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Nights At The Roundtable - Luna - 1992

Nights at the Roundtable with Luna and their debut album from 1992, Lunapark.

<strong>When even Rolling Stone says you're the best band nobody's heard of, you have to wonder.</strong>


An early 90's bafflement. Luna was an indie/Dream Pop/Alternative band from New York, founded by guitarist Dean Wareham. At the time this album was released, their debut album Lunapark for Elektra, they were a three piece. But months later they became a four piece (hence the discrepancy in the photo above). Nonetheless, they were loudly hailed by Rolling Stone as "the best band you've never heard of", and I'm not sure if that helped or hurt sales. But the album came and went in a flash, leaving behind some very good, solid tracks and an auspicious debut album by a band that went on to a lot of critical acclaim.

So tonight it's We're Both Confused off that debut album just to let you know what you may have missed the first time around.

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