You're Awful, I Love You

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You're Awful, I Love You
Studio album by Ludo
Released United States February 26, 2008
Recorded Sound City and Studio Delux in Van Nuys, CA and Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis, MO
Genre Pop rock
Length 48:31
Label Island/Redbird Records
Producer Matt Wallace
Ludo chronology
Broken Bride
(2005)
You're Awful, I Love You
(2008)
Prepare the Preparations
(2010)
Singles from You're Awful, I Love You
  1. "Drunken Lament (Digital Only)"
    Released:
  2. "Love Me Dead"
    Released:
  3. "Go-Getter Greg"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]
Alternative Press 3/5 stars[citation needed]
IGN 7.5/10 stars [2]
People 2.5/4 stars [3]

You're Awful, I Love You is the third album by St. Louis pop punk band Ludo and the band's first to be released by Island Records. The title comes from a lyric in their single, "Love Me Dead." The song "Love Me Dead" was featured in a summer 2008 promo for the television series House.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Andrew Volpe (except "Topeka" and "The Boat Song", which were written by Tim Ferrell). 

You're Awful, I Love You
No. Title Length
1. "Love Me Dead"   4:20
2. "Drunken Lament"   3:09
3. "Please"   3:18
4. "Topeka"   3:04
5. "Lake Pontchartrain"   3:36
6. "Such As It Ends"   3:25
7. "Mutiny Below"   3:40
8. "Streetlights"   4:18
9. "Go-Getter Greg"   3:12
10. "The Horror of Our Love"   4:28
11. "Scream, Scream, Scream"   3:52
12. "In Space"   3:57
13. "The Boat Song (Hidden Track)"   2:52
Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
1. "Safe In The Dark"   4:12
2. "Japan It!"   3:22
  • The album also contains a hidden track in the pregap of the album entitled "Goodbye Bear".

Members[edit]

Band

  • Andrew Volpe - Vocals, Guitar
  • Tim Ferrell - Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Tim Convy - Moog, Backing Vocals
  • Marshall Fanciullo - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Matt Palermo - Drums, Backing Vocals

Additional Musicians

  • Matt Bowen - Violin on "Streetlights"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. You're Awful, I Love You at AllMusic
  2. ^ IGN review
  3. ^ People review
  4. ^ "Check Out Ludo's "Love Me Dead" in the Season 5 Teaser of FOX's "House"". Universal Music Group. 2008-07-21. Retrieved 2008-11-21. 

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