How To Call A Bluff

Virgin Records America
Release date
5 May 2009
Running length
11 tracks
Running time


Everyone’s tags

More tags


    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Simple Life 3:51 14,118
2 Go 3:35 8,993
3 Say So 3:22 23,845
4 Getaway Car 4:16 20,144
5 Bigger Than Love 3:49 29,539
6 Dreamer 3:41 7,580
7 Bittersweet Life 3:28 20,476
8 What Are You Waiting For? 3:48 16,360
9 The Chase 4:03 13,535
10 Entertain The Pain 3:23 16,759
11 Steel City 5:03 12,559

About this album

We don’t have a description for this album yet, care to help?

Other releases

Listening Trend

51,955listeners all time
1,015,871scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Explore more


Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.
  • israeldefeo

    Go is my favorite track. But what's up with that? It's the 2nd least listened to. o_O

    13 Jun 2013 Reply
  • mickeymait

    Old artwork is much much better o_O [2]

    27 May 2011 Reply
  • Lew_Blu

    Old artwork is much much better o_O

    15 Apr 2010 Reply
  • CrumblyGoodness

    Re-Release track listing I believe is available to view on and the original album release is much much better looking...

    15 Nov 2009 Reply
  • silvua

    nice album^))

    3 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Jonnyborg

    wow. I didn't even know this album had used to have different artwork. So I checked it out, and yeah, I would've liked that better. I can't find the re-release's tracklisting anywhere either. pretty stupid. I'm mostly sorta annoyed I own the gay-ed up Virgin records version. I feel dirty.

    9 Sep 2009 Reply
  • _NoHavenNow_

    Everything about the original 2008 release was better. The artwork was classy, simple, and awesome. The artwork on the 2009 re-release makes me want to scratch my eyes out. Plus, it was dumb to take off In My Heart, one of the best songs on the record. Swing and a miss. For future reference, the band appearing on the album cover is almost never a good idea. At least it hasn't been for decades.

    5 Sep 2009 Reply
  • freakyfangirl90

    My Favorite Highway’s CD, How to Call a Bluff, is song after song of sincere lyrics, great vocals, and catchy melodies. From the very 1st song, Simple Life, the band sends the listener a message about how “we all want something more than just the simple life”. The music video for the band’s first single, “Say So”, can be seen at . The fifth song in the album is yet another song with great lyrics about how “nothing’s bigger than love”. The song is very easy to listen to and will have the listener singing along to the chorus in no time. My personal favorite on the album is the song “Getaway Car”, which starts with a very addictive piano intro and includes one of my favorite lines throughout the CD: “Go on, get up, get out. Don’t even think about it.” The CD ends with another one of my favorite songs, “Steel City”, a song about the city of Pittsburgh. Overall, this CD is filled from beginning to end with great songs.

    7 Aug 2009 Reply
  • YT19

    MFH's album "How To Call A Bluff" is full of catchy, yet meaningful songs. The lyrics are refreshing compared to other songs today. It's so catchy and the perfect summer soundtracl! It kicks off with two lively, high-tempo songs. The third song, “Say So” is the band’s first single off of record (check out the music video here: and one of the catchiest! The 5th song “Bigger Than Love” should be called “Bigger than Life” because that’s how the song feels. If you only listen to one song off this album, this should be it. The song showcases the wonders of love, telling the listener that “nothing’s bigger than love”, and builds up to a great climax that leaves you on a high. This song is followed by another favorite of mine “Dreamer”. Dreamer has the most energy I’ve heard in any song in a long time. The hits keep piling in as the album continues, with song you’ll find stuck in your head with no way out. The album ends on a ballad, “Steel City”.

    28 Jul 2009 Reply

Top Listeners