Hunter Hayes

Hunter Hayes

Music CD - 2011
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Publisher: New York : Atlantic, [2011]
Copyright Date: ℗2011
Branch Call Number: COUNTRY HAYES
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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ameliamiles
Jan 20, 2015

My favorites are Wanted and Cry With You.

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sidster_j
Oct 16, 2014

I love Hunter Hayes because he really makes a statement with his music. My favorite song is "Everybody's got somebody but me"

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Daydreamer1
Dec 19, 2013

He's so talented! Amazing! I love his songs especially "More Than I Should" (a rockier tune) and "Everybody's got somebody But Me" (He teams up in "Encore" with Jason Mraz for that song)! If you like country music, check Hunter out and I personally guarantee that you will love this album!

lovecody123 Nov 10, 2012

THIS KID IS REALLY GOOD

hayleynicholls Nov 01, 2012

My absolute favourite album ever! He's adorable and the fact that he sings country music is amazing. Most of his songs are uplifting and upbeat, some have a softer side. It's a great album. Give it a try if you love country music (sounds a bit like a young Rascal Flatts).

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650Hawk
Oct 12, 2012

Hunter has a few good songs but I don't think he's anything special

Allyson Kamrat Jun 12, 2012

Amazing album! If you like Rascal flatts you've got to check HH out! He's like a countrified Justin Bieber singing slow mellow songs as Rainy Season or those quick paced, heart racing Love Make Me. I'd recomend this amazing album to anyone

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ameliamiles
Jan 20, 2015

ameliamiles thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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Daydreamer1
Nov 18, 2014

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Allyson Kamrat Jun 12, 2012

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Allyson Kamrat Jun 12, 2012

Dealing out a variety of sounds, Hunter Hayes gets you singing along by the second chorus with his "Everybody's got somebody but me" with his upbeat sounds of being alone. Then his more heartbreaking songs "All you ever" and "Rainy Season" begging her to stay. He then moves to his painfully, but upbeat regrets such as his single "Storm Warning" and "More than I should". He expresses his more religious side in "Faith to fall back on". He then jumps into more happy songs such as "If you told me to" and "Somebody's heartbreak". HH keeps himself strong with "What you gonna do" explaining he's the on their for her. He completes his album with the soulful "Wanted" and "Cry with you" singing how he'll always be there. Hunter plays all the instruments on the record, singing all the vocals.

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