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Luxt: Jezabel Thirteen Three

  1. Innocence Lost
  2. United State
  3. Pain
  4. Subcutaneous Grin
  5. Lemmings
  6. Hardware
  7. Technochrist
  8. Hunger
  9. Filament
  10. Desire
  11. Burn

Luxt is a refreshing look at a female industrial vocalist that doesn't feel the need to sing with a wafting, soul wrenching voice. Instead she is just as content to sing with an vehemently angry voice and perform multiple duets with her male counterpart. The music is mostly in the vein of a cross over industrial guitar style, with more focus on the electronics, programming and percussion than on the guitar. When performing live, Luxt is the only group that I have seen that has been able to keep their guitar from washing out the vocalists and electronics, which is immensely impressive. The album itself is hand pressed on a CD burner and labeled by hand which tends to denote a very low budget band which isn't at all evident from the quality of their music. In fact, they could probably do very well on some of the larger underground labels if they chose to move in that direction.

Luxt is:
Anna Christine - keyboards, bass, samplers, vocal
E Loch - keyboard, guitar, sampler, vocals

Chalkhead Records
7904 Sunrise Blvd
Sacremento, CA

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