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• The Auteurs fourth and ultimately final album, “How I Learned To Love The Bootboys” was released in July 1999, a 3-year gap since their previous release, “After Murder Park”. A period during which Luke Haines released albums as part of Black Box Recorder and under the guise of Baader Meinhof.
• “On listening to ‘…Bootboys’ again, I’m actually surprised how focused it sounds. There’s a straightforward ‘pop side’ and an unstraightforward ‘experimental’ side. My only regret is not putting more on the album – really stretching it out and making it a sprawling double, songs like ‘Breaking Up’ and ‘Get Wrecked At Home’ were far too good for B-sides.” – Luke Haines 2014
• This vinyl re-issue is on heavyweight 180gsm vinyl and includes an MP3 download card.
NB: This product is released October 13th and will not be dispatched before this date.
1. THE RUBETTES
3. HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE THE BOOTBOYS
4. YOUR GANG, OUR GANG
5. SOME CHANGES
1. JOHNNY & THE HURRICANES
2. THE SOUTH WILL RISE AGAIN
3. ASTI SPUMANTE
4. SICK OF HARI KRISNA
5. LIGHTS OUT
6. FUTURE GENERATION
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