Air - Virgin Suicides
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Release date: 03 March 2003
But, this aside, [B]'The Virgin Suicides'[/B] is [B]Godin[/B] and [B]Dunckel[/B] at their best - entirely removed from logic and gleefully, wickedly free to roam their own, unique world.
"Pretentious," once cooed Brian Eno - shiny-bonced pedagogue of all that is wibbly, experimental and 'difficult'- "is the most important thing we can be." And the ambient sage had a fair point. While pretension in pop music has long been associated with noodlesome self-indulgence and ego-driven exhibitionism, Eno preferred to see it as a productive,...
- Feb 24, 2000
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Playground Love (With Gordon Tracks)
- Clouds Up
- Bathroom Girl
- Cemetary Party
- Dark Messages
- The Word Hurricane
- Dirty Trip
- Highschool Lover
- Afternoon Sister
- Ghost Song
- Empty House
- Dead Bodies
- Suicide Underground
Dead Air makes people stop listening
- Mar 2, 2007
They’re not just for dinner parties, they’re for life...
- Jan 30, 2004
Air remix album. Careful now...
- Feb 12, 2002
French duo to hit the road in March
Electronica duo will finish up their Euro tour in UK capital
'Love 2' comes out on October 6
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