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Terrific guitar work

I was very happy to hear a solo(ish) cd by former Area & Moon Seven Times guitarist Henry Frayne. When this came out. I always thought he was brilliant. I loved it from the opening of Silent Hills all the way through to the end. I liked it so much, in fact I bought it twice, when the cd first came out on Parasol, then again when Ryko reissued it. (I also bought a 3rd copy for someone else a few years later). Great CD.

Haunting Stuff

I heard a snippet of "Silent Hills" used as interstitial music on NPR, and I *had* to have the whole disk. Haunting, beautiful and mostly instrumental. Treat yourself and check out "Silent Hills" or the frenetic "Turbine".

evocative soundscapes

As a big fan of the Champaign-Urbana bands Area and the Moon Seven Times, I was pleased when Henry Frayne continued on with solo work after those bands' demise. A master of the digital delay pedal, Henry creates some haunting and evocative soundscapes on this mostly instrumental album. Someone described this work as "the soundtrack to a road movie that hasn't been made yet," and it's an apt comment. This is a fine record by a criminally under-recognized, melodic guitarist and his accompanists.


Formed: Champaign, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Henry Frayne's Lanterna is the Midwest counterpart to Scenic's Southwest-inspired soundtracks for a lonely journey through open lands. Combining his background in post-punk and dark dream pop with atmospherics drawing from spaghetti western soundtracks and ambient isolationism, Lanterna's mostly instrumental output generates a variety of moods, ranging from becalmed to unsettling to fiery. Although it wasn't until 1998's self-titled release through Rykodisc that Lanterna received widespread distribution,...
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