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Lush | Chorus (Box Set): Album Review

by BUST Magazine


After 17 years of silence, British rockers Lush are making their faithful fans’ dreams come true with the release of their anthology Chorus. The box set first leads listeners through the shoegaze-y Gala, a compilation record of Lush’s first three EPs. Gala debuts the band’s signature sound of illusory noise with ethereal harmonies on songs like “Sweetness and Light.”

The set moves into Lush’s three ageless studio albums, Spooky, Split, and Lovelife, and then segues into the B-sides collection Topolino, for lovers of Lush’s more polished, Britpop-influenced material. Let Chorus introduce you to this influential band all over again.


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Review by Marisa Cagnoli

This review originally appeared in the Februrary/March print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today

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