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Boomkat Product Review:
Although I still haven't quite come to terms with the monumental naffness of their band name, The Aliens are undoubtedly one of the few modern rock bands who can genuinely nail '60s psychedelia, opening this new album with a ten and a half-minute epic, 'Bobby's Song' which shifts through a variety of sections, taking in backwards effects, synth pop, accordion hoedowns, Doors-via-Deep Purple organ riffing and a false ending characterised by a 'Technics power down' feel as the detuning tape effects start to kick in. In addition to one or two more contemporary sounding space rock manoeuvres, the band liberally reference The Beach Boys and The Beatles (at their most far-out), but Pink Floyd tends to be the name that springs to mind most frequently: 'Dove Returning' hits a 'Comfortably Numb'-style epic feel, with a guitar solo that only just steers clear of a David Gilmour Stratocaster odyssey. Ambitious and yet ceaselessly entertaining, Luna represents a most welcome return for ex-Beta Band members John Maclean and Robin Jones.