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  • Audio CD (8 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B0000C83MH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,814 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Victory Strikes Again
2. Long Live The Party
3. Tear It Up
4. Free Jumps
5. Never Let Down
6. Your Rules
7. The Song
8. Make Sex
9. Totally Stupid
10. Really In Love
11. The End Of Our Lives
12. I Love Music
13. Enchanced Footage
14. We Want Fun (Video)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
If Andrew WKs discography could be mapped into 24 hours, 'I Get Wet' would 7pm-9pm, the start of a fun party when everyones starting to get drunk. On the other hand 'The Wolf' is the period late into the night, were all drunk, sat on the floor, talking rubbish, getting emotional. This is why its such a great album, for me it creates the feeling of a night out with your mates especially the last 4 tracks. The feeling he generates is unbelievable, making you feel so happy and positive and also realise what life is all about. Well thats how a person who is drunk at 2am would say - and its true. You dont need a thesaurus to say how u feel, just say it. And thats what he does, its a fine line between genius and stupid but he lands in the genius zone.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bjr19 on 10 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Absolutely superb. Before I'd heard this album I was an Andrew W.K. sceptic...but now, what can I say?! Imagine a cross between Bruce Springsteen, Meatloaf, Devin Townsend and Bill & Ted's Wyld Stallions....this album is all that and a lot more. I haven't ENJOYED an album this much in a long while. Every time I spin this album it puts a smile on my face - and not an 'ironic' smile either - this is the real deal. All hail Andrew W.K.!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Thompson on 9 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
FInally, the day has arrived for the brand new album from the living legend himself Andrew WK. Clad in his trademark white clothing, this masterpiece of modern metal picks up exactly where the previous album, I Get Wet, left off (literally, the opening notes to "Victory Strikes Again" are the closing notes to "Don't Stop Living In The Red"). The party theme continues its out of control train journey into the unknown with "Long Live The Party". An anthem in its way. Despite its simple lyrics,the heart is in the place it should be. "Tear It Up" gives a big "SCREW YOU!" to everybody who doubted that he would one-day become the legend of the party-metal circuit. Not only hell-bent on writting cutting edge new material, Andrew also reworks "Don't Ever Stop The Noise" (from his 2000 "Girl's Own Juice" EP) to become "The Song", and "Make Sex" (from the same 2000 EP) has also been given a slight rework. "Totally Stupid" is Andrew's self portrait of himself, showing that he can also look at himself and laugh. ANd so comes the new era...the Andrew WK LOVE SONG ("Really In Love"). A heartfelt piece off real love,in a parralel universise to his classic "She Is Beautifal", WHICH IS BY NO MEANS A BAD THING. He closes the album in a classic montage summing up, not only his love for his life, but been given the oppertunity to make the music he loves, but also been given the chance to make people's lives,such as my own,better and more enjoyable. All hail the king of modern metal. No matter how often the Linkin Parks or Limp Bizkits of this world are thrown into the limelight, their talent is limited,whereas Andrew WK can surpass himself by making music from the heart, and not for his wallet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
After the fantastic "I Get Wet", you wonder whether Andrew could live up to all the expectations heaped on his second full-length album. The good news is that he has carried on from where "I Get Wet" left off - party rock that brings a smile to your face.
He has re-worked a couple of songs from the "girl's own juice" ep, which immediately gives him a strong foundation for the album. It rocks along in typical AWK fashion, all raucous shouting, tinny piano and high speed rhythms. In a break from the norm, he even manages to slot in a Bon Jovi-esque love ballad, which works well, and reveals his sensitive side.
Its a refreshing change from a lot of the angst that litters the charts, and the message is loud and clear - having fun with music is not a crime!!!
Between AWK and The Darkness, the future of stadium rock looks to be in safe hands!
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Format: Audio CD
After reading a good review of this and reading a bit into Andrew WK and his, very original, style of music I decided to get this album and I was pleasantly surprised. Mainly for the fact that his music sounds like something that the 1980s have regurgitated as a present for the 21st century and that his vocals are some of the scariest I have ever heard, but oh so brilliant.
Highlights come in the form of "Long Live The Party" and "I Love Music" with a brilliant interlude appearing as "Make Sex", forty seconds of sheer madness. The rest of the album is pretty solid and very enjoyable but occasionally there is a lapse into being a bit average and, being the indie fan that I am, can be a bit loud and too much at times. But still, great fun!
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