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Album Review

There's rarely a better time in a group's career to gather up all the loose ends than after the third album. This is the case with Lali Puna, who use two discs to compile remixes, B-sides, and other assorted parts of their back catalog. If it were condensed down to one disc, it would appeal to more than the most devout. Even so, it's commendable to present a rather thorough set like this before followers spend too much time and money obtaining all the original releases. Most of I Thought I Was Over That's highlights are on disc one, including a lovely cover of Slowdive's "40 Days" (from Morr Music's Blue Skied an' Clear tribute album), a collaboration with Bomb the Bass ("Clear Cut") that benefits from an active breakbeat, and a wonderfully lazy-traipse remix of Two Lone Swordsmen's "It's Not the Worst I've Looked." And though it would've been more appropriate to contribute a version of "Dancevision" or "The World Before Last" to the Human League tribute album Reproductions, their blippy and subdued take on "Together in Electric Dreams" easily improves upon the mawkish Philip Oakey/Giorgio Moroder original. (Tribute albums would be a lot more enjoyable if more groups took this route.) In the middle of all this is a pair of recordings from 2005: "The Failure of the Leading Sign Industry" is a mood-setting opener, and "Past Machine" is a driving Krautrock-inspired song that gets noisier as it goes along. The second disc is reserved strictly for remixes of Lali Puna tracks, offered by the likes of Boom Bip, Two Lone Swordsmen, To Roccoco Rot, Flowchart, and Dntel. Most of the batch needn't be heard twice, but there they are.

Customer Reviews

First Time Listener......?

So im searching through the music store. I've been looking more for music that's mellow and easy listening to, like imogen heap, and frou frou (same person different artist). And i came across Lali Puna, DAMN. It's really easy to listen to, and i could only find it on here, not in stores like best buy or circuit city. So check them out on here and its a gaurentee/must buy.

Lali Puna sets the right mood

If you are down with electronic/indie music you will die for this album. Faking the Books is the previous album and that also got 5 stars from me, this cd is remixes and b sides. I love it!

Awesome mix of pop and IDM

This is a great Album, awesome remixes of some really good electronic and pop artists, originally looked at it for Harrison Reverse, but after hearing the other songs it was a must buy, cant stop listening.


Formed: 1998 in Munich, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

After the 1998 breakup of her previous band, the Munich-based L.B. Page, Korea-born vocalist Valerie Trebeljahr formed the experimental electro-pop group Lali Puna. Although Lali Puna was intended to be a solo project, it took on a membership that, throughout the years, included the involvement of Markus Acher (the Notwist, Tied + Tickled Trio), Florian Zimmer, Christian Heiss, and Christoff Brandner (also of Tied + Tickled Trio). The group's first release, "The Safe Side," was a single issued on...
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