In Love is the debut album by British Indie rock band Peace, released on 25 March 2013. The album was produced by Jim Abbiss. NME gave In Love a 9 out of 10, with writer Eve Barlow claiming that the band are "as rejuvenating as a wash of zesty orange juice over a crushing hangover".
The Brummie dreamers have borrowed their favourite parts from music’s past to create a headrush of love and romance. The narrow-minded reckon their experience of history can’t be surpassed; that there’s no point in drawing inspiration from the past because it was better IN THEIR DAY. They murder people’s vibes because they’re buzzkillers. This is an album on which juvenile innocence gives way to new experiences – a rush of hormones here (‘Lovesick’), someone else’s saliva there (‘Delicious’). You can taste the bright vitality of wild adventure.
Peace, In Love (Columbia) ( ). With any luck, 2013 will be the year that Peace breaks out all over. The Birmingham quartet's debut album bears out the promise of their early singles and Delicious EP, from which derives the album closer, California Daze, though sadly they've chosen not to include the EP's cover of the trance classic 1998. Perhaps they were wary of confusing listeners too much, In Love being virtually impossible to pigeonhole as it is. Peace's core values are indie guitar rock, but with myriad disparate influences. Koisser's an intriguing songwriter, bringing an innovative eye to the age- old business of love through quirky images like her hair it bleeds and bleeds for you and she's such a wraith, a lady of the sword – the latter illuminating Wraith, a slick confection of propulsive guitar and keening harmonies. But meaning isn't just confined to the words of Toxic.
All we are saying is give peace a chance.
Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. Love & Peace Girls' Generation. Listen on Apple Music.
Oh,Love&Peace! is μ's second song for their fifth single as well as an insert song in Love Live! School idol project Season 2 Episode 13. It was released on September 5, 2012. It is also included in μ's Best Album Best Live! Collection, and Love Live! School idol project Season 2's original soundtrack Notes of School idol days ~Glory~. The song is written by Hata Aki, composed and arranged by Kurosu Katsuhiko.
This album was released as a double-LP, which was composed of some live material recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East and some studio recordings. In "Love, Peace and Happiness", the phrase "That's one small step for a man, a giant leap for mankind" is paraphrased as, "It's a small step for man, but it's a giant leap for all mankind".
LOVE&PEACE is the third Japanese studio album (seventh overall) by Girls' Generation. The album was released for digital download on December 10, 2013 in selected countries in Asia by Nayutawave Records (Universal Music Group), followed by a physical release in Japan the next day. This is a final Japanese studio album featuring member Jessica. Love&peace q&a. More Girls' Generation albums.