Accordeonorkest REL - Lunapark album flac
- Album: Lunapark
- FLAC: 1593 mb | MP3: 1265 mb
- Released: 2011
- Rating: 4.1/5
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Accordeonorkest REL
- Copyright (c) – Accordeonorkest REL
- Recorded At – De Bidler
- Arranged By – Elisabeth Strieder-Szech (tracks: 3 to 12), Tim Fletcher (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Composed By – Anke Brouwer (tracks: 18), Dmitry Kabalevsky (tracks: 3 to 12), Jean Cras (tracks: 1 to 2), Wolfgang Ruß-Plötz (tracks: 13 to 17)
- Design – Sanne Pothuizen
- Illustration – Tim Fletcher
- Recorded By – Boy Griffioen
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- Rights Society: Stemra
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Lunapark was the debut album by indie rock band Luna. It was released in 1992 on Elektra Records. As the first musical outing of Dean Wareham since the disbanding of Galaxie 500, Lunapark set forth the new musical directions of Wareham and embraced a musical sound that would continue to evolve throughout Luna's tenure.
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The album spawned two college radio hits, the deliciously depressive "Slide" (with its memorable opening line "You can never give the finger to the blind") and the jittery, propulsive "Slash Your Tires," but nearly all of the 12 songs have memorable guitar hooks, stick-in-your-head choruses, and a newfound sense of humor in Wareham's deadpan lyrics. Lesser-known gems include the surprisingly poppy "I Can't Wait" and the Television-like tension of the closing "We're Both Confused.