Actually, Blue Aeroplanes were one helluva lot more than just an unfashionable guitar band – they took elements of rock’n’roll, folk, poetry, scratch ‘n’ sampling, avant-garde art and more besides and mixed them up with sheer physical exuberance. Blue Aeroplanes came from Bristol and were led by Gerard Langley, an English graduate and a fantastic poet. These are their second and third albums respectively. The second one, “Tolerance” (1986), is a great record made cheaply and cannot pass without mention of the truly corking “Ups”, an echo-laden blueprint for indie-dance. Their third one, “Spitting Out Miracles” (1987), is a superb record made inexpensively and the band’s first real masterpiece. Both records bear witness to a truly incomparable band.
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