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“Fantastic Beats & Where to Hear Them”
FB&WFT T8H
Album by The 8th Horcrux
Released: July 1, 2016
Recorded: January 2015 - June 2016
Genre: Wizard Rock, Comedy/Parody
Length: 42:10
Label: Fueled by Pumpkin Juice
Purchase links
Physical CD $9.99 + S/H
Bandcamp $9.99
Other N/A
The 8th Horcrux's Album Chronology
Last Album: Finite Incantatem! EP
(2015)
This Album: Fantastic Beats & Where to Hear Them
(2016)
Next Album: The Chamber of Secret Tracks
(2016)

Fantastic Beats & Where to Find Them is the name of the fifth album by The 8th Horcrux.

RecordingEdit

"Pansy", "In the Woods Tonight", and "The Shrieking Shack" had all been recorded a year prior to this album's release, and were first made available on the Finite Incantatem EP. The tracks were included on this album for the sake of those who did not know about the EP (which was exclusively released digitally via Bandcamp).

The remainder of the songs were recorded between January and June of 2016. During this time, Paul temporarily relocated to Hyde Park, Chicago to attend graduate school. The album was consequently recorded almost entirely in Chicago, making it the first album released by The 8th Horcrux to not have been recorded in their home state of Kansas.[1]

The album's thirteenth song, "Dumbledore Died" was originally written by Jace McLain of the band Nuclear Bubble Wrap. The song first appeared on their album "Jumping the Shark with Style" (2007).[2]

Track ListingEdit

  1. "Voldemort Stinks" – 02:51 (A parody of "All the Small Things" by blink-182)
  2. "Pansy" – 02:44 (A parody of "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea)
  3. "Hogwarts is Magic" – 03:46 (A parody of "Magic" by The Cars)
  4. "In the Woods Tonight" – 02:56 (A parody of "Sister Christian" by Night Ranger)
  5. "I Flew a Car with the Weasleys" – 02:38 (A parody of "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" by Mike Posner)
  6. "Bad at Divination" – 01:38 (A parody of "Bad Reputation" by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)
  7. "The Shrieking Shack" – 02:35 (A parody of "Back to the Shack" by Weezer)
  8. "Now THAT'S What I Call Wizard Rock" – 01:09 (Parody medley)
  9. "Sneak Out" – 02:38 (A parody of "Stressed Out" by Twenty-One Pilots)
  10. "A Werewolf is Fine for Tonks" – 03:51 (A parody of "Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia)
  11. "Oh No! (Voldemort's Back)" – 02:25 (A parody of "Honey, I'm Good" by Andy Grammar)
  12. "The Tale of the Three Brothers" – 03:05 (A parody of "Roses" by Chainsmokers ft. ROZES)
  13. "Dumbledore Died" – 03:42 (A parody of "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers)
  14. "Dobby" – 02:45 (A parody of "Sorry" by Justin Bieber)
  15. "Bookworm" – 03:27 (A parody of "Work from Home" by Fifth Harmony)
  16. "Revolution 394" (Hidden track; parody of "Revolution 9" by The Beatles)

PersonnelEdit

  • Paul Thomas - Lead Vocals, Computerized Synthesizer, Guitar, Lyrics
  • Trina Sieg - Lead Vocals, Guitar, Lyrics

Media GalleryEdit

Album Art GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fantastic Beats & Where to Hear Them liner notes.
  2. Jumping the Shark with Style on AllMusic.com.
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Albums: Potterwatch! · Accio Awesome · Noize From the Cupboard · Ridiculously Wicked · Fantastic Beats & Where to Hear Them
EPs: I Love Hogwarts · We R Death Eaters · Pottermost! · Happy Record Store Day! · Happy Record Store Day 2013 · Finite Incantatem!
Other: Discography · Expecto Patrohmygoodness · The 8th Horcrux Live · Greatest Hits

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