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The key Lazlo Bane album reissued on vinyl
The key Lazlo Bane album reissued on vinyl
Lazlo Bane's most known album All the Time in the World is being reissued on vinyl by Lonestar Records this November! The band's "ode to California" was step forward from their debut 11 Transistor featuring songwriting from all the members of the band and a variety of new instruments and sounds. It helped to establish Lazlo Bane's popularity as their song Superman was used as a theme song to the NBC hit show Scrubs the year prior to the album's release. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMV8L8Jl-cw The songs were re-mastered for vinyl by Masterdisc NY. This makes All the Time in the World the band's second ever vinyl release, with the first being their debut single "Buttercup" 23 years before. The album is reissued on electric blue clear vynil limited to 500 copies on 9 November 2018. The press release and pre-order is available through label's shop page. Other stores where you can pre-order the album include:
All the Time in the World 16th anniversary
All the Time in the World 16th anniversary
27th of September is a birthday for the All the Time in the World, Lazlo Bane's most known album and the host to the band's signature song "Superman". All the Time in the World has turned 16 this year. If for some reason you still haven't listened to it, just check all reviews on CDBaby, as the album found a special place in the hearts of listeners. And then find you a way to get your copy.
Big Spill lyrics added
Big Spill lyrics added
Lyrics to all the songs from the Big Spill album have been added to the website. Lazlo Bane's alter ego album was the one missing all of them online. With this update not only the album was completed, but all of the band's original songs' lyrics are now available in one place. Like the previous installment with Back Sides lyrics, several words and sometimes lines are missing as being hard to distinguish, so it is always a welcome to contribute to the lyrics in the comments below or through contact form on the About the site page.
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