The Hunna - 100
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Based on 9 ratings
August 26, 2016 / Release Date
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300, High Time / Label
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The Observer
They’re beautifully produced and do exactly what a radio pop-rock band need to. You just wish they’d go an extra mile or two with all that youthful vim.
At 16 tracks and just shy of an hour long, ‘100’ looks like an epic on paper, but the results all sound so forced, so horribly, transparently contrived.
Banger after banger, this album makes you forget the world around you. It's so fun. It has a few terrible songs, but the majority is fun pop rock.
Stand out tracks: Bonfire, We Could Be, She's Casual, You & Me, Piece By Piece, Never Enough.
Not the best album ever but not quite the worst. It's 16 tracks long which is about 9 songs too long and the frontman is a bit of a dick.
The Hunna are here to remind you that pop rock and indie rock hybrids are still alt rock radio's darling child. While the catchy tones and passionate energy are nothing to scoff at, half the time you are wondering whether it isn't this band called "The Hunna" but whether or this is Catfish or We Are Scientists, or other third-tier indie rock bands.

Favorite tracks: You & Me, Be Young
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Track List

  1. Bonfire
  2. We Could Be
  3. She's Casual
  4. You & Me
  5. Alive
  6. Piece by Piece
  7. Never Enough
  8. Waiting
  9. Brother
  10. World Is Ours
  11. Sycamore Tree
  12. Still Got Blood
  13. Bad For You
  14. Coming Home
  15. Be Young
  16. Rock My Way
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Added on: August 26, 2016