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Hyper Crush

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  • 1. Since the 2007 release of Every Moss and Cobweb, Hyper Crush has become the unlikely vanguards ofmusicianship in an artistic landscape replete with fleeting trends. It has taken them years of relentless touring andconsiderable personal sacrifices to reach this point, all for the sake of preserving their vision. After a wearyingdecade of defying expectations, it is no ...surprise that Hyper Crush has lapsed into an uncharacteristic silence.There comes a time when artist suffer from their own creations, and it becomes necessary to renew in order tosurvive. Now, after three years of introspection,Hyper Crush has returned from their self-imposed exile with HowYour Influence Betrays You – their most ambitious effort to date.Chart PositionWeeks on ChartBiggest JumpBiggest FallShowing:1-1011-2021-3031-4041-5051-6061-7071-8081-9091-100chartshot-100SinglesSinglesLast Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)Katy Perry2011-08-27379false9586731*2Last weeks position12Weeks on chart1Peak
  • 2. launch visualizersong-20992194hate love2194 votes75%No love for thisShow your love and add to your favorites1226User CommentsLast Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)Katy PerryTeenage DreamNewsKaty Perry Makes Hot 100 Histo...Chart Highlights: Dance/Club P...LMFAO Keeps Katy Perry At Bay ...Katy Perrys Last Friday Rem...Top 20 Tweets of the Week 8/6/...Also Charted On#1 Pop Songs#43 Latin Songs#35 Dance/Club Pla...#1 Radio Songs#4 Digital SongsClick to Buy Click to PlayHot 100 | Week of August 27, 2011 Positions 1-10 of 100The weeks most popular songs across all genres, ranked by radio airplay audienceimpressions as measured by Nielsen BDS, sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScanand streaming activity data provided by online music sources.
  • 3. 12Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)Katy PerryTeenage DreamSinglesParty Rock AnthemLMFAO Featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock2011-08-27379false105492521Last weeks position21Weeks on chart1Peaklaunch visualizersong-25591949hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsParty Rock AnthemLMFAO Featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRockSorry for Party RockingClick to Buy Click to Play21Party Rock AnthemLMFAO Featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRockSorry for Party RockingSinglesMoves Like JaggerMaroon 5 Featuring Christina Aguilera2011-08-27
  • 4. 379false4860793*8Last weeks position8Weeks on chart3PeakAirplay Gainerlaunch visualizersong-25672830hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsMoves Like JaggerMaroon 5 Featuring Christina AguileraMoves Like JaggerClick to Buy Click to Play38Moves Like JaggerMaroon 5 Featuring Christina AguileraMoves Like JaggerSinglesSuper BassNicki Minaj2011-08-27379false9981604*3Last weeks position
  • 5. 16Weeks on chart3Peaklaunch visualizersong-23225424hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsSuper BassNicki MinajPink FridayClick to Buy Click to Play43Super BassNicki MinajPink FridaySinglesLightersBad Meets Evil Featuring Bruno Mars2011-08-27379false3385745*5Last weeks position9Weeks on chart5Peak
  • 6. launch visualizersong-25643841hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsLightersBad Meets Evil Featuring Bruno MarsHell: The Sequel EPClick to Buy Click to Play55LightersBad Meets Evil Featuring Bruno MarsHell: The Sequel EPSinglesHow To LoveLil Wayne2011-08-27379false3521016*6Last weeks position12Weeks on chart5Peaklaunch visualizersong-25477424hate loveNo love for this
  • 7. Show your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsHow To LoveLil WayneHow to LoveClick to Buy66How To LoveLil WayneHow to LoveSinglesGive Me EverythingPitbull Featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer2011-08-27379false49841974Last weeks position20Weeks on chart1Peaklaunch visualizersong-25385307
