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Love Lust Faith + Dreams

Released on 20 May 2013

Artist: Thirty Seconds To Mars

4.0 out of 5 (3 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Birth
  2. Conquistador
  3. Up In The Air
  4. City Of Angels
  5. The Race
  6. End Of All Days
  7. Pyres Of Varanasi
  8. Bright Lights
  9. Do Or Die
  10. Convergence
  11. Northern Lights
  12. Depuis Le Début

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 They've done it again!

| | See all mellydavies's reviews (3)

Being a fan of 30 Seconds to Mars from their first self-titled album, going through to A Beautiful Lie and then This is War, they know how to write epic lyrics, make beautiful guitar riffs and beat those awesome drums and this album goes beyond all of that. If you are a fan of their older work and their new sound I ORDER YOU to go up there and press BUY! Do it now! You won't be disappointed!

 I WANT to love it, but I don't.

| | See all ravenguest13's reviews (6)

I've loved Mars for....so long, but this album following 'This Is War' feels like a step backwards. Had the albums been in the opposite order, I could understand it. Jared's voice is wonderful and versatile as always, but several of the tracks aren't even proper songs in the sense that there are no lyrics or they feel unfinished. I adore 'Convergence' but there's nothing about it that says 'Mars' to me - any band could have written it. Also the lyrics are WAAAAAAAYYYYY too repetitive. Jared is one of the smartest, most articulate people and yet the lyrics feel very shallow. He relies too much on what I call 'cheap' rhymes (i.e the words are used solely because they rhyme and not because they work)

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. The meanings behind the songs are deep, I don't doubt that, but this song just really disappointed me; 'A new day, a new age, a new face, a new lay,
A new love, a new drug, a new me, a new you' It feels more like a list than a song.

Do or Die - forgettable.

Convergence - Beautiful, but it feels like they ran out of song ideas (I know they didn't) and put these musical interludes in to fill it out.

Northern Lights - I LOVE this.

Depuis - Again, not a song, random bits thrown together and SO repetitive! Not a good end to the album at all. I always skip this one too.

All in all, I am really, really disappointed. They work so hard and I love and adore them, but this album feels unfinished and would have benefited from more tracks with actual singing in. Really wish I could be more positive.

BTW Still get shivers at the start of 'Kings and Queens' - That is what I want more of!

 Love, love, love

| | See all CTCGBJHSBB's reviews (7)

Have played this album over and over again, love it.. Highly recommend was worth every penny.

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