Angels and Airwaves - Stomping the Phantom Brake Pedal - 2013 Blink 182 Exp Rock - Clear Vinyl 180 Grm LP

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Angels & Airwaves - Stomping the Phantom Brake Pedal

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Format: Clear Vinyl, EP, 33 RPM, Etched, Limited Edition, 12", Side B Etching
180 Grm Vinyl, EP, 33 RPM, Limited Edition, 12"

Limited to 500 on Clear Vinyl for ShopRadioCast only.

This Issue Is NEW BUT DID NOT COME SEALED! ( Came In Plastic bag)
All Media, Album

This was limited and pressed to order.
This full release comprises two separate EPs.
Country: US
Released: 2013
Genre: Rock


The Score Evolved EP

A1 Reel 1 (Diary)
A2 Reel 5 (New Blood)
A3 Reel 6

Love Two Re-Imagined EP

B1 Surrender Remix
B2 Epic Holiday Remix
B3 Young London Remix
B4 Anxiety Remix
B5 Saturday Love Remix

For the 2012 double-EP Stomping the Phantom Brake Pedal, Angels & Airwaves return once again to their ever-evolving pseudo-soundtrack Love, offering remixes and electronic reworkings of songs featured on that two-volume album. The first EP finds A&A reworking the instrumental cues into full-fledged songs; the second offers remixes of songs found on the original Love.

Generally, the first EP is moodier (although "Reel 6" is a bit claustrophobic), with the second arriving somewhere between modern EDM and late-'90s chill-out electronica; interesting enough but perhaps only compelling to the dedicated. Then again, only the dedicated could really keep track of all the iterations of Love, an album that's already appeared in at least three editions — the two individual albums, plus a combined set — and possibly more, and as this arrives a few years after the project while Tom DeLonge is in the throes of a blink-182 reunion, it's easy to be confused by all the music surrounding Love, including this double-EP. For those who like puzzling through this maze, this is as appealing as anything else released under the Love rubric.

With the hiatus of pop-punk superstars blink-182 in full effect by the fall of 2005, singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge revealed the formation of his new band — one he'd already been working with for six months — called Angels & Airwaves. Much hype ensued after the announcement. In interviews with outlets like, DeLonge proclaimed that his new music would borrow elements from bands like U2 and Pink Floyd and, ultimately, be something of a revolution to change the face of rock & roll forever.

Rounding out his lineup were guitarist David Kennedy (Boxcar Racer, Hazen Street), drummer Atom Willard (Rocket from the Crypt, the Offspring), and bassist Ryan Sinn (the Distillers), and the group made its live debut on April 12, 2006, to a sold-out crowd at Pomona, California's Glass House.

Angels & Airwaves - Diary

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AVA - Stomping the Phantom Brake Pedal - The Score Evolved & Love Two Re Imagine FULL EP

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