Fifty one minutes long, the record has nine tracks: Loaded, The Willow, Postman, Lucy, I´m Your Man, Speak Up, Sit Back, Griper and Feed Your Conscience. With a generally uniform sonorous layout, with little drastic variations in tone and melody, Lucy deserves a good score for its beautiful music, and specially for pleasantly creating an authentic desert atmosphere, where the listener almost feels itself completely alone, in the middle of a hot desert, crossing the deadly fears of an effervescent, but gracefully melodious road, trying to avoid the vultures that desperately want its prospective prey to dehydrate and die, to finally have a meal.
With wonderful vocals, splendid guitar lines, coherent pace and directly pungent melodies – all perfectly converging altogether with a meticulous singularity – Lucy deserves to be considered an excellent album, that ties with exceptional enthusiasm and savagery all the elements fundamental to stoner rock, completely devoid of grandiosity delusions. The modesty of the harmonies, probably one of the fundamental components of its inherent beauty, also deserves to be highlighted, and assures with the sensational grace of the constant rhythms the exponentially enjoyable vibe it consistently transmits, throughout the whole album.
With a powerful sonorous presence that reveals a cohesive musical layer and a very solid, decisively mature style, Lucy needs little time to prove to stoner rock enthusiasts why it certainly has tremendous potential to break big in the general underground scene. Certainly one of the most competent bands in the genre in their native country, Dune Pilot has all the qualities to master their art to the highest level possible.