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July 12, 1994 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They're based in New York, former Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison played on their latest album, and on their 1993 EP, "Slide," they covered the Lou Reed-John Cale song "Ride Into the Sun." Is alternative-rock band Luna having an identity crisis? Responding to criticism that his group is derivative of the Velvets is nothing new to Dean Wareham, Luna's articulate leader. Not surprisingly, he has no problem tackling the issue head-on.
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July 12, 1994 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They're based in New York, former Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison played on their latest album, and on their 1993 EP, "Slide," they covered the Lou Reed-John Cale song "Ride Into the Sun." Is alternative-rock band Luna having an identity crisis? Responding to criticism that his group is derivative of the Velvets is nothing new to Dean Wareham, Luna's articulate leader. Not surprisingly, he has no problem tackling the issue head-on.
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November 4, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Imagine your typical, million-selling, state-of-the-art alternative-rock hero singing the following lines: You're always loaded, your life has imploded, Nine weeks of hell man, but I'm feeling swell. In my dreams I slash your tires, And in my dreams I set these fires. Kurt Cobain of Nirvana would probably give it a chesty snarl of disgust. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog would howl it with wrathful accusation, using all his capacious lung power.
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November 4, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Imagine your typical, million-selling, state-of-the-art alternative-rock hero singing the following lines: You're always loaded, your life has imploded, Nine weeks of hell man, but I'm feeling swell. In my dreams I slash your tires, And in my dreams I set these fires. Kurt Cobain of Nirvana would probably give it a chesty snarl of disgust. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog would howl it with wrathful accusation, using all his capacious lung power.
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