Luxury may refer to:
Luxury is the second album by Fantastic Plastic Machine. It is the follow-up to his first album, The Fantastic Plastic Machine (1997). Luxury is a continuation of his previous work in Shibuya-kei, though in some tracks there are indications of a shift towards house music and 1970s Philadelphia soul, a path he explored more in his next album, beautiful.. "There Must Be an Angel (Playing With My Heart)", is a cover version of a Eurythmics song. Vocals on this version are performed by Lorraine Bowen. Her vocals also appear on the track "Bossa for Jackie".
On the US and European release, the tracks and the track order are different:
Luxury is a rock band from Toccoa, Georgia that began playing together as The Shroud at Toccoa Falls College in the early 1990s. They changed their name just before signing with Tooth & Nail Records and releasing their debut album, Amazing And Thankyou, which was one of the few non-hardcore releases on the label at the time.
Luxury toured extensively in the months following Amazing And Thankyou's release, until late 1995, when a bad highway collision between touring engagements resulted in most members of the band being hospitalized. Consequently, they took a year-long hiatus, then went back on tour to support their second album, The Latest & The Greatest, though with fewer dates than initially anticipated. After growing more and more unhappy with the continually waning resources and promotion provided them by Tooth & Nail, they opted (in 1997) not to renew their contract with the label, and instead released their third album, self-titled Luxury, in 1999 on Bulletproof Records, a smaller and more artist-friendly label. Soon after, Luxury broke up, and the band members went their separate ways.