Thursday, May 03, 2007

Lush - Ladykillers

Lush were one of the more consistent bands of the 90's, as they could always be relied upon to release solid material throughout their career. Many of their counterparts were just good for a period of time, then proceeded to release slop. This was never really the case with Lush, as evident with their catalogue of releases. From Scar all the way through, I've enjoyed every album they've put out. This EP, being an example of the familiar sound that created a cult following worldwide, and is an exceptional track. I saw Lush perform on the Lallapalooza tour, and fell in love with the goddesses in the band, how could you not? It's always a bonus to have great music and gorgeous women singing it! Hell, I'm a guy, what do you expect?

Track 1, Ladykillers

Track 2, Matador

Track 3, Ex

Track 4, Dear Me (Demo)

Grab the tracks here!

UK 4AD Records, 1996, BAD 6002 CD

Personal rating 4/5

1 comment:

Krasker said...

Awesome band. Saw them twice -- once with Ride at the Roxy on the Sunset Strip (LOUDEST CONCERT EVER!) and then a year later at their big free concert at Union Square in San Francisco. I'm proud to say I saw them first with Steve Rippon on bass, then Phil King! Long live Alternative Chicks and their queen, Emma Anderson!