Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones mp3 Album by Black Veil Brides

Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Onesby Black Veil Brides

  • 19 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 51:13


2.I Am Bulletproof3:34
3.New Year's Day3:25
4.F.E.A.R. Transmission 1: Stay Close0:35
5.Wretched and Divine3:38
6.We Don't Belong3:36
7.F.E.A.R. Transmission 2: Trust0:21
8.Devil's Choir2:57
9.Resurrect the Sun4:35
11.Shadows Die5:25
13.Days Are Numbered3:41
14.Done for You2:33
15.Nobody's Hero3:36
16.Lost It All5:20
17.F.E.A.R. Transmission 3: As War Fades0:58
18.In the End3:48
19.F.E.A.R. Final Transmission0:54
Ammmazing album its by a very great band. I really liked how they transitioned the songs in with the "transmissions" my absolute favorite was how they mixed in "in the end" with the final transmission this is absolutely worth buying! im not just saying this because im a fan (part of the army) but because most of my friends who think this type of music is "scary" or "odd" like rhis album! I also love how they bring in jinxx with the violin into the album. it shows that they can be awesome and classy at the same time I don't know if anyone realized resurrect the sun fits in with overture (the violin song) my favorite song on this whole album would have to be resurrect the sun this is an awesome album! A little bit about the band; Andy Biersack: lead vocals Ashley (ash) Purdy: Bass and backup vocals Jake Pitts: guitar Jinxx: guitar CC (Christian Coma): Drums
This album is amazing. Each of Black Veil Brides' albums have been incredible, but this may just be their best. The overall concept is very neat, and they general story-line is fun. The songs seem to grow more and more complex without being overwhelming. The album starts off with high energy in 'I Am Bulletproof', and continues to build in excitement. As you reach the "First Transmission", you start to get very interested in the story being told. William Control's voice is perfect, and it blends well with the overall tone of the background music. The first half of the album is very high energy, and then you reach the track 'Overture'. This is a combination of parts within each of the songs previously heard, but in the form of an orchestra. You are then launched into two more heavy-hitting songs, separated by a spoken word track, which is voiced by Andy (the vocalist of the band). You then find yourself in a lull with the song 'Done for You', a somber love ballad. The album finishes out with more high energy songs and two more "transmissions", which bring the story to a close. The whole album feels more like a musical than just an album. It shows the complexity and deep-thinking of the band, and sets a new level in concept albums.