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  • Audio CD (22 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B000FBG01W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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Angels And Airwaves - We Don't Need To Whisper - Cd

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Format: Audio CD
Before writing a review, I thought I'd take a few weeks to listen to this album. Having commented on the last two blink-182 albums quite soon after their releases, I wanted to hold back, so that my review was more balanced, and not suffering from the whole anticipation excitement. Having done this, I am delighted to say that this album STILL gives me the chills it did when I played Valkyrie Missile for the first time. I've never heard a song so perfect for the opening of an album, and indeed the opening of a new musical era for Tom Delonge and his fans. It has the best build up and pace to it, that you cannot help but lie there in awe when you're listening to it.

I think it speaks quality for every song on the record, that you wish there were more tracks on it. Each song is crafted to perfection, and I can quite confidently say that there are some timeless gems on here. Valkyrie Missile is probably my favourite song as you can probably tell, but other amazing tracks are Do It For Me Now, It Hurts and Start The Machine. The Adventure too is a great point, perhaps only harmed by the fact that because it was leaked so long ago, it doesn't hold the same wow factor as it once did.

AVA's music is a universe away from blink-182, and it's only Delonge's voice (which by the way is at an all-time best) that maintains that link. If I had to criticise it, it would be that some of the songs suffer from over-repetition of lyrics, but this is a minor gripe and I'm clutching at straws.

They say you should always leave the audience wanting more, and Delonge has done this to perfection. Quite simply, this album eclipses many of blink-182's songs, as you can tell how much work has gone into constructing songs level upon level.
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To be perfectly honest, i was never a fan of anything DeLonge had done previously, i am far too into metal for that. but this really is different. Instantly drawing comparisons with the likes of U2 and the cure, this album goes further. some may have slated tom's new direction as self obsessive rambling, but he may truely be onto something here. Upon first listen to this album, there were moments that actualy made me so overcome with the emotions that it conjured. this really is an incredibly emotional record, and instills the listener with sense of hope for the future. Fans of DeLonge's previous works may not like this too much, but i encourage as many as possible to at least give this a listen. Check out The Adventure, The War and Do it for me now. Highly recomended.
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It's no secret: Tom Delonge hyped this band before a song was even recorded. Most people considered Delonge cocky and arrogant about his powerful self-proclamation--but most people were also excited or at the very least curious to hear what his project would reveal.

I'd have to put myself in the curious, excited group--when a two-minute trailer was posted on their website I was immediately throttled with anticipation for their album. Dark and genuinely moving, the trailer featured clips from the opening track on the record, "Valkyrie Missle," and was as stirring as it was beautiful. Still, it wasn't revolutionary--or significantly "better" than his previous projects--it was just different and pleasant sounding.

When the record finally found its way to my hands, I pushed all my expectations--and even Delonge's expectations--completely aside. I listened through once, twice, three times...and suddenly my 8-hours of work that day were gone. "We Don't Need To Whisper" might not be brilliant, life changing, or radical--but is certainly agreeable in the harmonious sense. Delonge's voice sounds wonderfully full, without the usual snotty rasp--and while some of the more boorish music listeners might call it production tweaking, I simply think of Delonge as an improved singer.

So, while Delonge was successful in transforming his voice to fit the style of his music and while I think there are certain signs of maturity that are obvious on Angels & Airwaves, lyrically, the CD couldn't be much worse. On "It Hurts," Delonge repeatedly utters "It Hurts...
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I remember when i was in my lounge watching the TV and the sound was on mute. Angels And Airwaves 'The Adventure' came up, but the sound was off because my parents were talking. As the video went on, i thought "This looks like a good song", so i turned the volume up and was blown away.
My parents bought me the album for my 18th birthday in February and I have not stopped listening to it since. I haven't even used my iPod for so long because this CD is on ALL THE TIME in my car. It is just fantastic. My favourite tracks are 'A Little's Enough', 'Start the Machine' and 'The War'. Buy this now.
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This album is like all the slower, more mellow Blink 182 songs such as I Miss You, Feeling This etc but far far better, the instrumentals are amazing and the songs themselves truly inspired. It also still manages to remain up-beat and lively at the same time, its perfect for relaxing and chilling out; none of the tracks are really in your face but all are awesome at the same time.

It will just grow and grow on you all the time, and it can survive being played again and again without becoming repetitive. Its slow and calm enough to be unnoticed background music, yet it has enough catchy, lyrical choruses and upbeat instrumentals to make you want to sing along.

Buy. Play. Love. Repeat.
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