This British foursome turned out some of the most astute punk anthems of the late ’70s. They took a break from each other in 1980, explored the ambient-to-experimental side of things on their own, then regrouped in ‘85, a cerebral, complex, and vastly different band. On 1985-1990: The A List They’ve traded in simple punk riffs for subtle, fluid pop, but unfortunately sacrificed their most compelling element — gripping angst — along the way. B
1985-1990: The A ListThis British foursome turned out some of the most astute punk anthems of the late '70s. They took a break from each other in 1980, explored the ambient...1985-1990: The A ListRockThis British foursome turned out some of the most astute punk anthems of the late '70s. They took a break from each other in 1980, explored the ambient...1993-05-21
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Mute
Posted May 21 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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