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Alternative Rock | Country: USA | Label: Virgin Records
Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams is the fourth studio album by the American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars. The album is a concept album and was released through Virgin Records on May 21, 2013. Upon release, it peaked at number 6 on the Billboard 200.
Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 62, based on 11 reviews. Emily Zemler from Billboard wrote that the album "invests itself fully and artfully in its own vision" and "offers an opportunity to explore the boundaries of rock." AllMusic senior editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine acknowledged the band’s musical adventurousness, describing the record as "galvanized for the present, pushing its thick processed guitars, chanted choruses, and clanging keyboards to the forefront, flirting with taboos underneath its shining surface." He felt that the group’s "loosening of their stylistic confines" results in their "boldest, brightest, most imaginative record." In his review for Sound & Vision, Ken Richardson noticed the band’s ambition and commended the album’s concept. Andy Ritchie of Rock Sound complimented Jared Leto’s vocal performance and the group’s musicianship, praising the "massive choruses" and "titanic climaxes," and stated that the album reaffirms that Thirty Seconds to Mars is in a class of its own. In a four-and-a-half star review, Ryan Jones of Alternative Addiction commended the album’s lyrical content and musical style, calling the new sounds "deep and plush," and wrote that the "entire record feels like an amazing journey."
Ian Winwood, writing for Kerrang!, found the album "lavish but not cloying, expansive yet often economical, approachable without being familiar," calling it a "release that defies genre" and deeming it as a "grand achievement befitting this most grandiose of bands." Kyle Anderson of Entertainment Weekly felt that although the album’s narrative is inexplicable, "throbbing modern-rock anthems ‘Up in the Air’ and ‘Bright Lights’ offer visceral, hands-up hedonism." Dan Slessor of Alternative Press commended the band’s capacity for writing "titanic choruses full of sweeping drama in a manner that is almost untouchable," but felt that with "shorter songs and more restrained production" the album lacks the "epic quality" of its predecessor This Is War. Brent Faulkner of PopMatters gave a mixed response, stating that the album has "its finer moments as well as moments that are overwrought, overextended, and overproduced." Q magazine found it "empty in the extreme," while Uncut called it "wildly overcooked and deeply derivative." John Watt from Drowned in Sound wrote that the album "is a disappointingly tepid affair." Andy Baber of musicOMH felt that the record descends into "something of a mess" despite "starting with what sounded like a clear direction."
Jared Leto − vocals, guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers
Shannon Leto − drums, percussion, synthesizers
Tomo Miličević − guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, violin, cello
01. Birth (02:07)
02. Conquistador (03:12)
03. Up In The Air (04:35)
04. City Of Angels (05:02)
05. The Race (03:40)
06. End Of All Days (04:46)
07. Pyres Of Varanasi (03:12)
08. Bright Lights (04:51)
09. Do Or Die (04:07)
10. Convergence (02:00)
11. Northern Lights (04:44)
12. Depuis Le Debut (02:33)
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