Former Blink-182 guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge's band, Angels and Airwaves, presents an Indie exclusive edition of their second album, I-Empire. This edition will only be available at a few select retailers and features two additional tracks not found on the standard edition: live versions of"It Hurts"and"The Adventure."
Former Blink-182 guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge's band, Angels and Airwaves, presents an Indie exclusive edition of their second album, I-Empire. This edition will only be available at a few select retailers and features two additional tracks not found on the standard edition: live versions of"It Hurts"and"The Adventure."
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Format: CD
Label: GEF
Catalog: 1010102
Rel. Date: 11/06/2007
UPC: 602517485648

I-Empire
Artist: Angels & Airwaves
Format: CD
New: Available $13.95
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Former Blink-182 guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge's band, Angels and Airwaves, presents an Indie exclusive edition of their second album, I-Empire. This edition will only be available at a few select retailers and features two additional tracks not found on the standard edition: live versions of"It Hurts"and"The Adventure."

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''I-Empire'' (or ''I, Empire'') is the second studio album by alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves. It was officially released worldwide on November 6, 2007 from the Angels & Airwaves website, where it was available for download. Then it was released on CD on November 5 in the UK and Ireland and on November 6 in the USA and Canada. It is a concept album and is the continuation of the story told in ''We Don't Need to Whisper''. - Wikipedia

Everybody wants to rule the world, Tears for Fears once noted. That may not suffice for Angels & Airwaves' Tom DeLonge. The former Blink-182 guitarist is no stranger to hyperbole when it comes to interviews about his new band, going so far as to dub A&A a "rock and roll revolution." Well, for what it's worth, Angels' second go at rock salvation may strike a deeper chord. A glimpse of leadoff single "Everything's Magic" finds DeLonge offering his best Robert Smith impersonation.