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Lust Lust Lust

Lust Lust Lust

Artist: The Raveonettes

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Digital Album: $9.99
Lust Lust Lust
Lust Lust Lust

Artist: The Raveonettes
MP3
1. Aly, Walk With Me
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2. Hallucinations
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3. Lust
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4. Dead Sound
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5. Black Satin
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6. Blush
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7. Expelled From Love
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8. You Want the Candy
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9. Blitzed
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10. Sad Transmission
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11. With My Eyes Closed
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12. Beat Dies, The
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13. My Heartbeat's Dying
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14. Honey, I Never Had You
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15. Dead Sound (Pets On Prozac Remix) (Exclusive Bonus Track)
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: VICE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 02/19/2008
UPC: 883888000221

More Info:

This Danish duo has re-emerged with an album that perfectly distills the band's'60s noir-pop song craft and fuzz-guitar clamor into a sensuous voyage. Showcasing a broader palette and a newly cinematic sense of drama on Lust Lust Lust, the band retains the compelling combination of sexy pop songs and rock'n'roll urgency that have made them critics'darlings.

Reviews:

In case you're new to this dark retro duo, the name's pronounced like it sounds: rave-on-ettes. And that name conjures everything from '60s girl group the Ronettes to the unmistakable clatter of Jesus & Mary Chain. The Danish duo (axeman Sune Rose Wagner and co-conspirator bassist beauty Sharin Foo) have never met a haunting harmony (or effects pedal) they didn't like. Fun fact: This fourth album allegedly employs no live drums or bass.

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