A concept album from Luke Haines as Baader Meinhof between Auteurs albums, the record and band name comes from the names of two of the Red Army faction and details the history of the group. With five new bonus tracks, four of which were previously unreleased. Also the name of a weird type of synchronicity. Google it. Vinyl and CD.
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9/10 Jon T Customer review, 3rd March 2017
This LP is the second most cogent sonic statement Luke Haines has etched to vinyl. Typically characterised as a concept album, the songs are certainly thematically linked - and we observe several mid/late-period Haines' stylistic tropes loom into the weave - but I prefer to think of Baader Meinhof as simply a great collection of songs.
The sound is a significant evolution from the first two Auteurs LPs, and is recognisably in the vein of the songwriting that was to shortly to appear on their After Murder Park LP (Haines' magnum opus).
The record has that distinctive analogue presence, and this re-pressing is nicely achieved.
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