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A Beautiful Lie Enhanced
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This is the follow up their self titled debut. Features the songs 'A Beautiful Lie', 'From Yesterday' and many more. Virgin. 2005.
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When I was first exposed to 30S2M I was completely unaware of who they were or what they were about. I was simply lucky enough to hear a track ('Echelon' form their debut album) during the closing credits of the Hilary Swank, Armegeddon-rip-off film called 'The Core'. Thanks to movie credits and the Internet I was able to find out the name of the band and find out just who in the hell they were.I find it strange and a little ironic that front man Jared Leto would first gain public noteriety in 1994 because of a television role, playing Jordan Catalano on ABC's short lived dramatic series 'My So-Called Life'...a role in which his character was most well known for being a member in a band.
I, like millions of other teens in the mid-90's, was a hardcore MSCL fan. It makes me feel thankful that my first intense interest in 30S2M came about the way it did, simply because it was unbiased and based on the music, rather than simply based on Letos fame.
This brings me to the album at hand, 'A Beautiful Lie'.
30S2M' debut album was written entirely by Jared Leto, as were all the recorded instrumentals (percussion was performed by the initial 2nd half of the band, his brother Shannon Leto). At the time of its initial release, there was a growing buzz within the media concerning the album.Read more ›
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For all those who love 30 Seconds to Mars will love this album.Published 11 months ago by Blair M. Kejick
This is a great CD... a throw back to the days when you actually liked all of the songs on a CD, not just the few they release as singles. Read morePublished on Oct. 12 2005