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Scott Lucas, of Local H, formed The Married Men in early 2009, releasing their full length debut George Lassos The Moon and The Absolute Beginners EP in 2010. Blood Half Moon is distinctively darker, yet ultimately more optimistic than Scott Lucas & the Married Men's previous records. From the searing violin and haunting organ on the opening track Lover the Lullaby to the closing, scorching eight-minute rendition of the traditional There Ain't No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down), this album is HEAVY figuratively and sonically. Its songs touch on endings, disappointment, betrayal, confusion, love, uncertainty and death.
Scott Lucas, of Local H, formed The Married Men in early 2009, releasing their full length debut George Lassos The Moon and The Absolute Beginners EP in 2010. Blood Half Moon is distinctively darker, yet ultimately more optimistic than Scott Lucas & the Married Men's previous records. From the searing violin and haunting organ on the opening track Lover the Lullaby to the closing, scorching eight-minute rendition of the traditional There Ain't No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down), this album is HEAVY figuratively and sonically. Its songs touch on endings, disappointment, betrayal, confusion, love, uncertainty and death.
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Format: CD
Label: EDRE
Catalog: 2812
Rel. Date: 06/05/2012
UPC: 654436028123

Blood Half Moon
Artist: Scott Lucas & The Married Men
Format: CD
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Scott Lucas, of Local H, formed The Married Men in early 2009, releasing their full length debut George Lassos The Moon and The Absolute Beginners EP in 2010. Blood Half Moon is distinctively darker, yet ultimately more optimistic than Scott Lucas & the Married Men's previous records. From the searing violin and haunting organ on the opening track Lover the Lullaby to the closing, scorching eight-minute rendition of the traditional There Ain't No Grave (Gonna Hold My Body Down), this album is HEAVY figuratively and sonically. Its songs touch on endings, disappointment, betrayal, confusion, love, uncertainty and death.
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