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Customer Reviews


Wow, this album is just perfection! Each song has its own special thing about it that catches your attention and makes you want to listen over and over again. That's What's Up, I Don't Wanna Pray and Man On Fire are the highlights of the album but each one is just spectacular!!

Better than the first?

I loved Edward Sharpe's first album and was worried the second couldn't stack up. On first listen it didn't. The catchy, jangly, toe-tapping pop/folk songs didn't seem there nor did the darker brooding meanacing anthems. However after a couple of listens I began to see it for what it is. The toe-tapping songs are there (Man on Fire, That's What's Up and I Don't Want to Pray) but the darker brooding athems have been replaced with these soft melodic tunes. Is it better than the first? Possibly.

Worth the wait!

If it means that you receive a wonderful album like this, it's worth waiting it out. Love it!


Formed: 2007 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2007 by Ima Robot frontman Alex Ebert after a brief period of existential crisis, the cultish ten-piece indie rock outfit Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros draw their inspiration from the communal musical communities that peppered Southern California (specifically Laurel Canyon) with positive vibrations during the '60s and early '70s. Employing a unique sound that brought to mind a not-so-subtle mix of Parliament, Polyphonic Spree, Bob Marley, and the Incredible String Band, the then 11-piece...
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