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  • Summary: This solo release from former Can man Czukay consists of one 47-minute track, an excursion into noise and electronic sounds.
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  1. Urb
    This is a considerably more ominous and hardnosed sound from former Can man Czukay than we've had in a while, and La Luna is more than welcome for it. [#77, p.126]
  2. Alternative Press
    La Luna's overall style is ambient industrial, with a hypnotic, grinding pulse and pounding kick drum, embellished by sporadic rhythmic tappic, guitar growls and strange electronic squiqqles... and while Czukay's industrial groove is righteous, 47 minutes of it is excessive. [Jan 2001, p.87]
  3. A single 47-minute long track, subtitled An Electronic Night Ceremony, it begins with a slowly unfolding dystopian bass rumble to which a pulsing beat and subtle layers of electronic soup are laboriously added. Sounding more like the hum of a car factory (they still have them in Germany) than the celestial sphere of the title, it's a querulous throb of a record which, once heard, hardly invites repeated listening.
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