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Artist: Lana Lane

Title: Curious Goods (Special Edition)

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Lana Lane Curious Goods (Special Edition) Album Cover


Category: Symphonic Melodic Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Pseudonym Records (Holland)

Catalog Number: CDP-1080-DD


Lana Lane vocals
Erik Norlander organ, Mellotron, piano, keyboards
Neil Citron lead and rhythm guitars
Tony Franklin fretless bass
Tommy Amato drums
Mark McCrite acoustic guitars
Don Schiff bass, cello
Vinny Appice drums

Disc 1 contains the enhanced 2002 version, and disc 2 the original 1996 version


Disc 1
1.  Curious Goods Part One  4:32
2.  Emerald City  6:52
3.  Escher's Staircase  6:09
4.  Heart of Dawn  1:34
5.  Take a Breath  6:08
6.  Reverie  6:38
7.  Satyr's Moon  5:51
8.  Symphony of Angels (Arias and Fables)  6:37
9.  Two Can Play That Game  5:20
10.  Voices  6:51
11.  You Only Live Twice  3:05
12.  Curious Goods Part Two  3:29
13.  Clouds  4:11
Total Running Time:  67:17

Disc 2
14.  Curious Goods Part One  4:30
15.  Emerald City  6:50
16.  Escher's Staircase  6:07
17.  Heart of Dawn  1:34
18.  Take a Breath  5:42
19.  Reverie  6:24
20.  Satyr's Moon  5:44
21.  Symphony of Angels (Arias and Fables)  6:33
22.  Two Can Play That Game  5:53
23.  Voices  6:51
24.  Do It Again  7:13
25.  Curious Goods Part Two  3:07
26.  Clouds  4:16
Total Running Time:  70:44

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: April 4, 2004 at 21:38
Very difficult to pigeon hole this album, as it ebbs and flows, surges and stutters, and swells from quiet to loud. You definitely have to set time aside to listen to this album closely. It's not one of those throwaway efforts you can gladly consume with little consideration for quality and goodness.

From: The Dog Date: August 1, 2004 at 3:40
I Think this album rocks , very tastefull and anyone who really enjoys sees the "BIG" picture ...Class Music!!!!! 10 thumbs UP!

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 25, 2008 at 11:02
I really tried to get into this one but it just didn't have an ebb or flow that I could get into. The musicianship is solid but it lacks that something that makes it memorable. Maybe the vox just don't jive well ? This is definetly a matter of personal taste and it may appeal to those who prefer to prog rock. 65/100

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