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Long-awaited 2008 studio album by UK indie darlings Cranes, whose creative output has spanned over fifteen years and nine studio albums. The duo that became Cranes can look back at a body of work that split into two distinct eras. The music from the '90s had a peculiar intensity, which seemed incongruous at the time. Their early fans included John Peel, the legendary Joy Division producer Martin Hannett and Robert Smith, who asked them to open for the Cure on many an international tour. The new album's otherworldly tonal beauty will continue to see them existing outside of the mainstream, slightly disconnected but able to offer a very beautiful, one-of-a-kind vision of life in the twenty first century. 11 tracks. Dadaphonic.
Long-awaited 2008 studio album by UK indie darlings Cranes, whose creative output has spanned over fifteen years and nine studio albums. The duo that became Cranes can look back at a body of work that split into two distinct eras. The music from the '90s had a peculiar intensity, which seemed incongruous at the time. Their early fans included John Peel, the legendary Joy Division producer Martin Hannett and Robert Smith, who asked them to open for the Cure on many an international tour. The new album's otherworldly tonal beauty will continue to see them existing outside of the mainstream, slightly disconnected but able to offer a very beautiful, one-of-a-kind vision of life in the twenty first century. 11 tracks. Dadaphonic.
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Format: CD
Label: DADP
Catalog: 1425106
Rel. Date: 02/17/2009
UPC: 666017194622

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Artist: Cranes
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Long-awaited 2008 studio album by UK indie darlings Cranes, whose creative output has spanned over fifteen years and nine studio albums. The duo that became Cranes can look back at a body of work that split into two distinct eras. The music from the '90s had a peculiar intensity, which seemed incongruous at the time. Their early fans included John Peel, the legendary Joy Division producer Martin Hannett and Robert Smith, who asked them to open for the Cure on many an international tour. The new album's otherworldly tonal beauty will continue to see them existing outside of the mainstream, slightly disconnected but able to offer a very beautiful, one-of-a-kind vision of life in the twenty first century. 11 tracks. Dadaphonic.
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