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Angels & Airwaves - Love Part One & Part Two

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Item #: 13874236
    Personnel: Atom Willard (drums); Critter (percussion). Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge. Recording information: Jupiter Sound. Photographer: Keegan Gibbs. Upon the release of the second part of Love, the two halves were combined as a deluxe release. Love, An......more

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Artist: Angels & Airwaves
Description:
Personnel: Atom Willard (drums); Critter (percussion). Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge. Recording information: Jupiter Sound. Photographer: Keegan Gibbs. Upon the release of the second part of Love, the two halves were combined as a deluxe release. Love, Angels & Airwaves' third album, appeared out of the blue as a free download on Valentine's Day weekend 2010, but its sudden materialization belies its long gestation. A&A began work on Love early in 2009, long before leader Tom DeLonge reunited with blink-182, a reunion that put Angels & Airwaves' future in question which, in turn, made Love seem almost like an afterthought, particularly when it was released to no hype on a holiday weekend. But as far as Angels & Airwaves go, it's difficult to differentiate an afterthought from a masterwork because this is a band that's running to stand still, mining the same Cure-U2 hybrid as they did on their debut, never quite following through on DeLonge's stated Pink Floyd influence despite the closer "Some Origins of Fire" being constructed around a lift of the pre-chorus keyboard from "Comfortably Numb." This is what constitutes a hook on the spacy Love, an album where whatever marginal, melodic feints of I-Empire are abandoned in favor of the churning, monochromatic drone of We Don't Need to Whisper, but that's a subtle shift, one that only fans may notice. To the layman, all the Angels & Airwaves albums sound remarkably similar, all offering texture over structure, all treading lukewarm water, with the only thing distinguishing Love from its predecessors being its method of release, something that doesn't say much about the content within. The second volume of Angels & Airwaves' Love project picks up where the first left off, yet trumps its predecessor quite handily, appropriately offering a cinematic spin on A&A's trademark blend of Cure and U2. Angels & Airwaves don't abandon that sky-scraping spaciness -- echoing guitars borrowed from the Edge careen all over the place -- ...
See Also:
We Don't Need to Whisper, Love Album, Pts. 1-2
See Influences:
Descendents, U2, The Cure, The Clash, The Police, The Cult, Green Day, Foo Fighters, Peter Gabriel
See Contemporaries:
Lostprophets, Our Lady Peace, Live, Coheed and Cambria, Taking Back Sunday, My Chemical Romance, Third Eye Blind, Collective Soul, Evaline, Head Automatica, Panic! At the Disco, Foo Fighters, +44, Fall Out Boy, The Subways
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Et Ducit Mundum per Luce
  2. 2 Flight of Apollo, The
  3. 3 Young London
  4. 4 Shove
  5. 5 Epic Holiday
  6. 6 Hallucinations
  7. 7 Moon Atomic, The (...Fragments and Fictions)
  8. 8 Clever Love
  9. 9 Soul Survivor (...2012)
  10. 10 Letters to God, Pt. 2
  11. 11 Some Origins of Fire
Disc 2:
  1. 1 Saturday Love
  2. 2 Surrender
  3. 3 Anxiety
  4. 4 My Heroine (It's Not Over)
  5. 5 Moon as My Witness
  6. 6 Dry Your Eyes
  7. 7 Revelator, The
  8. 8 One Last Thing
  9. 9 Inertia
  10. 10 Behold a Pale Horse
  11. 11 All That We Are
Type:
Performer
Genre:
Rock & Pop
Subgenre:
Alternative
Label:
Rocket Science
Producer:
Angels & Airwaves; Critter; Tom DeLonge
Number of Discs:
2
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Studio
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
102 : 41
Editorial Reviews:
Alternative Press (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[W]hen the band take the kid gloves off, the results are among their best songs -- specifically, the muscled-up 'Anxiety' and the slinky 'The Revelator'..."
UPC:
811481012600
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