True Sadness - The Avett Brothers

True Sadness

The Avett Brothers

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2016-06-24
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2016 Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. (American Recordings)
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Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Ain't No Man The Avett Brothers 3:32
2
Mama, I Don't Believe The Avett Brothers 4:16
3
No Hard Feelings The Avett Brothers 5:14
4
Smithsonian The Avett Brothers 4:33
5
You Are Mine The Avett Brothers 3:28
6
Satan Pulls the Strings The Avett Brothers 3:08
7
True Sadness The Avett Brothers 4:35
8
I Wish I Was The Avett Brothers 5:16
9
Fisher Road to Hollywood The Avett Brothers 4:23
10
Victims of Life The Avett Brothers 2:59
11
Divorce Separation Blues The Avett Brothers 4:56
12
May It Last The Avett Brothers 4:39

Reviews

  • Amazing

    5
    By Cuteute
    I was introduced to this band by watching their new documentary and I fell in love with this band. They have the courage to express what we all feel at times in our life. People loving people.
  • Calm down haters

    5
    By William_McElroy
    Yes the album is different from their normal work. Get over it. Their muse changed for this album. They are still fantastic musicians and this album still shows that.
  • Lost

    2
    By Sippy1969
    Not totally bad but they sound more like Mumford and Sons. That is not a compliment. Another band past their prime.
  • Love it

    5
    By Jdpratt33
    Great album, I have no idea why people keep writing negative reviews sometimes artist evolve.
  • Nicely Done

    5
    By Marzipandemic
    A different sound for them but beautiful songs as usual. Nice job, Bros.
  • Give Sadness a Chance

    4
    By Jim M
    Some people are dismissing this new Avett Brothers album based on a few clips of a couple of songs... I wasn't too impressed at first either based on the samples on iTunes, but I decided to buy it before the concert here, and I LOVE IT. If you like the Avett Brothers, you will like this album. Most of the songs are classic Avett Brothers (bluegrass tinged ballads, etc.) there are a couple of exceptions where they use samples and "modern" recording techniques for a more modern rock sound. After listening to them a few times in the context of the whole album, they have grown on me. Satan Pulls the Strings is my least favorite track, though they perform it much better live. Yes it is a well produced album like the last few with Rubin as producer, but I like them too. And if you get a chance see them live! Their concerts are Bruce Springsteen level of greatness.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years

    5
    By JTrav000
    With these engaging lyrics, these guys seem to know more than you'd expect from young people. Tuneful songs that will be pleasantly stuck in your head.
  • Incredible!

    5
    By OnePcP
    I'm blown away! Lyrics that bring me to tears. Music I can't stop humming. The more I listen the better it gets!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Quesinberry12345
    Somehow they make every new style they try amazing. They're the only people I know who can do that.
  • Love True Sadness

    5
    By MessyLissa
    We subscribe to Apple Radio so I didn't meet to buy this album, but after seeing their Red Rocks show last night, we couldn't get the music out of our heads, so we bought it. Avett fans will love the new record - great tunes and better lyrics! They really establish themselves as great songwriters with each new record. Love it!

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