  • 8. hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsGive Me EverythingPitbull Featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack & NayerPlanet PitClick to Buy Click to Play74Give Me EverythingPitbull Featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack & NayerPlanet PitSinglesPumped Up KicksFoster The People2011-08-27379false15305258*13Last weeks position16Weeks on chart8Peaklaunch visualizersong-25045454hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsPumped Up KicksFoster The People
  • 9. TorchesClick to Buy Click to Play813Pumped Up KicksFoster The PeopleTorchesSinglesI Wanna GoBritney Spears2011-08-27379false2901509*7Last weeks position10Weeks on chart7Peaklaunch visualizersong-25172000hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsI Wanna GoBritney SpearsFemme Fatale
  • 10. Click to Buy Click to Play97I Wanna GoBritney SpearsFemme FataleSinglesGood LifeOneRepublic2011-08-27379false72585510*11Last weeks position20Weeks on chart8Peaklaunch visualizersong-14621905hate loveNo love for thisShow your love and add to your favoritesUser CommentsGood LifeOneRepublicWaking Up
  • 11. Click to Buy Click to PlayRecorded at Tower of Doom with the guidance of the inimitable Eric Perlas, How Your Influence Betrays You is asprawling reflection of the long, timorous road that Hyper Crush has traveled, harking back to their humble, HyperCrush has once again made their mark by eschewing the familiar, continuing their decade-long tradition of pushingmusical boundaries and daring experimentation. Now, they lay bare ten years’ worth of creativity and emotion,simultaneously honoring their past while hinting towards the sound of things to come. Condensing a decade ofexperience into one album is a challenge, but this new release manages to encapsulate the trials and tribulationsthat have shaped them into the artists they have become. With How Your Influence Betrays You, Hyper Crush hastaken their fearlessness and inventiveness to the zenith, going beyond their influences to create something trulytranscendental. Hyper Crush have staked their claim at the forefront of the scene with their unique brand of aching sincerity andarresting melodies. Through unforgettable live shows, a devoted fan base, and their unrelenting DIY ethic, theband continues to shatter preconceptions of what an underground band can offer, garnering admiration from fansas well as from the bands that inspired them to forge their own path. Hyper Crush began as a three-piece band in1999, when founding members Steve Badiola (guitar, vocals) and Melvin Macatiag (drums) met in high school.Hyper Crush soon headed back into the studio, this time with new member Pacoy Fletchero (guitar) in tow. Theband made their way to Studio 101, in Malaysia, and recorded their second album, Every Moss and Cobweb. Thedistributed nationally by Warner Music Philippines, allowed Hyper Crush to reach even wider audiences; the publicHYPER CRUSHLike grunge in the early 1990s and nu-metal afterwards, emo may have been the mostprominent rock subgenre – or “sound,” if you will – of the past decade. While bothgrunge and nu-metal have offered a number of excellent, timeless acts that arguablytranscended both genres (e.g. Nirvana, Soundgarden, Deftones, System Of A Down),both have sadly been reviled as passing fads years after the fact, mainly because amajority of the bands both scenes left in their wakes offered nothing new in the way ofevolution, and listeners’ ears simply got pummeled by the seemingly endless airplay ofthese bands’ turgid yet unexceptional radio singles. (Most atrocious of all were thegroups that combined the worst elements of both grunge and nu-metal, like Creed andStaind, but let’s not get into that anymore.)Hyper Crush may be considered as the ones who lit the fuse for the local emo explosion,It’s 2011, and Hyper Crush has just released their third record plus-minutes of “As SilentAs Death” showcase Hyper Crush at their most convincing and relentless, as Badiolafuriously laments the fate of the environment and the human race while his bandmatessucceed in matching his sentiments with precision, power, and grace, including a rare,extended guitar solo by guitarist Pakoy Fletchero that doesn’t feel contrived or self-indulgent at all.
  • 12. Hyper Crush are definitely worthy of kudos if only for sticking to their guns and playingthe kind of music they love, and after almost a decade of going at it, they’re still the bestthere is. And somehow, they’re still getting better.