|1||Lonely Starts & Broken Hearts||Lyrics/Info||2:16|
|2||Broke My Heart||Lyrics/Info||1:51|
|5||By My Side||Lyrics/Info||3:27|
|6||My Whole Life||Lyrics/Info||2:11|
|7||Would You Stay Now||Lyrics/Info||3:03|
|10||Dead Red Roses||Lyrics/Info||2:29|
|11||Heart of Mine||Lyrics/Info||1:44|
Left Alone's Hellcat debut combines a mixture of musical influences from Rancid and the Clash to Operation Ivy, Swingin Utters, and Elvis Costello. From the punk driven title track "Lonely Starts and Broken Hearts," to the the heavily ska-inspired "Another Feeling," to the homage to Elvis' car in "My 62," Left Alone pours every ounce of creative energy and emotion into this album.
To this band the idea of Do-It-Yourself is not something to follow, it's in their nature. They do everything, from booking their own shows, making their own merchandise, to even starting a record label to release their recordings.
On 'Lonely Starts & Broken Hearts', the band delivers a tightly sealed package of punk that plans to explode within seconds of hitting the play button.
The exuberant yet repentant punk anthem that launches Left Alone’s 2006 sophomore Hellcat offering is the kind of no bullshit, honest proclamation that fans ...