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Sunshine

Electric! Kill! Kill!

Custard

Released on November 16, 2004



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Formed in 1994 in the Czech Republic, Sunshine’s music is an amalgam of sounds rooted in the claustrophobic, chaotic no wave of bands such as Joy Division, the Cure, The Birthday Party, the Stooges and even the Velvet Underground. Sunshine creates a tense sound full of soaring melodies and churning guitars with a remarkable dramatic flair and, like contemporary Primal Scream, Sunshine performs with an intensity bordering on painful while retaining a dance-friendly element.

A favorite with artists such as The Faint (with whom they just toured Europe), At The Drive In (with whom they released a split 7”) and AFI, Sunshine was chosen by SPIN magazine, in their March, 2004 issue, as “one of the bands to watch in 2005.” With their forthcoming LP Moonshower and Razorblades, there is every reason to believe the hype. The band has compiled a collection of songs less abrasive, but no less heated as than on their previous releases. Moonshower and Razorblades shows a marked maturity and growth and is Sunshine’s most realized release to date.

This EP is a taste of what's to come.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Victim Is Another Name For Lover Voted #2  25%
2 Vampire's Dancehall  8%
3 Lower Than Low (Chris Corner Remix) Voted #3  17%
4 What You've Got (Casey Chaos Remix) Voted #1  33%
5 Thru Magnetic Fields  17%
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Luke from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Dec 10 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD crackles with energy, from the kinetic fury of 'Vampire's Dancehall', to the more traditional approach of 'Lower Than Low'. It's also a good release in that it manages to blend recognised electronic staples with lyrics so dense that they're practically post hardcore :-) This CD is also quite special for its genre as it sounds fab played quietly. For fans of New Order, VNV Nation and equally The Mars Volta and Sparta. I would have given it 5 stars, but for the fact that the lead singer's voice will probably grate on you initially (think At The Drive In married to Franz Ferdinand!)





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