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Editors’ Notes

On their third album, Danish duo the Raveonettes continue pulling and stretching their Phil-Spector-meets-Jesus-and-Mary-Chain sound into new shapes and directions. A gritty, discordant feel reverberates throughout, echoing the theme of the tracks here (yep, lust and forbidden desire; good guess), even when vocalist Sharin Foo is cooing her way through a song as if violins and cellos were her musical backing. The two aimed for a heavier sound than 2005’s Pretty in Black, and they serve it up in heaping mounds here. Songs like “Black Satin,” the retro-pop “Dead Sound,” and the addicting and frothy “You Want the Candy” easily recall early JAMC, with ear-splitting shards of distortion giving way to airy, glistening guitar notes and Foo’s angelic vocals. Tracks like “Aly, Walk With Me” and “Lust” move at a sensuous, undulant pace, punctuated with Sune Rose Wagner’s reverb-warped guitar and occasional barbs of metallic noise. Overall, Lust, Lust, Lust is where raunch meets cotton candy, and that’s a combination that’s hard to turn down!

Customer Reviews


Wow... To tell you the truth I have never heard of this band but wow! I have never heard anything like this. The two vocalists in the group just mesh perfectly. Here is a track by track review; 1. Aly, Walk With Me; This song is just so explosive it starts out with a great beat and then all of a sudden a heavy guitar comes in! One of the best song on the album! 5/5 2. Hallucinations; This song is just amazing it's not as explosive as the previous track but still amazing! I can't put my finger on it but...plain and simple it's wonderful! 4.5/5 3. Lust; The few seconds of this song are soft and then it all of a sudden the beat just livens up and the vocals come in which as always are amazing! 4.75/5 4. Dead Sound; This track is anything besides 'dead sound'. It starts off with the heavy guitar like in 'Aly, Walk With Me' and then the guitar stops for the chorus and starts again. This is how it is for the rest of the song. Very good! 4.5/5 5. Black Satin; I don't know what to say for this song actually and I am speachless... the vocals are great. But I don't know... I don't enjoy it as much as the 4 previous tracks, but it is not bad by any means. 3.75/5 6. Blush; This song has a great chorus. At first when I first heard it I thought it would be very similar to the previous track, but it has this certain ' je ne sais quoi' quality to it like a song you don't know why you love it but you just do. 4.5/5 7. Expelled From Love; Starts off very distorted, but it distortion lessens up after a few seconds. This track is very simple compared to the rest of the album but I still think it is a good track. 4/5 8. You Want The Candy; This song is just infectious. The chorus is possibly the best on the album, overall one of the best tracks. 4.75/5 9. Blitzed; This track is not my favorite on the album like 'Black Satin' it's not bad by any means it just does not have the same likability for me compared to the previous tracks. 3.5/5 10. Sad Transmission; This song if full with distorted guitar. It has like a kind of beat that you would hear in the mid 1900's (that's just how it sounds to me). Overall a pretty good track! 4.5/5 11. With My Eyes Closed; Like the track 'Expelled from Love' a simple track compared with the rest of the tracks. But one of my favorites on the album. 4.75/5 12. The Beat Dies; This a great way to end the album (if you don't listen to the bonus tracks). Not amazing but good. 4/5 13. My Heartbeat's Dying; I don't understand why this was not on the actual album it self!? I could replace one of the more average tracks. Great bonus track! 4/5 14. Honey, I Never Had You; This track is not as good as the other bonus track. This track is more average. I could understand why this was not on the album it's average. 3.5/5 15. Aly Walk With Me (Obi Blanche Remix); This is a very good remix of a very good track. It keeps why I liked 'Aly, Walk With Me' but makes it original at the same time. One of the best remix's I have heard in a long time! 5/5 Take a listen to the track 'Aly, Walk With Me' and if you like that track buy the whole album. Most of the album is on par with that track. And when I listen to the tracks that were not my favorite, I notice that they were more rock oriented, while the ones I liked were more electronic oriented. So if you like rock and electronic this album will be one of your all-time favorites. (Even though 2 or 3 tracks in my opinion are average if you ignore them this album is a masterpiece!). I rate the whole album 4.5/5!

Double that and give them 10 stars

Why is this band not uber famous? I'm telling you--go see them live! This LP is sensational. Maybe not as killer as Pretty in Black but still I defy anyone to play "Hallucinations" or "Dead Sound" and not be enthralled. Great atmospheric sound w/o any of the pretentiousness. Who says the music scene is dead? It's alive as long as bands like the Raveonettes exist.


i love this album-aly walk with me, black satin and you want the candy are phenomenal tracks! sune rose wagner does have a soft, lilting voice and it works brilliantly with the reverb and other various sound effects used in the album.


Formed: 1998 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining the noisy swells of the Jesus and Mary Chain with melodic elements of '50s rock & roll, the Raveonettes formed in Copenhagen during 2001. Guitarist Sune Rose Wagner had tried assembling a band for several years, traveling between New York City, Las Vegas, Hollywood, and an island outside of Seattle in his search for like-minded musicians. A longtime fan of Bob Dylan, he also prized the songwriting of Buddy Holly, the harmonies of the Everly Brothers, and the guitar work of Mark Knopfler,...
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