Saturday, January 4, 2014

CD Review: The Luck Of Eden Hall Give Us Their Unique Brand Of Music With "Victoria Moon"

From Chicago comes the return of The Luck Of Eden Hall with a brand new album entitled "Victoria Moon." The new album is packed with fresh new psychedelic, mind-bending sounds that The Luck Of Eden Hall have been working to perfect for the last 25 years.

The new album kicks off with the sixties pop style of "Sassafras Overcoat" as they begin their journey. The crazy mix of keyboards and Nirvana-grunge guitar on "Queen Of The Stars" gives the band's music a more edgier rock sound, before turning around for the floating music notes of "Victoria Moon." The effects-filled "Zap" is two-and-a-half-minutes of nostalgic pop with more aggressive instrument experimentation. The slow moving "Blood On My Feet" shows the delicate progress to their songwriting, before closing with the mind-bending rocker "The Horrible Pill Book."

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