency", "Transformers Theme from the forthcoming Saturday Morning Cartoons' Greatest Hits 2", "Blood & Lemonade", "Golden State Acoustic"
- official website: americanhi-fi.com
"American Hi-Fi": American Hi-Fi is the self-titled debut studio album by American pop rock band American Hi-Fi. It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak." The album peaked at #81 on the Billboard 200 and stayed on the 200 charts for 25 weeks. The album also features the songs, "A Bigger Mood", which appeared in the American soundtrack for Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku and "I'm a Fool" which appears for Van Wilder soundtrack. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41 and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.
- also known as American Hifi
- genres: Alternative rock, Power pop, Pop punk, Punk rock
- released on (14 years ago)
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