Thunder Road Bruce Springsteen
There is nothing surprising in the fact that his first solo album, Tom Delong, after retiring from Blink 182 was a great nyloy failure (despite good sales). Tom can be accused of lying and this charge will not unfounded, though the fact that frontman described his new group as "the best band on the planet." Obviously, it was rather a reflection of personal enthusiasm Delong, rather than score Angels and Airwaves. At least, it raised a very delicate Q: What the hell do you listen to music, Tom? Despite the setback wdntw, DeLong returned to I-Empire. Such a lofty title may cause choking, even Lyutsefera and of course, raises hopes for a good album. Maybe Tom just a fan of i-culture, which is now in vogue, leaving its i-traces from the phone and ending with a teddy bear. As evidence that the album is what he wants to be a little (except for a few frightening text Secret Crowds), better pay attention to the music. I-Empire is actually listening.
Not just music, and good music. Yes, I-Empire finally did fulfill promises Delong and is formed by a mature album, a collection of sweeping, grandiose melodies on the problems of growing up, life and communication, majestically towering over these topics. You could even say that I-Empire to the world of pop-punk, too, that Thunder Road Bruce Springsteen'a was for rock'n'roll. Affect whether or not I-Empire on the world, or at least his plots, Tom DeLong and his new group has invested in its new creation a more confident sound that surpasses in scope and execution of fast, pretty songs of Blink 182.