CrimsonFaced | Lunatic Binge

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Lunatic Binge

by CrimsonFaced

Imagine - what if Nine Inch Nails, Metallica, King Crimson, Ozzy, Sabbath, Nirvana, The Beatles, Zeppelin, Van Halen, Steve Vai and Frank Zappa were all thrown in a blender with some Tequila and strawberries. Then add a bong hit or two.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Pretty People Crimsonfaced
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2. Sublime Crimsonfaced
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3. Lost Innocense Crimsonfaced
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4. Drunk Crimsonfaced
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5. Ocean Beach Crimsonfaced
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6. So I Can Sleep Crimsonfaced
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7. Sick Crimsonfaced
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8. Sail Crimsonfaced
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9. Long, Long Way Down Crimsonfaced
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10. Meditations Crimsonfaced
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11. Make Me Pure Crimsonfaced
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12. One Crimsonfaced
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13. Light Crimsonfaced
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Album Notes
OMFG can it be can it be?!?!? The long awaited follow up to "Captain Freak" is FINALLY HERE! WTF was Mike E.T. doing over these last 4 years? Geez, you would think a musician that locks himself up in his Sober Sucks Studios would come out once and a while to play - but not Mike E.T. The Alien was lovingly caressing his guitar strings in the most god awful perverted way. His poor keyboard was banged and hammered from one end of the studio to the other. Between writing music for a futuristic CGI movie still in development and adding some cool tunes to a soon to be filmed PORNO (hehe, I said porno ;-))), Mike E.T., between psychotherapy sessions with his mixer/therapist Paul Kurzweil, wrote and recorded 18 songs, 13 of which come together on the deliciously demented and aptly titled "Lunatic Binge." Whereas "Captain Freak" was mostly in your face the entire CD, "Lunatic Binge" veers from sick rock and roll to melodic musings about life. Think Trent Reznor meets the Bee Gees; after a drug binge. Think Pink Floyd for the 21st Century. Think Ozzy and a sequencer doing battle for each others' soul. Mike E.T. hopes you enjoy his creation. He poked his head out of his studio to give the world Lunatic Binge, and now he has once again crawled into his studio, locked the door, put a huge dresser against the door, and has imprisoned himself with 50 cases of Corona, 5 bottles of Patron, 5 guitars and 12 Virgins. See you in 2 or 3 years...


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Powerful and raging rock CD
If Trent Reznor and Scott Weiland ever decided to make an album together, the result would most likely sound something like “Lunatic Binge” the recently released CD by CrimsonFaced. Although there are some obvious underlying classic rock tones, the album above all sounds more like a NIN record. The opening track alone, “Pretty People,” screams of that genre and pretty much set up the theme of the entire record. Mike E.T. The Alien (yes- that is his name) delivers Stone Temple Pilot style vocals throughout the disc, as you can hear on “Lost Innocense.” Even the guitars have that DeLeo brothers tone to them. If you own STP’s “Purple” record, then you will surely want to hear “Lunatic Binge.”