From Butterfly Revolutions through Victoria Moon there’d be a big temptation to put the spotlight on The Luck of Eden Hall’s psych-pop flourishes that coat a power-pop and chewy rock center. That’s two obvious side. Greatest Hits Vol. 1″ is a pretty loose collection for a pretty tight band that puts some not so obvious choices next to each other, playing up strengths and, depending on your perspective, pointing out some that may have been overlooked. Hanging onto last year’s Victoria Moon while reaching back to Belladonna Marmalade, you get 20 years worth of retrospective. With the added bonus of something other than your go-to picks. From Butterfly Revolutions through Victoria Moon there’d be a big temptation to put the spotlight on The Luck of Eden Hall’s psych-pop flourishes that coat a power-pop and.
Butterfly Revolutions Vol. 1. A1. Chrysalide. A2. This Weather's Better For Velvet Clothes.
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Altri album di The Luck of Eden Hall. The Happine$$ Vending Machine - Single. The Happine$$ Vending Machine. Butterfly Revolutions, Vol. When the Clock Starts to Wake Up We Go to Sleep. Belladonna Marmalade.
Butterfly Revolutions, Vol. More The Luck Of Eden Hall. Listen to Butterfly Revolutions, Vol. 2 now. 2 in full in the this site app. 1 - All Her Seasick Parties, This Weather's Better For Velvet Clothes, Queen Anne's Lace and 11 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: The Luck of Eden Hall. Count: 11. Views: 10. 1 tracks. All Her Seasick Parties.
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On April 18th, 2009 a band by the name of The Luck Of Eden Hall was taking to Vintage Vinyl, a record store in Evanston, IL, to play a show in support of their new album When The Clock Starts to Wake Up We Go to Sleep. As it so happened, one of the attendees at this show was a long time friend of the band who wanted to stop by and see how they had changed in the 10+ years it had been since he had last seen them. That friend was none other than Billy Corgan. When asked how that came to be Curvey said I think the club asked us all to do that acoustic set together. Smashing Pumpkins and The Luck of Eden Hall were on the same label then. and continued on to say, I cant recall exactly when, but lets say pre-Gish era.
CreditsThe Luck of Eden Hall - Primary Artist
|1||Chrysalide||The Luck of Eden Hall||2:51|
|2||This Weather's Better for Velvet Clothes||The Luck of Eden Hall||3:22|
|3||Medicine Queen||The Luck of Eden Hall||2:44|
|4||Jupiter||The Luck of Eden Hall||3:42|
|5||Velvet and Corduroy||The Luck of Eden Hall||4:16|
|6||Shampoo||The Luck of Eden Hall||2:11|
|7||All Her Seasick Parties||The Luck of Eden Hall||2:57|
|8||Silly Girl||The Luck of Eden Hall||3:08|
|9||Pretty Little Things||The Luck of Eden Hall||1:56|
|10||She Falls Down||The Luck of Eden Hall||2:27|
|11||Blue Vinyl||The Luck of Eden Hall||3:29|
|12||Queen Anne's Lace||The Luck of Eden Hall||4:02|