Lunascape lands 'Innerside' albumPosted on 16/04/08
While the Lunascape track "Surrender" is getting more and more recognition thanks to being the title score for the extremely popular police series "Flikken" in Belgium and the Netherlands, Dancing Ferret now releases Lunascape's newest album, "Innerside" which also features the song. Lunascape is a Belgian trip hop band founded in the mid-1990s by former Hooverphonic vocalist Kyoko Baertsoen and Walter Hilhorst. The group was initially formed under the name Calyx, but changed it to avoid confusion with a London drum and bass group by the same name.
Their first two albums, "Reflecting Seyelence" and "Mindstalking", were released only in Europe, but in 2005, their first North American release, "Reminiscence", from Dancing Ferret Discs's Noir label, combined tracks from both the previous albums. Tracks from "Reflecting Seyelence" were used in the IMAX 3D movie Haunted Castle.
And most will know - at least we hope - that Rhys Fulber's electronic music project Conjure One recorded a cover of Lunascape's "Tears from the Moon" in 2003, with Sinéad O'Connor on vocals. Below is the original version and video by Lunascape.
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Posted by: ..LeRenard! on Apr 16, 08 | 9:00 am
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