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Across The Night

by Moonlife

Glamourous electro-pop that will move your hips and tug at your heart.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Do You
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2. Untrue
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3. So Cold
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4. Over You
5:07 $0.99
5. Moon Life (Out Of Reach)
3:58 $0.99
6. Sonata
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7. Satellite
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8. Fade
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9. Jesus Freak
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10. Lost
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Album Notes
"... catchy, slickly produced ... a sugary pop confection that looks back at the '80s with great affection and more than a little camp sensibility. It's hooky, it's happy, and it doesn't take itself too seriously." - Keyboard Magazine

"Kids born years after it's style was fashionable are going Kajagoogoo for this band." - Metro

"10 tracks of bubble-gum, space-cadet, feel-good, in-your-face synthpop. If you're a fan of the light, melodic, and somewhat humorous take on synthpop, then you'll love this new album (think of Freezepop, but with male vocal leads and a touch of 80's glam). Moonlife is destined to be a cult classic of American synthpop." - A Different Drum

"When the musical forces collide you arrive somewhere between Depeche Mode and Flash Gordon; as Moonlife pushes its sound to new and uncharted territory." - Santa Cruz Good Times

"Self-proclaimed heirs to Bowie's glittery throne, Moonlife play a lightweight, upbeat brand of pop. Their sound combines the straightforward synth programming of early Depeche Mode, featherweight guitars straight off a classic Cars album, and Cassanova vocal vamping a la Roxy Music. Moonlife's songs play like those great 80's synthesizer anthems that never really got made. Flashes of Piazzolla and Debussy pop up in unexpected places, proving that Moonlife keep their compositions simple by choice, and not due to a lack of imagination or ability." - 100% Unnatural Guide to the New Synth Underground

"I couldn't figure out why I dug Moonlife. Then it hit me like an intergalactic laser. Originality. Enough said." - Mark Reynolds (Red Flag)



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