Rah Rah / Breaking Hearts
Album: Breaking Hearts   Collection:General
Artist:Rah Rah   Added:Nov 2011
Label:Young Soul Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2012-01-08 Pull Date: 2012-03-11
Week Ending: Mar 4 Feb 19 Jan 29 Jan 22 Jan 15
Airplays: 1 1 1 3 1

Recent Airplay
1. Nov 22, 2015: Breakaway Bluff
Breaking Hearts
4. Dec 14, 2012: The Songsmith Show
2. Feb 21, 2014: The Songsmith Show
5. Mar 01, 2012: The Songsmith Show
3. Dec 28, 2012: The Songsmith Show
What About Love?
6. Feb 14, 2012: AudioVault

Album Review
MC Dizzy Jackson
Reviewed 2011-12-23
Oh my, another great album! And another one by a Canadian band. Full of upbeat, energetic, dramatic, indie rock / pop / - whatever you call it. I call it, well, amazing stuff. Think Arcade Fire or The Decemberists, and these guys may turn out to be better than both - what?? The further into the album the better, although it starts off great. Guitars, bass, drums, keys, strings, male and female vocals. Dang, it’s great. Every song. Wow.
FCC #3.

*My Favorites*: I like ‘em all.

1. (2:54) Fast. Frantic and driving beat, upbeat and catchy with male lead vocals, female backing. Hip and cool.
2. (3:20) Mid. Sparse start with guitar and vocals, then full band. Feel-good vibe with very cool guitar, driving beat, keys.
3. (2:44) Fast. FCC. Driving with big cymbal strikes, guitar sounding like a piano, great female backing vocals. Long, droney, mellow fade-out.
4. (3:36) Slow / Mid. Cool percussion, very sparse. A bit spacey and dreamy.
5. (1:25) Mid. Upbeat with mandolin and big vocal chorus. Song about being in love with a communist man.
6. (3:42) Mid. Easy-going with female lead vocal, backing vocals, nice guitar work, percussion. Beautiful ending with vocal.
7. (2:32) Mid. Big, full sound, dramatic and dynamic. Heavy lyrics but heavenly stuff.
8. (2:38) Mid. Song referencing Joey Ramone. Strings, great beat, great lyrics. Wow.
9. (2:19) Mid / Fast. Mad piano start, then driving beat, great female vocal, guitar.
10. (3:18) Mid. Piano, guitar intro then full band, big and loud. Epic sound, very dramatic and anthemic and just plain killer.
11. (2:49) Mid. Mellowy, upbeat with easy drums, keys, guitar.
12. (2:29) Fast. Rockin’ to start, then eases up a bit, alternating between the two. Cool vocal delivery by both male and females. Dramatic and delicious.
13. (4:17) Mid. Tinkly keys, dreamy guitar, ethereal and spacey with beautiful female vocal. Long, trippy ending.

Track Listing
1. Arrows   7. Hurt You Bad
2. Ghosts   8. Joey
3. Henry   9. What About Love?
4. Beaches   10. Lightning
5. Communist Man   11. Waltz
6. Salty Cities   12. Breaking Hearts
  13. Parkade