Lulla presents, "Coin voider." The experimental album.
"This is the 2nd lulla 'album' in a row to contain NO piano songs( Well except for track 1, but, that's not really a 'song'). And also the longest running 'single' lulla album. Clocking in at 66 minutes.
We present to you a pre-screened review of the album taken from christian publication 'Tunned out' magazine...
Album: Coin voider
Chart action: "While there has been some buzz in the UK, it has yet to chart.
Pro-social/neutral content: "They schooled us", "Gonzo, get your gun" "Lundee", (kind of) "Verterbrebrate" and "Running with the bull," are purely instrumental. "Capital B" says, 'Friendships endure that are real, not the ones that are fake..."
Objectionable content: However, that song contains multiple F-bombs and profanity on this unstickered album. It includes lines such as, "Have a nice cold coke, cry a pool of bulls---, then f--- yourself." And on one of the last lines of the song, the singer carelessly states, "Either way, to me, who cares anyways." The f-word also appears on, "Dark linguine." Wading through the non-nonsensical lyrics, contains a reference to transsexual sex, and tells the listener, "Life sucks, deal with it." "I'm not that kind of girl," demeans women repeatedly referring to them as, 'b----es.' And says, 'They don't f---".
Summary: Lulla's dismal outlook on life and repeated uses of profanity makes this a hard album to recommend. Even on songs that contain no explicit lyrics manage to include it in the title on two of the weirdest tracks on the album, "Some french fried bull---" and "Tangerine rocket (Sort your f---ing life out mate)," respectfully. If they would get their mind out of the gutter and had a lot less to say - - should stick with instrumentals only with god like titles.
Also a word from several critics and music journalists:
"It ends as weird as it starts."
-Harry Crincey (Melodey mag)
"There's no where on this record that it says it's called, 'Coin voider, but it's called coin voider?"
-J qualia (Sunshining studios)
"Eternal firepower? Holy shit haha that is amazing."
-Mookie Mcfarrigned pants (Outsource the insource column)
"Strange. That drummer needs some lessons."
-Harry Belefonte (Charleston view)
"You spelled vertebrate wrong."
-Anonymous (High times)
A splendid time is guaranteed for none.
released January 26, 2017
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