A Deeper Understanding - The War on Drugs

A Deeper Understanding

The War on Drugs

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2017-08-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2017 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. f


Title Artist Time
Up All Night The War on Drugs 6:23 USD 1.29
Pain The War on Drugs 5:30 USD 1.29
Holding On The War on Drugs 5:50 USD 1.29
Strangest Thing The War on Drugs 6:41 USD 1.29
Knocked Down The War on Drugs 3:59 USD 1.29
Nothing To Find The War on Drugs 6:10 USD 1.29
Thinking of a Place The War on Drugs 11:10 USD Album Only
In Chains The War on Drugs 7:20 USD 1.29
Clean Living The War on Drugs 6:28 USD 1.29
You Don't Have To Go The War on Drugs 6:42 USD 1.29


  • Wow. The 90s meets 2019

    By Daveth1218
    Part 90s frustrated artists. Part singer-songwriter genius. Adam is a poet for 21st century angst. He even sounds like Jude Cole at times. V=But the depth of the band, with trmello guitars ringing in reverb, and some pretty creative overdubbing, this band has legs. I can't wait to see them live at a live venue in a progrerssivce market like Ausitin, or Portland, or Grand Rapids, MI. Their following - regardless of whether they cut a chart-topper or not - should keep them in-demand and in the black for some time to come.
  • Oh Really!

    By Psychlops' Raincloud
    sounds like Bryan Adams fronting Fleetwood Mac
  • Cmon

    By Jsgoldfish2
    Good songs but why make the one song I really want album only. Hate that corporate nonsense...
  • Big fan got bigger

    By sts7
    Favorite album this so far this year. They’re unique, every is worth a listen. The album ties together well, the lyrics with the laid back music is beautiful. Well done!
  • Awesome!!

    By # the beast
    This is one of the best albums I have heard in a long time! I am always late on music, bought this a couple of months ago and listen to it about everyday.
  • Good sound

    By CJ88WT
    I liked the music behind the songs, but there were significant portions of the first couple songs that I could not understand because it blended behind the music and the vocals were too distorted for me. I stopped trying after getting only partway through each of the first 3 songs. I'm sure the lyrics are good, but the way they let the sound overpower the lyrics does not fit what I am looking for. Just personal preference. I gave it a 3 because I did not hate it, but I did not love what I listened to either.
  • Great album

    By All about the 90s
    From beginning to end this album is a masterpiece!
  • The trouble with new sounds

    By hat palace
    The trouble I have with the twists and turns of the new sound of new rock/pop music is that my ears do not seem to generally enjoy what they are hearing. This pigeon holes me to my old vinyl and makes me feel even older as 50 approaches. I have enjoyed these last two albums more than I can say. The songs offer an overall fired up-work load style array of sounds that help power me thru early mornings and sometimes late nights at the table. The futuristic/throwback/dylanesque dichotomous sounds are confusing and extremely pleasant to my ears. Good work boys....keep em rolling out.
  • Musical geniuses

    By breedlove7
    This album is awesome, check out the samples.
  • I’m proud of these guys.

    By John Stropparo
    Slave ambient was the album that brought me to these guys a few years ago. I’ve been lost in the dream ever since. The nod from the Grammy’s is icing on the cake. Great sound , great album and they really take their time and let the music breathe. In an age of 3 minute song clips designed for quick consumption, these guys present potential for a journey with each song. Buy the album. It’s all good. You won’t be disappointed. Thanks Adam!!!!!

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