You're Awful, I Love You

You're Awful, I Love You

by Ludo


Product Details

Release Date: 02/26/2008
Label: Island
UPC: 0602517401723
catalogNumber: 000949702

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ludo   Primary Artist
Matt Bowen   Violin
Andrew Volpe   Group Member
Tim Ferrell   Group Member
Tim Convy   Group Member

Technical Credits

Steve Davis   Management
Matt Wallace   Producer
Mike Landolt   Engineer
Posie Muliadi   Engineer
Rafael Serrano   Engineer
Marc McClusky   Producer,Engineer
Matt Bowen   Engineer
Miles Wilson   Engineer
Jason McEntire   Producer,Engineer
Patrick Hegarty   Artwork
Andrew Volpe   Composer,Lyricist
Tim Ferrell   Composer,Lyricist

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You're Awful, I Love You 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The first thing from them I heard was the song Love me Dead and it was the craziest, bipolar masterpiece I have heard in a while. I also had a hard time trying to find their albums and have only been able to find the one, but according to their website, they have a self-titled album and an EP called Broken Bride. I wasn't able to find either albums for sale, but I found a website that streamed Broken Bride and it is even better then You're Awful, I Love You. It is a five song rock opera depicting the events of man who travels back in time to save his wife from dieing, but ends up in prehistoric times and then he finds himself in the future during the apocalypse! When he finally gets back to the morning his wife dies....... well you have to scour the world and find out for yourself, I don't want to be the one who ruins the ending for you! Now You're Awful, I Love You isn't a half bad album. There are a few really good song: Love Me Dead, Drunken Lament and Lake Pontchartrain. The rest of the album is decent, but isn't as up-tempo as those songs. If you can find any of their stuff I would buy it, and if anyone gets their hands on their self-titled album, leave a review here for it. Thanks!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this band open for The Presidents of the United States, and they were probably the best opening band I've seen. I remembered I thought I would want their album, but I couldn't find it at any record store. Finally, a few days ago I heard the song &quot Love Me Dead&quot on a commercial for the TV show &quot House.&quot I was amazed. So finally I found the album and it was freaking awesome. It has a tiny bit of an electric sound mostly because of the keyboards on a lot of the songs, but otherwise it's good, loud, epic music. My favorite song is &quot Lake Pontchartrain&quot which is about crawfish killing people (no really, listen to it). Overall it's pretty good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a music-seller at Barnes &amp amp Noble and my friend in cafe told my friend and I about this killer band she heard at Warped Tour. She saw the name, and recognized the reference to an adorable little creature in Jim Henson's 'Labyrinth'. As always I procrastinated, but luckily my friend was already on it and a day or two later he had me listen to 'Horror of Our Love'. He is hooked on that song, but I liked it just enough to check them out myself. I got ahold of 'Youre Awful, I Love You' and 'Broken Bride'. I am not addicted but they are very original as well as capable of writing some amazing lyrics. Unlike the other two reviewers, I am not a fan of 'Lake Pontchartrain', nor am I terribly fond of 'Love Me Dead'. My three favorites would consist of 'Horror of Our Love', my favorite 'Topeka', 'Broken Bride pt. 1'. I highly recommend checking them out, don't base giving them a chance off of the related titles I gave below. Also, to Chris, the reviewer below, e-mail me and I might have Ludo's self-titled. I haven't checked yet, and I cannot make any guarantees, but it's possible.
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