11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

His second solo album is inspired by life in New York.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

His second solo album is inspired by life in New York.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
166 Ratings
166 Ratings
Professor Slughorn ,

Biggest Andrew Fan is Not a Fan

'Brooklen, You're Killing Me" is my least favorite song that has been released off "Zombies on Broadway". It's just talking. I want more singing! I was hoping this would be the only single I feel ehhh about but the only single I've liked is 'So Close'. This is probably because it sounds most like what I'm used to from him. But it's still incredibly "poppy". I prefer the piano rock that started his career. I have purchased every single CD (with his multiple bands) he has put out since 2000 but this one is so far from where he's been that I'm not sure I can stay on this train with him. I've gone to see him live more than any other musician and have already purchased tickets to see him in April 2017 because I love his other music so much. This CD is a disaapointment to me but I understand he wants to experiment and grow as an artist.

Ready fuels ,

Going the wrong direction

Been a huge fan since Leaving Through the Window. Been to countless shows. Listened for countless hours. I understand artists grow and change over time, but now I feel he just sounds like everyone else. Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin were unique and amazing. I don't even hear the piano in this album. I'll continue to buy his work and give it a fair shot but man, please go back to the basics. Lose the electronics, rock those keys, and be well. Thanks for the years of good tunes.

11:11☂ ,

I wanted to love this 😔☔️

I have always been excited for new music from Andrew.

He has been my favorite artist for fifteen years. I have followed his music from his days of Something Corporate, Jacks Mannequin to Andrew McMahon into the wilderness.
I haven't miss a Album release and have been to many of his concerts. He talented, a lyrical genius and piano rock God.

So what happened?
There was so much anticipation for this album, after his last was so amazing. That's why I am so upset and disappointed for Zombies on Broadway. He claimed this album is his best work... But I don't believe it. I don't get the same amazing vibe. This album has left me disconnected as a fan, lost in a new sound. It's like he abandoned himself and sold himself short, to please a new crowd. Leaving me disorientated and disappointed.
I wanted to love this album...💔

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