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8 thoughts on “ Walk Around - Volcano Suns - All-Night Lotus Party (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Shakataxe
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of All-Night Lotus Party on Discogs/5(33).
  2. Kagazuru
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Volcano Suns - All-Night Lotus Party at Discogs. Complete your Volcano Suns collection.4/5(40).
  3. Zujar
    23 rows · Jan 27,  · Originally released in , the Volcano Suns' sophomore effort, All-Night .
  4. Kidal
    All Night Lotus Party, an Album by Volcano Suns. Released in on Homestead (catalog no. HMS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Hardcore, Post-Punk/5(3).
  5. Kezilkree
    All Night Lotus Party kicks off with "White Elephant," probably the closest this band ever got to a radio-friendly single. This band managed to kick up an enormous amount of a ruckus for just three guys, and they were never noiser than on this album "Blown Stack" and "Ride The Cog" are just two examples/5(4).
  6. JoJozahn
    Volcano Suns followed their best album, The Bright Orange Years, with a set that is decidedly less melodic and more rambunctious -- less sing-along hyper-folk and more, well, noisy (but still fun).The slight change could be attributed to the increased participation of Jon Williams and Jeff Weigand in the songwriting; half the album features full involvement of the whole trio, while Peter Price: $
  7. Shakajas
    Apr 11,  · Volcano Suns' "All-Night Lotus Party": Music Review The second LP, reissued with lots of bonus tracks, remastered by cohort Bob Weston, sounds great. The songs, less tightly wound than drummer Peter Prescott's Mission of Burma, amble and wander. This shambolic quality detracts from the intensity of MoB, but it may be more accessible for today's.
  8. Gum
    Post-Suns and reunion. The band split up in In , Prescott went on to form Kustomized. Prescott reformed Volcano Suns in with Weston and Kleiler for some reunion shows. The band's first two albums were reissued by Merge Records in , .