- Summary: Bassist Britta Phillips and guitarist Dean Wareham (each a member of the band Luna) offer a mix of originals and covers, including takes on songs by Madonna, the Silver Jews and the Doors, all produced by Tony Visconti (David Bowie, T. Rex).
- Record Label: Jet Set
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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UncutIf--as you should be--you're in love with Luna... you'll come over all swoonalicious to this subtly sparkling spin-off. [Dec 2003, p.130]
MagnetAn exciting blend. [#59, p.103]
Like all Luna family projects, L'Avventura has a sneaky way of getting its claws into you-- background music that gets stuck in your forebrain. But also like most Luna product, this little vacation from the less-talked about half of the band starts to bend under its own uniformity of mood somewhere in the second half, and probably would've been slightly better acclimated to EP length.
Positive: 8 out of 8
Mixed: 0 out of 8
Negative: 0 out of 8
WayneLJul 12, 2003Excellent!
stevetJun 19, 2003I love tracks: 1,2,3,8 & 9
[Anonymous]Jun 26, 2003Stick with Luna. These tracks are pleasant but soulless and bland. All of Dean Wareham's character goes to waste here.
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