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Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Galaxie 500 co-founder Dean Wareham took his penchant for crafting sneakily hooky indie pop songs with gorgeously melodic, Television-esque guitar work into the '90s with his band Luna. The group made four critically-acclaimed albums for Elektra... but in 1999, the label dropped them on the eve of releasing The Days of Our Nights, leaving them without American distribution (the album was eventually released on the short-lived Jericho imprint). As a result, The Days of Our Nights has been hard to find over the years; in fact, this marks the first time it's been available as a stand-alone vinyl release in the U.S. But it really is a lost gem in their catalog.
Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Galaxie 500 co-founder Dean Wareham took his penchant for crafting sneakily hooky indie pop songs with gorgeously melodic, Television-esque guitar work into the '90s with his band Luna. The group made four critically-acclaimed albums for Elektra... but in 1999, the label dropped them on the eve of releasing The Days of Our Nights, leaving them without American distribution (the album was eventually released on the short-lived Jericho imprint). As a result, The Days of Our Nights has been hard to find over the years; in fact, this marks the first time it's been available as a stand-alone vinyl release in the U.S. But it really is a lost gem in their catalog.
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Days Of Our Nights [Colored Vinyl] (Org)
Artist: Luna
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.99 $24.39 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dear Diary
2. Hello, Little One
3. The Old Fashioned Way
4. Four Thousand Days
5. Seven Steps to Satan
6. Superfreaky Memories
7. Math Wiz
8. Words Without Wrinkles
9. The Rustler
10. U.S. Out of My Pants!
11. The Slow Song
12. Sweet Child O' Mine

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Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Galaxie 500 co-founder Dean Wareham took his penchant for crafting sneakily hooky indie pop songs with gorgeously melodic, Television-esque guitar work into the '90s with his band Luna. The group made four critically-acclaimed albums for Elektra... but in 1999, the label dropped them on the eve of releasing The Days of Our Nights, leaving them without American distribution (the album was eventually released on the short-lived Jericho imprint). As a result, The Days of Our Nights has been hard to find over the years; in fact, this marks the first time it's been available as a stand-alone vinyl release in the U.S. But it really is a lost gem in their catalog.
        
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