This is the discography of HGNIC.
HGNIC is an American pop band who is simply known for their music which has earned extremely rave reviews. The band is currently signed to Atlantica Records.
HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In ChargeEdit
HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge is the debut album from the American pop band, HGNIC. The album was only released in the United States and was released independently by the band themselves; the album was also released before the band was eventually signed to Atlantica Records.
The album didn't do very well upon its release in the United States and it suffered from negative reviews. The album was also a commercial failure, as it only sold above 250,000 copies in the US and failed to chart within the Top 200 US Albums Chart. The album also spawned four singles which were equally commercial failures as the album.
- "Do Over and Start Over"
- "Craving (For Something Else)"
- "Let Us Go Away"
- "Turn Me (Real Good)"
- "Out Of This World"
- "Down To The Dancefloor"
- "Morbid Pop Music Plays On The Radio"
- "Hey Now"
- "I Have So Much More To Give"
- "Rising Up The Charts"
- Digital Download Bonus Track
- 11. "My Debut Single"
|Album||Peak (USA)||Sales (USA)|
|HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge||Failed to chart||251,271 copies sold|
These are the singles that have been released from the album. Four singles, along with an additional one, was released during the promotion of this album.
|"I Have So Much More To Give"||Failed to chart||HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge|
|"My Debut Single"||Failed to chart||Single only/Digital release of HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge|
|"Morbid Pop Music Plays On The Radio"||Failed to chart||HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge|
|"Let Us Go Away"||Failed to chart||HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge|
|"Do Over and Start Over"||Failed to chart||HGNIC Stands For Head Geek/Nerd In Charge|
In This TogetherEdit
In This Together is the sophomore album from the American pop band, HGNIC. The album is their first album to be released under a record label (Atlantica Records), as their previous album was released independently (with little funding). The album garnered a lot of attention for its minor album title gaffe controversy and also for the fact that it became the band's first Top 40 album ever on the United States Top 200 Albums Chart.
Album Title ControversyEdit
Shortly after the album was done, the band had then decided on what to name the album. The following names they came up with were:
- "Up & Coming"
- "In This Together"
Thought to be titled "Up & Coming", the album was then dubbed as In This Together. However, the record company, who had shortly after began publishing and started to make pressings of the album for the public, forgot to put the official title on the album's cover or on anywhere on the album's outside case. The album was therefore officially untitled.
However, it was revealed that the record company only printed 100 copies with the actual title. Those 100 copies were thrown out and the record company corrected their mistake by printing the actual title on the album's cover and on the album's outside case as well. The band was very happy that the situation didn't last long and was immediately fixed.
Release In The United States OnlyEdit
The group was said to be releasing the album in the United States and in Canada only. The group, however, vowed that the album will be their only album to see a release in Canada, mainly because of the fact that they were "tired of having a series of commercial failures with the Canadian public".
However, shortly after the band announced the release of the album, they put out an official statement saying that the album will not be released in Canada after all. The album will strictly be sold only in the United States and will not sold elsewhere internationally. Many of the band's Canadian fans felt so "betrayed" by this that they petitioned the group to release the album there. The band still refused.
Chart Performance (First Week)Edit
In This Together debuted within the Top 40 of the United States Top 200 Album Chart at #18. The album sold 31,388 copies in its first week. The band released a press statement expressing their excitement on receiving their first Top 40 album.
- "I'm Not Gonna Dance With You"
- "Don't Feel Like Lovin' You Now"
- "I Hurt Too"
- "It's Not Your Problem"
- "And You Know Me Well"
- "You'll Never See Me Around"
- "Can't Stop Me Ever"
- "Are You Serious, Baby?"
Bonus Track (Digital Download Only)
- 11. "Canadian Heartbreak (Goodbye To You All)"
|In This Together||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined|
- The album will not be released in Canada. As a result, chart positions for Canada will not be chronicled nor will it appear on this chart.
These are the singles that have been released from the album. Four singles have be released and are confirmed to be on the upcoming untitled album from the group.
|Title||Peak (USA)||Peak (Canada)||Album|
|"I'm Not Gonna Dance With You"||74||Not released||In This Together|
|"Legacy"||58||Failed to chart||In This Together|
|"Don't Feel Like Lovin' You Now"||74||Failed to chart||In This Together|
|"I Hurt Too"||27||Failed to chart||In This Together|