|Studio album by Luna Sea|
|Released||July 12, 2000|
|Luna Sea chronology|
|Singles from Lunacy|
Lunacy is the seventh album by Japanese rock band Luna Sea, released on July 12, 2000. It reached number three on the Oricon chart and was the band's last original studio album before disbanding in late 2000. The album was remastered and re-released on December 19, 2007, it came with a DVD of the promotional videos for "Gravity", "Tonight" and "Love Song".
With only the singles "Gravity" and "Tonight" released, Luna Sea decided to do something unprecedented in the Japanese music industry and held the Premiere of Lunacy 2000 concert. At the Nippon Budokan on May 23, 2000, the band only performed songs from the two singles and the upcoming album.
They then embarked on a sold out two part tour, Brand New Chaos, which included three international shows; two in Hong Kong and one in Taipei. However, on November 8, 2000, two days before the first Hong Kong show, Luna Sea held a press conference in the city and announced they would be "dropping the curtain" after two farewell shows at the Tokyo Dome on December 26 and 27.
A slightly different version of "Sweetest Coma Again" was used as the theme song for the Japanese dub of the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough, and it appears on the Japanese edition of the movie's soundtrack. It was also covered by Abingdon Boys School for the 2007 Luna Sea Memorial Cover Album -Re:birth-.
"Gravity" was used as the theme song for the Japanese film Another Heaven. It has been covered live by Inoran himself during his solo career, and was also covered by American pop rock singer Marié Digby for her 2009 album Second Home.
All tracks written by Luna Sea.
|1.||"Be Awake" (Originally composed by Sugizo.)||4:04|
|2.||"Sweetest Coma Again feat. DJ Krush" (Originally composed by J. Originally written by J and Ryuichi.)||5:07|
|3.||"Gravity" (Originally composed by Inoran.)||5:37|
|4.||"Kiss feat. DJ Krush" (Originally written and composed by Sugizo.)||6:45|
|5.||"4:00 AM" (Originally written and composed by Inoran.)||5:33|
|6.||"Virgin Mary" (Originally composed by Sugizo.)||9:15|
|7.||"White Out" (Originally composed by Inoran.)||4:04|
|8.||"A Vision" (Originally composed by J.)||4:41|
|9.||"Feel" (Originally composed by Sugizo.)||4:38|
|10.||"Tonight" (Originally composed by J.)||3:03|
|11.||"Crazy About You" (Originally written and composed by J.)||5:34|