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Lunatic Soul is the solo project of Mariusz Duda, vocalist and bassist of Polish progressive rock band Riverside. The eponymous first (black) album was released on October 13, 2008. For the album, he enlisted the help of several friends from different bands such as Quidam, Indukti, and Riverside. In stark contrast to his main outfit, Lunatic Soul contains no electric guitars at all and can be best described as a mix of ambient and progressive elements - Duda himself calls the sound “oriental-alternative”. The second (white) album was released on October 25, 2010, a continuation of the sound established on the debut.


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  • Unknowndarkgirl

    Сладкоголосый Мариуш прекрасен! [2]

    17 Apr 3:51pm Reply
  • shivaki07

    Najnowsza RECENZJA albumu Stevena Wilsona!

    14 Apr 12:35pm Reply
  • magpie_1862

    Mariusz and Steven Wilson are my favourite musicians in the world at the moment. The song they did together was nothing short of a masterpiece. If only the two could to a whole album together they're guaranteed to create something very special.

    27 Mar 1:38pm Reply
  • Cna-cOcO

    Mariusz Duda Is The BEST !

    26 Mar 11:17pm Reply
  • Antorip

    What a gift..Gutter !!..

    16 Mar 3:22pm Reply
  • Dogger_Dog

    v Yes. As well as "Suspended in Whiteness." ¶ WoaFB I've concluded is basically "Impressions" with lyrics.

    20 Jan 8:56pm Reply
  • m_magnetic

    Adrift - best!

    13 Jan 9:51am Reply
  • Apophis75

    Anyone who can share link to "In Between" DVD to watch online? Thankyou.

    29 Dec 2014 Reply
  • fadingmuse


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  • Sanity_Theorist

    I'm starting to find this every bit as boring as Steven least this project outright says that it's ambient though

    15 Dec 2014 Reply
  • Skogsdotter1994

    album of the year <3 [2]

    10 Dec 2014 Reply
  • TheBlackRaven87

    the whole WoaFB album has a nice wintry feeling to it. Very good stuff. Also nice to listen to this album while playing skyrim, especially when wandering around in winter landscapes. But it's too bad "Stars Sellotaped" isn't 4-5 minutes longer. It's wonderful.

    20 Nov 2014 Reply
  • ProgressiveMind

    The new album sounds a lot like OSI's earlier work, and you can definitely hear the influence of Steven Wilson at times. Nevertheless it's a pretty good experimental record.

    13 Nov 2014 Reply
  • KingofKings21


    11 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Dogger_Dog

    vvv I can't recall which track (it was only one - maybe Pygmalion's) which had what I think was an electric guitar in it, but when I hear it again, I'll suggest it. ¶ I'm thinking most of the "underlying" percussion is electronic. Then the drummer (is it the same guy from Indukti?) will start banging away on top of that sometimes (like at the end of "Cold"). "Gutter" sounds like that too, as do most of the other tracks. ¶ All this is fine, it's just that the transition from live band sound on the last albums to this is more electronic direction feels to me a bit stark. Don't get me wrong, I love the album, and it's a zillion times better than most anything else out there, but not quite up to snuff with LS1 & 2.

    10 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Progmet

    The new album never stops to surprise me !

    8 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Rafafafa1

    And I can't hear electronic percusion on this album either :)

    8 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Rafafafa1

    Dogger_Dog - there's no electric guitar on the new LS album. Duda said that in the interviews. He also said that he wanted to do somethig different than on the previous ones, that's why... it's a bit different :)

    8 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Dogger_Dog

    Okay, I'll be the first to say something critical. For me, there's too much electronic percussion and bass for my taste, and the introduction of electric guitar (albeit modest) isn't exactly what I enjoyed about previous LS albums (all acoustic). While I like hearing "space" and atmospheric drifting, this album fills itself up with a little bit too much "space" occasionally. However, with that said, I think the title track "Walking on a Flashlight Beam" is one of Duda's biggest triumphs. I also enjoy "Cold."

    6 Nov 2014 Reply
  • magpie_1862

    He's only just gone and made one of the best albums I've ever heard.

    6 Nov 2014 Reply
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