Release Info: Sunshot- Caught in the act of enjoying our selves LP
Going to dip into the 1990s for a little bit here. Don't be scared, gentle readers, it's all going to be ok.
The 1990s may have been the breeding ground for a lot of awful, awful music (and a lot of stuff I can't quite let go, considering it was the decade in which I spent my adolescence), but there are some excellent gems to be found, even if they're more few and far between. A few that ring a bell are Derriere Le Miroir, Sunshine Blind, and the incredible Requiem In White, all worth a peek for those unfamiliar.
I have three posts lined up, all from the 1990s. One is a coldwave classic (we'll get to that one very soon, I promise) and the other two flirt a bit more with shoegaze, by far the best genre to come out of the decade. Today's band has already been featured on the excellent Return to the East blog, and here's their full length LP from 1992, a continuation of some of the great sounds heard on the EPs. Quite a few of the tracks from those EPs also appear here, alongside a few other gems. Touchstones, as previously mentioned, include The Young Gods, Sisters of Mercy, and Curve. I can't get enough of this record and I hope you all enjoy the slight change of pace.
Sunshot- Caughtintheactofenjoyingourselves LP
2. She Says
3. Big Mistake
4. Stop Me
5. Baby Doll
6. Happy Ever After
9. Lose My Grip
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