|1||Banshee (Ghost Fame)||Lyrics/Info||4:02|
|3||White America's Beautiful Black Market||Lyrics/Info||3:40|
|5||That Fear Fever||Lyrics/Info||3:28|
|8||The Dope Beat||Lyrics/Info||4:26|
|9||The Priest And Used Cars||Lyrics/Info||3:46|
Self-produced with the help of longtime co-conspirator Kit Walters and mixed by pop guru Stephen George (Mary J Blige, Michael Jackson), The Blackest Beautiful features eleven politically, socially and personally conscious songs like “The Priest and Used Cars,” which refers the tragic costs of poisonous zeal, “Virgin Dirt,” about self-sabotaging relationships, and “27 Club,” a personal tale of living life selflessly or selfishly.
Like those that paved the path before them, Rage Against the Machine, Deftones, Mars Volta, At the Drive In, etc., letlive. transcend passing trends and scenes with a focus that is entirely devoted to their art and furthering their creativity through music. The Blackest Beautifulis their latest creation, which will undoubtedly be celebrated for years to come.
The very existence of letlive. is testament to the strength of combustible creativity and authenticity unencumbered by careerist aspirations. Able to straddle the line between ...