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9 thoughts on “ Bills Bunker - Luke Haines - New York In The 70s (CD, Album)

  1. New York in The '70s, an album by Luke Haines on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Bills Bunker. 7. Doll's Forever. 8. New York City Breakdown. 9.
  2. May 21,  · Published on May 21, Luke Haines' new album New York In The '70s is released on 26th May through Cherry Red Records. In an exclusive clip Luke discusses the creation of the sixth track.
  3. Luke Haines: New York In The ’70s ()CD/DL/Ltd edition vinyl LP Out May 19th. Described as “a mythic re-imagining of the New York rock’n’roll scene ” this is the first Luke Haines album for a while that will appeal to more than just his loyal fans or so Ged Babey Says.
  4. Luke Haines has pretty much been releasing a concept album a year for half a decade now, and he's keeping up that pace in with British Nuclear Bunkers.. After previewing the release with a.
  5. The album is the full-length follow-up to last year's New York in the '70s. The album has been recorded entirely using analogue synthesisers, with the only organic sounds being occasional vocals.
  6. Luke Haines New York In The 70's on Import Picture Disc LP. Following 's critically acclaimed Rock & Roll Animals, New York In The ‘70s is Luke Haines' (The Auteurs, Baader Meinhof) new concept album – a mythic re-imagining of the New York rock 'n' roll scene of New York In The ‘70s is the third and final part of Haines' psychedelic trilogy that began with 's 9 And A.
  7. Mar 01,  · UK Punk is also a miss, with Haines repeating the song’s title over excruciatingly grinding synths, while the psychedelic Bills Bunker does not quite capture the imagination like the rest of the album. Yet when Haines does get it right, New York In The ‘70s .
  8. May 19,  · UK Punk is also a miss, with Haines repeating the song’s title over excruciatingly grinding synths, while the psychedelic Bills Bunker does not quite capture the imagination like the rest of the album. Yet when Haines does get it right, New York In The ‘70s is a brilliantly witty and intoxicating listen.
  9. We recently published a review of Luke Haines’ (legendary front man of The Auteurs and Black Box Recorder) “New York In The ’70s” album to be read in tandem with this interview. “It’s an album that wears its heart on its sleeve, about the music that I loved and still love.” Luke Haines’s new album New York in the 70s is a warm, affectionate eulogy to the romance, glamour and.

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