Born to Be Free+The New EP for Free
BUY 'BORN TO BE FREE' ALBUM AND GET THE NEW EP FOR FREE!!! 'Imagine a modern band having the vocals of Robert Plant, the charm of the fab-four and guitar licks to set your hair on fire. No showbooting here, just brilliant musicians doing what they love to do. If you think it matters,they were asked to play four gigs at glastonbury this year...Yes, they DO rock!' Pear Promotions. Lunatic Crash was formed in London by Eran and Mally and had several different line ups until Rowan joined in early 2004. This mixture of musical talent is the band you see today. The band has been playing the London circuit extensively. Venues played include: borderline, barfly,underworld,mean fiddler, garage, the ocean, half moon, dublin castle, to name but a few. In 2004 they also rocked numerous festivals including Glastonbury, Shambala and the Oneness Festival. Lunatic Crash has also had regular radio play at Wave FM, Thames Radio, Quay West FM, Beat FM, Oban FM, Central FM and Spirit FM. The new album 'WITHIN THE TOLERANCE OF ROCK'N'ROLL' takes the listener on an emotional musical journey, full of passion and excitment. Their debut album 'Born to be Free' is an amazing blend of energetic dynamic rock and emotional melodic ballads. The EP which has been recorded at 2Khz studios show how versatile Lunatic Crash can be; Although predominantly influenced by 70's rock bands like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and King Crimson, Lunatic Crash also incorporate blues, jazz and funk into their music which creates their own unique sound. Lunatic Crash's live shows are wild, energetic, exciting and always surprising, which is reflected by the rave reviews the band has received from their concerts: Emrys (the Blue Person management LTD): '...I knew i was in heavy-rock nirvana... I tell you this is simply the best rock band i've heard or seen for decades...their music is polished and incredibly tight, they obviously take it very seriously... they have thought long and hard about their stage presence and it works-their characters shine through...' Born to be Free review: '...they are unfeasibly good looking and have an abundance of hair. They have songs about 'sexy woman' and 'whiskey in bed'... they shout 'wun two three four' and have squally guitars. And they're pretty good dammit!...they are remarkably proficient accomplished musicians and know how to write a good tune..'