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Martin Hannett & Steve Hopkins - The Invisible Girls (2015)

4-03-2015, 11:38
Music | Rock | Alternative | Electronic

Martin Hannett & Steve Hopkins - The Invisible Girls (2015)

Artist: Martin Hannett & Steve Hopkins
Title Of Album: The Invisible Girls
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Factory Benelux
Genre: Alternative, Rock, Electronic, New Wave
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 73:38 min
Total Size: 168 MB


01. Scandinavian Wastes
02. Huddersfield Wastes
03. Toy Of a Toy
04. Time Is Slipping
05. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
06. Procession
07. Concorde Drone
08. Collective Project
09. First Aspect of the Same Thing
10. The Music Room
11. Second Aspect of the Same Thing
12. Space Music
13. Three Short Pieces for Trio
14. All Sorts of Heroes Pt1
15. All Sorts of Heroes Pt2
16. All Sorts of Heroes Pt3
17. All Sorts of Heroes Pt4
18. All Sorts of Heroes Pt5
19. All Sorts of Heroes Pt6
20. All Sorts of Heroes Pt7
21. All Sorts of Heroes Pt8
22. All Sorts of Heroes Pt9

In many ways, The Invisible Girls was one of the more curious products of the Factory Records production line. Initially founded by legendary producer Martin Hannett and keyboardist Steve Hopkins in 1978 to provide backing tracks for poet John Cooper Clarke, they went on to release a number of singles with singer/songwriter Pauline Murray. Intriguingly, this first retrospective ignores their work with Clarke and Murray, instead focusing on largely unreleased experiments that touch on ambient, jazz, wayward electronics, Section 22 style post-punk darkness, and occasional forays into dub disco-influenced new wave noodling. It's a fascinating collection, and includes a suite of tracks ("All Sorts of Heroes") that brilliantly pitches Hopkins' jazz-influenced piano playing against Hannett's vivid imagination with predictably thrilling results.

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