Lost Sounds

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Lost Sounds was a rock band from Memphis, Tennessee. Starting in March 1999, the band was made up of Rich Crook on drums, Patrick Jordan on bass, Jay Reatard on synth, guitar and vocals, and Alicja Trout also on synth, guitar and vocals. The band, originally working within the garage rock genre, had a collection of analog keyboards Trout had used in her previous band The Clears. The bizarre combination of new wave synths and mangled guitars showed a Darkwave influence as well. The band frequently dealt with dark, apocalyptic themes ranging from the Book of Revelation (Breathing Machine) to the Columbine High School shootings (Blackcoats/Whitefear). The band's last show was in May 2005 in Stuttgart, Germany. Rich Crook currently writes and records music in the band Lover![1]

Discography[edit]

  • Lost Sounds 7", Solid Sex Lovie Doll, 1999
  • Memphis Is Dead LP, Bigneck Records, 2000
  • 1+1 = Nothing 7", Empty Records, 2000
  • Outtakes & Demos Vol. 1, Contaminated Records, 2001
  • Black-Wave 2xLP, Empty Records, 2001
  • Demos & Outtakes, Vol. 1, Hate Records, 2001
  • Demos & Outtakes, Vol. 2, On On Switch, 2003
  • Rat's Brains & Microchips LP, Empty Records, 2002
  • Future Touch EP, In The Red Records, 2004
  • Lost Sounds LP, In The Red Records, 2004
  • Motocycle Leather Boy 7", Tic Tac Totally, 2007

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