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Much like metallica did with saint anger, afi tried to be something they are not, and make music for the radio.
As consistently inconsistent as their musical style is, AFI continues to make music that is bursting with energy, excellent lyrics and fantastic vocals.
I bought this cd and while listening to it for the first time I found myself falling in love with AFI all over again.
While I wasn't a fan of Medicate the first handful of times I heard it on the radio, I still bought the album and I actually like it a lot overall. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert Riester-Mainz
This album sounds like it was made to be like pop and played on the radio 24/7 .... I really wanted to like this albumPublished 8 months ago by Hignuff
I've been a fan of AFI for about 10 years now. I've loved most of their CDs, and to follow suit, I also love this one. My favorite will always be Sing the Sorrow, though!Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I used to LOVE afi and idk why I even stopped listening to them. but I started listening to them again and all I did was listen to the samples of these songs and I love it.Published 11 months ago by ErynS
This album is upbeat and poppy sounding, but true to AFI. The lyrics speak of heartache, sorrow, and lost love. I enjoyed this album very much.Published 11 months ago by Vanessa Warner
Solid album. Tight tracking. Strong vocals. Most impressive work of AFI's long career. There are at least 8 killer tracks on here.Published 11 months ago by Brian Lacharite
I don't remember what I expected when I first picked this CD up, so I'm not sure how any expectations I might have had could have influenced how I ended up feeling about the music. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sheyshey
I have been a fan of AFI for a long time. I love the direction they went with this album. Bands mature, sounds change, and Crash Love does that perfectly. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Matthew Kumm
I would like a little more variety. And does vocalist have to speak on every song? I guess he does.Published 17 months ago by Elwood Blues