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21st Century Man

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Surburban Morning
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Peter Hammill
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Klaus Kinski
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Love Letter To London
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Wot A Rotter
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Our Man In Buenos Aires
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Russian Futurists Black Out The Sun
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English Southern Man
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White Konky Afro
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21st Century Man
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 37:05

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Best since Auteurs.

Ejival

This time Haines comes up with the goods and proves he is still a relevant writer that carries more than his usual sardonic wit. A consistent album from start to finish. My only beef is with the title track, a shameless homage (or rip off, depending on your pov) to Denim's 'The Osmonds'.

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Return to Form?

ScissorMan

If you liked the Auteurs, but feel that Haines' work since then has been maybe a bit too electronic or uninspired, you'll be pleasantly surprised by this album. This is a fully-realized production with guitars, real drums, real arrangements, and quality songs, solid all the way through (still, the best song may be track 8, "English Southern Man"). It doesn't rock quite as hard as the first three Auteurs albums, but it's better than the fourth, and at least as good as the Baader-Meinhof album.

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Luke Haines On His Great “Lost” Solo Album

By Luke Haines, Contributor

[Featuring savagely funny songs about Gary Glitter, Jonathan King and the music press, Luke Haines's third album, Off My Rocker at the Art School Bop, was an overlooked gem of 2006. To celebrate its digital reissue, we invited Haines — author of the brilliant memoir Bad Vibes: Britpop and My Part in its Downfall — to write about what happened to his great "lost" album. — Ed.] Things May Come And Things May Go But The… more »