Underclass Hero

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Underclass Hero
Studio album by Sum 41
Released July 18, 2007
Recorded November 6, 2006–March 14, 2007
Genre Pop punk, punk rock, alternative rock
Length 51:49
Language English
Label Aquarius (Canada)
Island (US)
Producer Deryck Whibley
Sum 41 chronology
Chuck
(2004)
Underclass Hero
(2007)
Screaming Bloody Murder
(2011)

Underclass Hero is the fourth studio album by Canadian punk rock band, Sum 41. Underclass Hero was released on July 18, 2007 in Japan, July 23, 2007 in Canada and Europe and on July 24, 2007 in the United States.

The album featured the self-titled single "Underclass Hero", "Walking Disaster" and "With Me".

The album was the first that did not feature guitarist Dave Baksh who left the band On May 11, 2006 because of personal reasons. The album received mixed to negative reviews but also received success on the Canadian and on the United States album charts where it reached #1 on the Canadian Albums Chart and also at #7 on the U.S. Billboard 200.

The album was certified in both Canada and Japan where it sold 100,000 Units+ in Japan and 50,000 Units+ in Canada.[1][2]

Songs[change | edit source]

No. Title Length
1. "Underclass Hero"    
2. "Walking Disaster"    
3. "Speak of the Devil"    
4. "Dear Father"    
5. "Count Your Last Blessings"    
6. "Ma Poubelle"    
7. "March of the Dogs"    
8. "The Jester"    
9. "With Me"    
10. "Pull the Curtain"    
11. "King of Contradiction"    
12. "Best of Me"    
13. "Confusion and Frustration in Modern Times"    
14. "So Long Goodbye"    
15. "Look at Me" (is not available on all editions; hidden track; starts at 2:00)  

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