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Ron S. Peno & The Superstitions- Anywhere and Everything Is Bright LP

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Ron S. Peno & The Superstitions- Anywhere and Everything Is Bright LP.   Second album here from Ron S. Peno & The Superstitions. Many of you know Ron Peno as the electric frontmant of Died Pretty. Aided and abetted by Cam Butler (Silver Ray) and a talented supporting cast, the melodic sensibilities of ‘Anywhere and Everything Is Bright’ really makes this record shine ‘Say It Isn't So’ and ‘Myself In Thee’ are pretty untouchable and are reminiscent of the glory days of Australian indie rock. ‘The Other Side’ and ‘Oh Life’ fuse '60s garage pop with Peno's trademark enigmatic style, while the softer tone of ‘Destination Unknown’ and ‘Feels So Cold’ allows Peno's patchwork quilt of lyrical observations to rise to the surface. If Peno's first record with the Superstitions was a glimpse of his enduring creativity, the second album is a radiant musical milestone.

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