empire of the sun vinyl records buyer’s guide for 2020
All in all, we spent hundreds of hours combing through thousands of user reviews to put together a comprehensive list of the best empire of the sun vinyl records on the market. We then delved into these empire of the sun vinyl records further and put together detailed reviews so that you can easily pick the best empire of the sun vinyl records for your needs.
Best empire of the sun vinyl records
1. Walking On A Dream [Clear Vinyl]
DescriptionThe debut album from Empire of the Sun is now available for the first time on vinyl in the US. The platinum album and fan favorite sees a limited edition run as the band returns to the US for another journey of sight and sound. Revel in the glory of their debut on clear vinyl for the first time and catch them live this summer and fall.
2. Two Vines [LP]
Description2016 album from Luke Steele (Sleepy Jackson) & Nick Littlemore (PNAU) with help from Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac), Wendy Melvoin (Prince) & others. Includes 'High & Low' & 'To Her Door'.
3. Empire Of The Sun (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Red Vinyl)
FeatureStar Wars: Empire Of The Sun Soundtrack (Red Vinyl)
DescriptionEmpire Of The Sun (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Winner of the 1988 British Academy of Filmand Television Arts Award For Film Music. First time on vinyl in decades. Music On Three Sides for Superior Sound Quality. Pressed on Red Vinyl
4. Walking On A Dream (Anniversary Edition)
DescriptionAustralian alt-electro pioneers Empire Of The Sun (Luke Steele & Nick Littlemore) celebrate the tenth anniversary of their multiple-ARIA-award winning debut album, Walking On A Dream, with the release of a limited-edition vinyl including a gatefold, 180-gram heavyweight vinyl of Walking On A Dream on transparent blood orange vinyl, a unique code to download the previously unreleased track Chrysalis, and features the original artwork from the initial 2009 vinyl release.
5. Ice On The Dune [LP]
DescriptionIt's exactly what electronic pop should sound like in 2013. Fresh, euphoric, youthful...it more than delivers on the promise of 2008 s million-selling debut Walking On A Dream and the fantastical imagery that made them a festival highlight wherever Steele strapped on his head-dress, said Q, awarding the album four stars in a lead review. MOJO noted, you can t help but be charmed by their puckish, wide-eyed enthusiasm for the redemptive power of pop. Nearly every track is powered by a room-rattling disco groove, observed uncut, scoring it 8/10. But what makes DNA , Alive , Concert Pitch and the title song so irresistible is the way their silky melodies resolve into super-saturated Technicolor chorus hooks.
6. Rising With the Sun