Label: 4AD - 4-26798 • Format: Cassette Album, Promo CrO2 • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Shoegaze
If you have never heard of Lush, they are a Britpop/alternative rock/shoegaze group, born out of the sound of My Bloody Valentine, The Jesus And Mary Chain, and Cocteau Twins. The single "For Love," lifted off of the album Spooky, is one of Lush's greatest songs/5(3).
The debut album of Lush. The cd was weird for it's time. And it still sounds weird and out of place now. But I'm not actually in any way demeaning the cd. That's actually one of the things I love about it. It's in many ways a timeless album. Think about how much music you can easily class which decade it came from. Or figure out what style it is/5(56).
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To me Lush is one of the most under-rated bands of the last twenty-five years; the album "Spooky" is as close to perfection as a rock album can get. Although their final album Lovelife was more pop oriented than their previous work, the group never released a bad album.
· Subscribe to 4AD here: Lush were Miki Berenyi, Emma Anderson, Chris Acland and Philip King. 'For Love' is taken from their albu.
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