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Earth Sun Moon

Earth Sun Moon

25 Oct 1990
4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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By A Customer on 21 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
It must be nearly fifteen years since I bought this album on vinyl and it is still one I listen too regularly. Love and Rockets have a timeless longevity, refreshingly free from the trappings of genre. Something that probably cannot be said for the truly excellent band Bauhaus. Daniel Ash and the two Haskins brothers, Kevin and David J, stayed together as a band after the break up of Bauhaus (appearing all to briefly as Tones on Tail along the way).
Each of their albums, though not all equal, are worth a listen and will stand up to repeated playing again and again. Earth Sun Moon, their third album is one of their finest. It's a little bit psychedelic, a little bit jazzy, a little bit Goth, a little bit harsh, a little bit mellow, all blended together into a handful of really excellent tracks from one of the most underrated bands of the eighties and nineties.
They will be greatly missed. RIP
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Bauhaus...hmmm, We tend to look back on them with a much greater fondness than we had of them at the time, they were unique, but only occasionally brilliant. So from the ashes arise Love and Rockets (Peter Murphy goes on to produce some very good solo albums- but of the other three members??) This is the third album from Mr.Ash and the Haskin brothers and it see's them at their best. The first two albums were a much more accessable pop/goth version of Bauhaus containing some great songs such as "Ball of Confusion","Kundalini Express" and of course "Ying and Yang the Flowerpot Men", This album is a much more complete and rounded affair, there is not a bad track on it and it sounds great, the production is excellant and the song writing shows the boys at their most productive. Its fun but serious also and it's a shame that the relative success of this album in the states promted them to concentrate on the american market and go on to produce some good but slightly bland albums since, losing the essential Englishnesh that we like in our music.This is definateley L&R at their peak, buy it and then explore the rest of their stuff. Long live the Bubblemen!!
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Enjoyable dark alternative rock. Not quite as brilliant as Sisters of Mercy, The Cult, The Mission and the other gothrock legends, but enjoyable album in the same vein.
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high quality record
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