The Days of Our Nights

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The Days of Our Nights
Studio album by
Released26 October 1999[1]
GenreIndie pop, indie rock
ProducerPaul Kimble
Luna chronology
Pup Tent
The Days of Our Nights
Luna Live
Professional ratings
Review scores
Christgau's Consumer Guide(2-star Honorable Mention)(2-star Honorable Mention)[3]
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music[4]
Pitchfork Media6.8/10[5]

The Days of Our Nights is the fifth album by American alternative rock band Luna, currently out of print in the United States. It includes a cover of the Guns N' Roses hit "Sweet Child o' Mine".


The album was recorded as Luna's fifth LP for Elektra Records, a part of the Warner Bros. Records music family. Because of the major label consolidations that occurred in the late 1990s, many alternative rock bands signed to major labels were dropped in this time period, including Luna. In an ironic twist, the album was picked up by Jericho records, a subsidiary of Sire Records, which is also part of the Warner Bros. Records family. It would, however, prove to be the final album by the band to receive major-label distribution.

The track "The Old Fashioned Way" is featured during the opening scene of the 2001 American crime/drama Kill Me Later starred by actress Selma Blair.[6]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics by Dean Wareham, music by Luna, except where noted.

  1. "Dear Diary" – 4:06
  2. "Hello, Little One" – 4:49
  3. "The Old Fashioned Way" – 4:36
  4. "Four Thousand Days" – 4:21
  5. "Seven Steps to Satan" – 4:58
  6. "Superfreaky Memories" – 4:53
  7. "Math Wiz" – 3:59
  8. "Words Without Wrinkles" – 4:22
  9. "The Rustler" – 4:07
  10. "U.S. Out of My Pants!" – 6:08
  11. "The Slow Song" – 3:17
  12. "Sweet Child o' Mine" (Guns N' Roses cover) – 4:25




  1. ^ "Luna To Finally See U.S. Dawn For "The Days Of Our Nights"". MTV News.
  2. ^ Lashley, Sanz. "The Days of Our Nights - Luna". AllMusic. Retrieved 2018-01-01.
  3. ^ Christgau, Robert (2000-10-15). "The Days of Our Nights". Christgau's Consumer Guide: Albums of the '90s. Macmillan Publishing. ISBN 9780312245603.
  4. ^ Larkin, Colin (2011). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Omnibus Press. p. 2006. ISBN 9780857125958.
  5. ^ Lieberman, Neil (1999-10-26). "Luna: The Days of Our Nights Album Review". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2018-01-01.
  6. ^ "Kill Me Later (2001) Soundtracks". IMDb. Retrieved 15 November 2016.