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The 2000s: Hawthorne Heights — The Silence in Black and White

In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy discuss Hawthorne Heights' 2004 album The Silence in Black and White. We almost said their debut album, which would only be kind-of true, as A Day In The Life changed their name and jumped to Victory Records for this successful next step. Find out more about why Ohio is for lovers, how Hawthorne Heights stand out as a dividing line between pop-punk eras, play a YouTube algorithm game with the guys, and more on this week's podcast.

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