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Throwing Muses' longtime drummer David Narcizo helms Lakuna, whose 1999 debut Castle Of Crime blends found sounds, programmed and live drums, samples of vintage music and spoken word albums and electronic textures. Despite being radically different from his other band, Lakuna includes contributions old friends and former bandmates like Tom Gorman, Bernard Georges and Kristin Hersh as well as new collaborators Misi Bennett and Frank Gardner. An innocent, somewhat remote feel pervades the album's 8 tracks, from the world music-tinged "Lemongrass" to the dreamy "The Very Next Day; " even darker tracks like "On The Floor" are more moody and atmospheric than menacing.
Is Castle Of Crime the best album by Lakuna? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Castle Of Crime by Lakuna (1999) Overall rank: 52,195th. Accolades: Top albums of 1999 (1,110th). Top albums of the 1990s (9,362nd). Best albums of all time (52,195th).
Listen free to Lakuna – Castle Of Crime (Lemongrass, Vega and more). Longtime Throwing Muses drummer David Narcizo helms Lakuna, whose debut "Castle Of Crime" blends found sounds, programmed and live drums, samples of vintage music and spoken word albums and electronic textures.
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