Angels and Airwaves Love - Part II
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Nikkolae
November 3rd 2011


5421 Comments


this and I-Empire have some pree terrible artwork, I really dug WDNTW back in the day

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newjunkaesthetic93
November 3rd 2011


1871 Comments


I've listened through this once. I don't like this at all. LOVE part 1 is their only album I've enjoyed, and it definitely gave me higher hopes for this album than I probably should have had. There aren't any decent songs on here, which is dissapointing because I really liked Shove, Flight of Apollo, Young London, and Hallucinations from part 1.

paxman
November 3rd 2011


4084 Comments


Ugh.

I've got a friend who ejaculated all over Facebook about the release of this album.

Nikkolae
November 3rd 2011


5421 Comments


unfriend him

paxman
November 3rd 2011


4084 Comments


...but he's my friend

Sconza
November 3rd 2011


294 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This album is easily their worst.

Didn't read the whole thing, but was there a mention of the rehashed melody for the chorus of Surrender that originally was the pre chorus for Some Origin of Fire?

Iamthe Nightstars
November 3rd 2011


2761 Comments


Just listened to Inertia and I got to say, if that song is the highlight then I really ought to avoid this. I didn't mind WDNTW though, it had some pretty good tracks.

Oh, and the cover art is hilarious.

WatchItExplode
November 3rd 2011


6434 Comments


unfair maybe, but I couldn't possibly take this album serious after seeing the album art..........

JViney
Emeritus
November 3rd 2011


322 Comments


Why do they call themselves AVA and not A&A?

anarchistfish
November 3rd 2011


26919 Comments


How come staff don't get censored?

I'll probably check this out and the other one(s) cos I like spacey synth

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SowingSeason
Moderator
November 3rd 2011


29876 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Tom's daughter is named Ava and a V is sorta like an upside down A.

Knott-
Emeritus
November 3rd 2011


10211 Comments


it's as formulaic as Westlife's balladry, though

Beauers
November 3rd 2011


392 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Really enjoying this album. Agreed that the two Love albums are better than their other stuff, although do like the first two albums too. And that's from someone who rarely listens to Blink that much anymore, or indeed think much of the new Blink.

Slum
November 3rd 2011


2580 Comments


hi we're angels and airwaves and astronauts are still cool right guys

Phideaux
November 3rd 2011


1662 Comments


Never really liked these guys. Just can't stand the vocals. Good review though.

KILL
November 3rd 2011


81233 Comments


gay

BigHans
November 3rd 2011


29532 Comments


it was the audio equivalent of prematurely ejaculating on the jeans zipper of a still clothed woman after telling her for months that you are the greatest fucking lover on the face of the planet.

^ Sounds like something I would say, POS if I could. Also Sowing youre staff now, you dont have to edit your fucks.

anarchistfish
November 3rd 2011


26919 Comments


"gay"
knew it'd be this the moment I saw KILL had commented

iGuter
November 3rd 2011


415 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

This is exactly how I feel about Angels & Airwaves. But Love, Part 2 is half as much better than what, you've given it credit for. The single, 'Anxiety' has a dreamy and catchy vibe to it, subduing the 'nonsensical' feelings you have towards it. Your comments on I-Empire's eagerness and Tom DeLonge's premature ejaculation, priceless.

SowingSeason
Moderator
November 3rd 2011


29876 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

thanks Hans I actually wasn't aware of that



now I can submit reviews of just fucking fuckity fuck fuck and get away with it



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