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Hot Damn!

Hot Damn! is the second full length release from metalcore band Every Time I Die released in July 2003 on Ferret Records. It is considered the band's breakout album, leading to spots on tours such as Ozzfest and Sounds of the Underground.

Track listing

  1. "Romeo A Go-Go" – 2:40
  2. "Off Broadway" – 2:28
  3. "I Been Gone A Long Time" – 3:02
  4. "Godspeed Us To Sea" – 2:32
  5. "She's My Rushmore" – 1:48
  6. "Floater" – 2:55
  7. "In The Event That Everything Should Go Terribly Wrong" – 2:38
  8. "Ebolarama" – 2:58
  9. "Hit of the Search Party" – 3:11
  10. "Pornogratherapy" – 2:50
  11. "Emergency Broadcast Syndrome" (Live) - 2:00
  12. "Floater" (Live) - 3:14
  13. "I Used To Love Her" - 3:17

Tracks 11-13 are Japanese bonus tracks


  • Keith Buckley - vocals
  • Jordan Buckley - Guitar
  • Andrew Williams - Guitar
  • Michael "Ratboy" Novak Jr. - drums
  • Stephen Micciche - Bass

Chart positions

Album - Billboard (North America)
Year Chart Position
2003 Top Independent Albums 49


Romeo A Go-Go

Romeo A Go-Go is the lead track of this album. It mentions literary figures such as Milton, Shakespeare, Donne, and Chaucer. According to frontman Keith Buckley:
"At the time that we wrote the record, I was like finishing up at U.B., and I had to take like, a ton, a ton of literary courses because I was an English major and I had to take a ton of literary courses to get my degree in the amount of time I had. So, I was taking like, six literature courses. So I was taking like Milton and Shakespeare, and John Donne and Chaucer, like all at the same time. So that was pretty much pervasive in my life. Like, all that old literature. So, I mean, if there is somebody out there that would actually put the time into reading hardcore lyrics, which I doubt there is, then, you know, there is a lot of Shakespeare images in there, just because that was what I was reading at the time."


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