Love Lust Faith + Dreams CD+DVD
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Love Lust Faith + Dreams is the fourth studio album from American rockers Thirty Seconds to Mars, the follow up to This is War (2009). The album was recorded in Los Angeles throughout 2012 and features depicts Damian Hirst artwork: "Isonicotinic Acid Ethyl Ester".The single "Up in the Air" is included, which became the first ever commercial copy of music launched into space, making its worldwide debut aboard the International Space Station in March 2013.
This deluxe edition includes a bonus DVD.
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Love Lust Faith & Dreams is not TIW, its is nothing like it, and was never intended to be. For that reason alone I was prepared to dislike LLF&D, but as it turns out I don't.
I don't have time for all the pretentious rubbish I have read about this album. Where it has been called a departure from previous music, or breaking out in a new direction. Whatever, lets just play the music, enjoy the music (or don't) and lets not try and over think what this band should or should not be doing. This isn't politics it's 12 tracks on a cd that you will either love or hate.
I loved it, Jared Letos always been a bit pretentious (in my eyes anyway) Having said that, he knows music and he isn't afraid to do his own thing. I have to admire this album because if nothing else it has guts. It plays well from start to finish, And in it's own way is truthful. No I don't think it is as good as TIW, but then that album was written (it seems to me) with a passion, that isn't needed here, which is why I think it is unfair to compare them. LLF&D may not have the passion and the energy TIW does, but it still stands up well, and is an achievement Mars should be proud of.
Obviously, I am not saying this is a bad album. If you like the band, you will like this LLF+D, but forget about a new TIW. That was history of music. Unbeatable.
I'm not disappointed in the slightest, Every track is excellent and I've listened to it loads so far.
If you like their earlier stuff, you'll like this too
Birth - I'm guessing this is the 'Escape' of this album and whilst it's good, I wanted a full song from it, it feels like a snippet of a longer song.
Conquistador - I love this as there's something slightly 80/90s rock about it.
Up in The Air - I love this song, but again the lyrics feel repetitive and shallow. Angels/Demons in every song!
City of Angels - Hate this one. Skip it every time.
The Race - it's ok.
End of All Days - I LOVE this one, but on thinking about the lyrics, it's the same problem. They've all been said before in a different order. It almost feels like Jared is 'dumbing down' and that's really sad.
Pyres... - Not a track. Don't get me wrong, it's awesome and Jared's voice in insanely brilliant, but it's just another piece of music that could have been done by anyone.
Bright Lights - The song is the very reason I say the lyrics are shallow.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not their strongest album, has a few hits but unfortunately a few more 'filler' songs than previous albums. Read morePublished 1 day ago by kounoupias123
This in mho is the greatest album ever made. There, said it!Published 8 months ago by Mr. S. A. Haynes