Aamir al-Loki | Live Life Dun Die

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Live Life Dun Die

by Aamir al-Loki

Making sandwiches: hipster/goth/punk/rock/pop/industrial/religious/BAM; a smorgasbord of awesomesauce, sans umlauts.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. You Know All Of Me
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2. Don't
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3. f8 & Reboot
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4. God Was Here
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5. Confusion Letters
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6. I Have Vegetarians
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7. Live Life Dun Die
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8. Quadratic
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9. Reality Is
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10. Lily White Wrists
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11. Nobody Likes Me, Everybody Hates Me, Let's Move To Antarctica
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12. I Don't Write Songs About Suicide
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ah, the second album. After creating one that people said made them want to "dance around campfires" and "perform Satanic rituals", I realized that maybe the next album should be a little more low-key. (Don't worry, the one I'm planning for after Live Life Dun Die is just as loud as Kill Your Demons!) I dug out all my old notebooks and looked for inspiration. I talked to people I normally wouldn't talk to (and formed a few really odd but amazing friendships in the process!), and gathered up some new material, and, along the way, a new outlook on life. So many different elements went into the creation of this album, from friends' suggestions to well-received songs at shows to life in general and how I felt on the days I'd record. A lot has happened since November 2010. I think it shows in this album.

Live Life Dun Die is a fun, quirky compilation of "happy music". (Okay, so maybe a couple songs seem like they're not very uplifting. After a few spins you'll get used to them and they'll go on the happy playlist on your iPod, guaranteed.) I wanted to stop screaming my lyrics for a while and start singing them. I rather like the way this album turned out; it's such a contrast to the last one, but in a way it's not. They're both based on the same ideas: be a good person and try to love your life; love your Creator, whatever His name is to you, and treat His world well; be happy with what you have. The only difference is that in Kill Your Demons, there was a plot and characters to convey these messages; in Live Life Dun Die, I just say them. It's a very simple album.

Basically, expect this album to be a bit of everything. It's part Romans (from Kill Your Demons) and part I Feel Bad For the Zombies I Kill (from when I was little, look up The Kadnohkkian Tadpole) and entirely new. It's a journey to being a new person, and it's an awakening. It's a hipster/goth/punk/emo/soloist 90s throwback's creative explosion, and it needs love. Give it love; it'll be given back to you tenfold. ^_^

Peace,
Aamir >x)))>


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Jason

Wow!
Okay, I am not very good at writing reviews, but I felt this album deserved a bit of praise and love. <3 If you like music, any kind of music, then there is something in this album for you. I is a pervasive play between sorrow, hope and silliness that brings all together in way that is both cohesive and relevant to all that we face in today's world. The flow of this album is also quite wonderful. The songs are all different, but they fit together fluidly. I don't like to compare, but there was more than one occasion that I was reminded of the vocal styles of Grace Slick - and I mean that as a compliment. I highly recommend this album...to everyone!!!