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Album Review

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 — but there’s a force to their textures, some aerodynamic hooks, some shape to their songs that nevertheless don’t sacrifice atmosphere. Perhaps this was designed as a soundtrack to the A&A-produced movie Love but Love: Part 2 winds up as the group’s most effective album yet: it channels their ‘80s hero worship into something propulsive and distinctive.

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Musically Sound

This band, has always been extremely talented with their creative approach to music making. From the hundreds of unique sounds that make their way into each track, to the driving rhythmic anthems that blast through your stereo. I highly recommend not only this album, but every piece of music they have put out. In detail, this is one of my favourites. Well done, Angels. You guys never seem to disappoint me. Thanks for the music!

Ava is awesome

Amazing sound! Love the new album cant wait for more! Atom u will be missed :(

Great, but could be better!

The album is a great overall improvement musically, but parts of the album are still not so great, particularly most of the choruses are the same, boring, and predictable. I love the possible Billy Corgan reference “rat in a cage” lyrics, can’t remember which song it’s from.

Saturday love - The intro is sick and very cinematic. Possible X-files reference? I love the way he sings the verses, and it’s unlike anything he’s ever done. The chorus though is kind of boring and predictable.

Surrender – The synth sounds amazing in the intro, and the verses are sweet and a little different than their other stuff, but the chorus is weak and just like everything they’ve done.

Anxiety – amazing song. Much better than Hallucinations. The synth is ridiculous, the song is catchy and the lyrics are real. The chorus reminds me a bit too much of beautiful day though.

Crawl – Pretty good song overall, the chorus is a little quiet, but kind of a different song. A little predictable, a little different, I like it I guess.

Moon as my witness – Sweet intro and riff that Tom throws in that reminds me of the first song off I-Empire, but also different enough to sound unique – one of the highlights of the album for me.

Dry Your Eyes – Love the intro and beats and synth work, but the chorus is weak, and sounds exactly like everything’s magic – but I do like the vocal harmony. The verses are sweet especially that little guitar lead part in the background. The computer voice is sweet, unique and part of what makes this album great.

The Revelator – Sweet bass sound, and the verse is an improvement over what they’ve done in the past. The chorus is a little lacklustre once again. The quiet singing part is beautiful.

One Last Thing – Love the verse, reminds me of the structure of give me one good reason a bit, and it’s similar to rite of spring too, and how he sings quietly then loud is a lot like even if she falls. The chorus is actually amazing on this song for a change because it’s different.

Inertia – Love the chord sequence in the hard parts of this song: very Box Car-y, yet distinct. Makes you feel like you’re on a roller coaster. The verses remind me of snake charmer, which is funny because I thought that song was the most angels and airwaves-y song on the blink cd. The verses are not bad I guess. It kind of feels like this song is connecting the two love CDs.

Behold a pale horse – this song is sweet, and makes the conclusion epic, because it’s like the end of the world lyrically. Gives me chills, and it’s different. Chorus reminds me of a not as good young london musically, but the lyrics are good.

We Are All That We Are – 5/5 This song is epic. Concludes the whole series wonderfully. Has the same epic feel as I’m lost without you, but is very unique and has really good guitar playing, and connects the whole series together. I think it’s some of Tom’s best guitar playing (if that’s him), and was a more creative outro than love pt. I, although it had some good playing too.

Musically, I think the band has gotten tighter. This album doesn’t feel as rocky as pt. I at parts, particularly the epic-ness of the intro in the love pt.I , which had a very box car racer feel, yet rocky distorted synth that is missing a little on this one.

Tom’s singing style is really good, and I’m glad he’s finding himself musically. I think he’s found the sound he was looking for vocally for angels and airwaves singing, but the first album was more blink-ish and awesome too. You can tell he’s getting a little old, especially on the first track, he sounds like Brian Wilson getting old a bit, hahah, but I like it.

I think his voice was getting crappier since the self-titled blink CD, and peaked in crapiness at I-Empire (along with the band as a whole), but this series saved them and blew everything they’ve done musically. Lyrically/emotionally, I felt like the first album (we don’t need to whisper) was the best and also had some cool musical parts, but overall I think they’re only getting better now.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With the hiatus of pop-punk superstars blink-182 in full effect by the fall of 2005, singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge revealed the formation of his new band — one he'd already been working with for six months — called Angels & Airwaves. Much hype ensued after the announcement. In interviews with outlets like MTV.com, DeLonge proclaimed that his new music would borrow elements from bands like U2 and Pink Floyd and, ultimately, be something of a revolution to change the face of rock &...
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