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|2.||"Stars Are The Light" (4:25)|
|3.||"Fall (In Your Love)" (4:08)|
|4.||"The World & The Sun" (4:50)|
|1.||"Lost Heads" (6:21)|
|2.||"Eternal Shore" (5:34)|
|3.||"Eye 2 Eye" (4:18)|
|4.||"Fever Night" (5:14)|
When you call your band Moon Duo nobody is expecting clean lines or indeed rough edges. Meeting every one of our expectations, "Stars Are The Light" is a cosmic trip into some psychedelic hinterland where the melodies are as warm as the guitars are crooning. It's a place that's audibly inviting and, while anything but homely in the suburban 2.4 kids kind of way, more welcoming than the warm embrace of a lover. Which makes sense, when you consider it's the product of Wooden Shjips Ripley Johnson and his wife, Sanae Yamada. The title track pretty much sounds like falling in love, "Eternal Shore" dances to the otherworldly rhythms of 1960s opiate seduction, and 'The World And The Sun" grows and grooves to the very centre of your soul. Put simply, it's a pretty compelling argument for the fact that psychedelic rock still has plenty to bring to the table.
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