An 80's Gem

(Rock) Permanent link

The 1980’s produced a plethora of really, terrible music and yet as much musical detritus as should rightly ring the rim of the dustbin of history, there were groups that were visionary and prescient and whose work continues to sound fresh, new and vital today. One such album that if you knew nothing of it, would never guess that it was released in 1987 is the third Love and Rockets’ long player Earth, Sun, Moon. This was not the sound of Milli Vanilli or Huey Lewis and the News. Forming out of the ashes of Post-Punk/Goth pioneers Bauhaus, Love and Rockets’ hard to categorize album flows effortlessly through 13 wonderful songs that range from noisy rockers to lyrical folk songs and everything in between. Of course, the haircuts haven't held up as well as the tunes.


Earth, Sun, Moon


Posted by Ryan Gage at 07/11/2013 03:52:58 PM | 

I so agree on the 80's music thing. I'm not even sure vanilli counted in the end
Posted by: mary ( Email ) at 9/1/2013 3:12 PM

Leave a comment
Name *
Email *