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    Posted: October 12 2012 at 18:11
http://theluckofedenhall.bandcamp.com/album/alligators-eat-gumdrops
 


Edited by Svetonio - October 12 2012 at 18:16
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Tuzvihar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 17 2012 at 15:51
Sent for evaluation.
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From cdbaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/artist/TheLuckofEdenHall
 
"In the 1990’s The Luck of Eden Hall released a single and a compilation on Limited Potential Records, one full-length album (the well received “Belladonna Marmalade”), a video that appeared in the New Line Cinema film “The Day My Parents Ran Away” and several EP’s on their own label, Walrus Records.

LOEH released the albums “Subterrene” in 2007, followed by the critically acclaimed “When The Clock Starts To Wake Up We Go To Sleep” in 2009. In 2010 two music videos were filmed and the band’s version of “Love Is Only Sleeping” was included on the Fruits de Mer Records (UK) compilation “A Phase We’re Going Through”, which was named Album of the Year in Prog Magazine.

2011 brought three releases on FdM Records, including a limited edition colored vinyl EP (that sold out in three days!). Their version of “Lucifer Sam” was included on the cover-mount CD in the May issue of Classic Rock Magazine and LOEH’s epic two volume set “Butterfly Revolutions” was included on “Best of 2011” lists around the world!

This year began with a track on FdM’s tribute to cult psych band “The Pretty Things” classic album “S.F. Sorrow Is Born”, and their latest masterpiece, “Alligators Eat Gumdrops”, a limited edition CD housed in hand embossed gatefold sleeves, has opened to fantastic reviews. More FdM releases this Fall include another Limited Edition EP on colored vinyl and the band will appear on the brand new late night talk show “Seven On Ridge” in November."
 
Rejected in Crossover by a vote of two in favour and one against: http://progfreak.com/The-Luck-of-Eden-Hall-154589.html?path=pa/recent Confused
 
I would easily have voted 'yes' for this band, but wasn't a member of the team at the time...I'll see what can be done retrospectively...  Embarrassed
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...and now added.
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