Superblast! - Lush - Spooky (CD, Album)

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  1. Nashura
    ‘Superblast’ – as its title implies – is the heaviest song on ‘Spooky’, yet the almost blinding speed of the playing does not detract from the beauty of Miki Berenyi’s voice or the way the band varies its simple melodies enough to keep the listener guessing: when Lush play for a minute without Berenyi’s guitar it sounds chilling/5(35).
  2. Akinom
    Between “Nothing Natural,” “Fantasy,” and “Ocean,” Lush’s album Spooky boasts some of the band’s most hypnotic rhythms, but for the most part it shows them moving beyond the mist of their early years. “For Love” and “Tiny Smiles” are two of the band’s simplest and most direct pop songs, while “Superblast!” and “Laura” outline a new fizzy style of punk.
  3. Vudoshura
    Jul 19,  · My appreciation of Spooky and Lush revived my interest in music generally, and this process continues unabated to this day, half way through my 66th year, and still building a year collection beyond 10, Thank you, Lush and Robin Guthrie for showing me the way back to something which I thought, in the 80s, was all but over for me/5(56).
  4. Zukus
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Spooky on Discogs/5(10).
  5. Todal
    For Lush's first proper full-length, the band opted to work again with Robin bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co generally delightful, Spooky suffers from being bottlenecked into a dream-drift haze that isn't as convincing as the ones concocted by the likes of My Bloody Valentine and A.R. bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co paper the Guthrie/Lush collaboration seems like a match made in heaven; however, this lacks a punch and balance that.
  6. Jukinos
    Song information for Superblast - Lush on AllMusic. Song information for Superblast - Lush on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Lush. Spooky. 4AD / Reprise: Various Artists. Follow Our Trax, Vol. 8: Another Disc, Another Planet.
  7. Tezil
    Preceded by the Black Spring EP issued in October , Lush's first full-length album of completely new material, Spooky, was released in January Again produced by Guthrie, Spooky featured a sound very similar to Guthrie's band Cocteau Twins, with walls of sound and a great deal of guitar effects.
  8. Kilabar
    Aug 16,  · From the Lush album Superblast! The song is by Emma Anderson. From the Lush album Superblast! The song is by Emma Anderson.

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