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Podcast Episode
Season
Two
number
52
Type
Album Review
Post Date
1/10/2012

Shiner

052 Lula Divinia by Shiner

Lula Divina

Label
DeSoto Records
Release year
1997
Producer
Shiner
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Lots of tags are applied to Shiner - progressive, emo, alternative, math rock, space rock - but all that really matters is the songs.

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On episode #52 of Dig Me Out, we review the 1997 album Lula Divinia by Shiner. Lots of tags are applied to Shiner - progressive, emo, alternative, angular, math rock, space rock - but all that really matters is the songs. So does Shiner deliver the goods? They've definitely got the musical chops, but is it at the expense of the vocals?

Does This album bring back some great vibes?

Remember when you first discovered this album? We’re grateful to dig into these hidden gems and bring them the attention they deserve. Your support helps us uncover more albums deserve another moment in the spotlight.

Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Two Black Eyes
  • 16:46 - Sideways
  • 18:44 - Jim's Lament
  • 25:48 - Cake
  • Outro - Third Gear Scratch

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