Mercury Records
Release date
23 Jun 2011
Running length
11 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The City 4:13 61,958
2 House 3:31 39,582
3 Bermondsey Street 3:26 31,056
4 The Future 2:54 26,311
5 Armistice 3:29 25,794
6 William 0:51 24,507
7 Time Of My Life 4:21 41,233
8 The Days 4:54 24,051
9 Slow Motion 5:10 22,504
10 Together 4:40 40,203
11 The Falcons 3:35 22,571

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  • aneasthesia

    Well..the problem with this record is not genre related, it's rather the repetitiveness of the melody structures in some songs. Nevertheless it's quite enjoyable.

    28 Dec 2014 Reply
  • LuliusCaesar

    ¿¿¿Where are all my Lupercalia's scrobblings???!!!!

    5 Sep 2012 Reply
  • SofieVandepitte

    I can't agree with all the negative comments on this album. This is a quality album. Okay, it's poppy. Okay, Patrick's body of work isn't normally as pop as this album, but it is NOT poor. It's very possible you don't like this album or pop in general, but Lupercalia in amazing in its genre. Honestly, people, you can't dismiss that fact.

    28 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Zeldeiro

    Lupercalia is the poorest of all five album

    22 Jun 2012 Reply
  • PhoenixBloom

    Great album from Patrick, The City has a happy sound but it is sad underneath. <3

    13 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Mousette

    Patrick Wolf's album Wind in the Wires, I personally found very experimental and creative. I also really like The Magic Position, which to begin with is very poppy and happy and than mellows into pleasent experimentalness. I've still to get Bacholar, but it looks and sounds amazing!!! (at least to my taste). Lupercalia, I listen to a few tracks and I found the lyrics limp and unimaginative. I think he's gotten too mainstream.- Others my argue otherwise.

    11 Apr 2012 Reply
  • vest12

    fossero tutti così gli album delle svolte pop dei vari artisti!

    25 Feb 2012 Reply
  • karolcia_1993

    Yes, I hate people who complain about this being a 'happy' album. If you dig deeper you'll realise it's not a fully happy album.

    31 Jan 2012 Reply
  • blackcherrypie

    oh and to the people jammering about prefering melancholy, hel-looooo; slowmotion, the days?

    24 Jan 2012 Reply
  • blackcherrypie

    I don't get the whole "he has made a happy album, it sucks attitude". as if TMP wasn't happy. the only thing different are songs like the city and house, which took a while to grow on me too, but now I love them.mostly I start playing the second half of lupercalia, but the first couple of songs are excelllent for cycling to work") video the city I don't like, when I saw that, I also thought oh no, this is the end. come on people, listen to the falcons, now aint that just a fan-tas-tic song!

    24 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Biricharas

    i promise i will meet you at the end of the days

    24 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Dolores14

    I listen everyday

    10 Jan 2012 Reply
  • JaczTse

    I'm in love with this album. [3]

    8 Jan 2012 Reply
  • E-mirror

    I'm in love with this album. [2]

    31 Dec 2011 Reply
  • SofieVandepitte

    One million. ♥

    30 Dec 2011 Reply
  • GazGod

    I agree. Definitely my least favourite album of 2011.

    26 Dec 2011 Reply
  • princegarth

    Bad album...a VERY bad one!

    12 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Justysiaczek

    The lovliest thing in Patrick's music is that each album is sometimes suitable for different moods... I love the fact that his every single album is so different (together with each image connected to each album) that he could be split at least into 5 different artists, he has so much to give. But I prefer him in one piece of course and accept all music made by him <3 <33

    7 Dec 2011 Reply
  • karolcia_1993

    And the album isn't forgettable, at least not to me. It flows perfectly showing us a lot of positive, beautiful feelings, without being cheap and cheesy. It talks about love without being banal, as 99% of love songs seem to be. It shows the joy of living, puts a smile on the face and fills the heart of a listener with indescribable energy. It makes the sun inside you shine. Not many artist manage to do such things, really. That's why this record means very much to me, and as I know, a lot of other people too. Let Patrick take your soul. He knows what he's doing.

    2 Oct 2011 Reply
  • karolcia_1993

    Patrick has made a happy album, but for god's sake, that doesn't mean that this album is shitty. Sorry, but I personally will defend this record till my death. I can understand that someone can feel less connected with it than I feel etc, whatever, but saying that it is ' shitty ' is a big, big underestimate. Songs are not ' uninspired '. I feel it completely the other way round. They feel VERY inspired to me. Patrick sings about his feelings, his emotions, everything that comes from his heart. Isn't it the most important thing for an artist? You (fortunately) CAN'T stop Patrick from evolving and changing. And when he evolves and changes, his music does the same. I want sincere, genuine Patrick, not pretending Patrick who sings songs like Tristan or The Childcatcher whole his life only to keep his fans happy. The other thing: the lyrics aren't ' shitty '. They're more straightforward but it doesn't mean that they have no value. Bermondsey Street and The Days being obvious examples.

    2 Oct 2011 Reply
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