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Luna  - Lunafied FLAC album

Tracklist

1 Bonnie & Clyde (Clyde Barrow Version) 5:32
2 Indian Summer 5:47
3 Ride Into The Sun 5:46
4 That's What You Always Say 3:51
5 In The Flesh 3:31
6 Dream Baby Dream 5:56
7 Seasons Of The Witch 5:20
8 Thank You For Sending Me An Angel 2:06
9 No Regrets 3:44
10 Outdoor Miner 2:48
11 Happy New Year 3:39
12 Everybody's Talking 2:56
13 Fly Into The Mystery 3:53
14 La Poupee Qui Fait Non 2:53
15 Bonnie & Clyde (Bonnie Parker Version) 6:19

Notes

This is a Promo release by Rhino Records. No rear notes, front cover is a one page tracked insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6--034-9-719-3-8-6-8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ROGV-040 Luna Lunafied ‎(2xLP, Comp, Num, Whi) Run Out Groove ROGV-040 US 2018


Luna  - Lunafied FLAC album

Musician performer: Luna

Title: Lunafied

Country: US

Date of release: 2006

Style: Indie Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1183 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 965

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Dalallador
HA! I got tired of people asking me to sell this disc, so I simply put a huge price on it. It's not worth the $700 the person selling it is asking, they were just mirroring my price and didn't get the joke. To that end I sort of felt embarrassed and removed mine from the selling page.
Dalallador
HA! I got tired of people asking me to sell this disc, so I simply put a huge price on it. It's not worth the $700 the person selling it is asking, they were just mirroring my price and didn't get the joke. To that end I sort of felt embarrassed and removed mine from the selling page.
Vispel
[Lunafied was released as a Download only ... making this hard-copy from Rhino one of the few that exist, though I've never heard of another. Even Dean & Britta did not realize that a hard-copy existed.]The biggest non-issue with Dean Wareham is the amount of music he can make, while actually playing so few notes. Dean has always been a fan of covers, going back to his earliest days with Galaxie 500 ... he’s responsible for covering the likes of The Velvet Underground, The Modern Lovers, New Order, Yoko Ono, The Doors, and most surprisingly with his rendition of Bobby Darin’s “Distractions Part 1,” which knocked me out.Covers by most bands smack of insecurity and inability, yet not when it comes to Luna. Luna have a way of tapping into the essence of these numbers, relaying a sense of nostalgia, yet allowing the songs to sound not only new, but sonically sculpting them to sound as if Luna alone was responsible for bringing them to light, floating hypnotic imagery to the surface through expansive guitar layerings, effects, feedback, and plaintive vocals.I can’t count the times I’ve heard a song and thought, “Oh man, if only they’d done this, they’d stretched this part out, or emphasized that part.” Dean is first and foremost a fan of the music, and I’m sure that in his head he’s thought the same things as I, only he had the ability and talent to make it happen. With Dean’s delivery, the songs sound real and from the heart, almost like these covers were the originals ... while other artists pick them up these same songs and polish them ‘til there were no edges to hold onto. There are a couple of tracks that were left off of this Rhino Promo release, and for me they are certainly missed. One is the cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N' Roses, another is “Neon Lights,” originally recorded by Kraftwerk and of course their brilliant take on Bobby Darin's "Distractions Pt.1" ... other than that this is a brilliantly strong collection of music, prompting me to always wonder why Luna seems to have been so over looked.
Vispel
[Lunafied was released as a Download only ... making this hard-copy from Rhino one of the few that exist, though I've never heard of another. Even Dean & Britta did not realize that a hard-copy existed.]The biggest non-issue with Dean Wareham is the amount of music he can make, while actually playing so few notes. Dean has always been a fan of covers, going back to his earliest days with Galaxie 500 ... he’s responsible for covering the likes of The Velvet Underground, The Modern Lovers, New Order, Yoko Ono, The Doors, and most surprisingly with his rendition of Bobby Darin’s “Distractions Part 1,” which knocked me out.Covers by most bands smack of insecurity and inability, yet not when it comes to Luna. Luna have a way of tapping into the essence of these numbers, relaying a sense of nostalgia, yet allowing the songs to sound not only new, but sonically sculpting them to sound as if Luna alone was responsible for bringing them to light, floating hypnotic imagery to the surface through expansive guitar layerings, effects, feedback, and plaintive vocals.I can’t count the times I’ve heard a song and thought, “Oh man, if only they’d done this, they’d stretched this part out, or emphasized that part.” Dean is first and foremost a fan of the music, and I’m sure that in his head he’s thought the same things as I, only he had the ability and talent to make it happen. With Dean’s delivery, the songs sound real and from the heart, almost like these covers were the originals ... while other artists pick them up these same songs and polish them ‘til there were no edges to hold onto. There are a couple of tracks that were left off of this Rhino Promo release, and for me they are certainly missed. One is the cover of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N' Roses, another is “Neon Lights,” originally recorded by Kraftwerk and of course their brilliant take on Bobby Darin's "Distractions Pt.1" ... other than that this is a brilliantly strong collection of music, prompting me to always wonder why Luna seems to have been so over looked.