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The snappy “Ladykillers”—with its feminist admonishments intoned in classic Cockney—gave Lush a new lease on life. The remainder of Lovelife shows the band in what frontwoman Miki Berenyi later called a “zappier” mode. It’s not only that the production is simpler and more forthright than in years past, but that the band—and especially their two female leaders—seem more comfortable with their purpose. They could pull off straight pop tunes like “Single Girl,” “500,” and “Runaway” only because they were so much more than a straight pop band.

Customer Reviews

Last Great Album By a Great Band

Lush's swansong of an album finds them making a radical break with shoegazer tradition, to deliver an underrated powerpop classic. An essential for any Lush fan! The surf-rocking "Ladykillers" and the almost countryfied "Ciao", featuring Jarvis Cocker of Pulp, are delicious gems of snark; the self-affirming "I've Been Here Before" and the languid "Olympia", both horn and string-laden, recall classic French pop; the cynically pondering "Tra La La" and the ambivalent "Papasan", show their contemplative side; straight-up punker "Single Girl" and more show why Lush was one of the best British bands of the last two decades.

Lush Rocks!!!

If you are a new listener to Lush then you need to get this album. it will make you wanna rock out as you listen, especially kicking it off with the high energy "Ladykillers" (My favorite song). Then you will here the beautiful "500 (Shake Baby Shake) a very great pop song written by the lovely Emma Anderson.
get this and you will love it.


Formed: October, 1988 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

Meshing dreamy, effects-drenched guitars with airy, catchy melodies, Lush were one of the most prominent shoegaze/dream pop bands of the early '90s. Led by guitarists Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson, the British band gained a cult following within the British and American undergrounds with its first EPs, yet the group never quite attained the critical respect given to its peers My Bloody Valentine and Ride. Even so, Lush lasted longer than any other of their contemporaries (with the exception of the...
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