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Album Review

Not quite as good as 1989's Alexandria, and still well outclassed by his six albums as the leader of the Sound, but still very inspired work. Songcraft is a lost art, but Borland's always had it, and his lush, pretty, full-bodied backing tracks always bring out the best in his material. Brittle Heaven has 14 songs — one hour of finely woven tapestry, of gorgeous music.


Born: 06 December 1957 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

As one of the most intense, artistically accomplished, and unheralded talents of the punk school, singer/songwriter and guitarist Adrian Borland left behind a dense stockpile of excellent records under several guises. Prior to hitting his twenties, Borland formed the Outsiders in 1976, a band that released a couple of records and frequently gigged at the infamous Roxy club. The Outsiders morphed into the Sound, who released several records between 1979 and 1987 that deserved the popularity of Echo...
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