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Lunar One EP [VINYL] EP, Limited Edition, Maxi

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Product details

  • Vinyl (12 Jan. 2009)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP, Limited Edition, Maxi
  • Label: Lucky Number Music
  • ASIN: B000RIHC92
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 480,149 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Lunar One
  2. Burn the Fruit
  3. Atlas
  4. Andromedan Dream Of An Octaroon (Corker Conboy Mix)
  5. Constellation (Roger O'Donnell Mix)

Product description

Product Description

Seventeen Evergreen are singers, multi-instrumentalists, &
most importantly storytellers of imagination & super-reality. Together
Caleb Pate & Nephi Evans exude an organic electronic/rock hybrid, kite
flying amongst sonic sorcerers Boards Of Canada, MBV, early Pink Floyd and
the ubiquitous Pavement. As lead singer Caleb puts it, "We're interested in
expressing an Eno-esque nostalgia for the future, a message of escapist
optimism amidst technological and financial meltdown, and a disappointment
in humanity near and far."

Lead track, 'Lunar One' is a haunting adventure of constant cosmos
fascination, with our traveler leading a determined mission for
advancement, "I'm comin' up on you, there's not a thing that you can do..."
'Lunar One' explores the loneliness, as well as the heroism, of space
exploration & earthly escapism. New tracks 'Burn The Fruit' & 'Atlas'
further throw the spotlight on the range of their repertoire. The former
pits Steve Reich in an imaginary jam with Talking Heads whilst Hot Chip,
Giorgio Moroder and the aforementioned Eno fight, superhero gloves off,
over the mixing desk. You'll certainly feel a more delicate acoustic edge
from the latter, a psychedelic ballad set to a dreamscape while paying
tribute to a tired and weary Greek titan.

In addition the inclusion of remixes of album tracks offer up more
surprises. Corker Conboy add extra spine-tingle to album closer,
'Andromedan Dreams Of An Octaroon', with strings from Ninja signed Coldcut
collaborator John Mathias who wrote and played strings for Radiohead's
beyond-classic 'The Bends.' Corker Conboy themselves have scored success,
soundtracking director Antonia Bird's Emmy-nominated 9/11 docudrama, 'The
Hamburg Cell.' Finally, the man who made The Cure's keyboards extra-Gothic,
Roger O'Donnell, lends further outer-space to 'Constellation', with his
unique floating gossamer sounds!

Review

"Lunar One", the pastoral title track of their forthcoming EP,
could be Radiohead's "High And Dry" for the new millennium
-- The Independent, June 15, 2007

This five-track taster for the forthcoming Life Embarrasses Me On
Planet Earth album is about as perfect a small-scale project as will be
heard all year. 5/5 -- The Independent, June 29, 2007


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