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The House Of Love

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  • Jon Gordon
    I think I need to say that my article about the House Of Love is a purely objective response to the chance discovery of a bootleg recording of a band I only
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 4, 2008
      I think I need to say that my article about the House Of Love is a purely objective response to the chance discovery of a bootleg recording of a band I only really know of through their radio play (mostly on the UK station Virgin), as opposed to a reappraisal of Thew House Of Love as a credible force in late 80s music.
       
      There are copies of deletions and rarities circulating amongst specialist auction sites, not all of these too unfairly priced either. You might find these sites prefer selling music to buying though.
       
      As far as any of this relates to the Creation back catalogue, I can never help wondering if something similar to what happened with Factory Records - entire lable deleted and master tapes destroyed - might ever happen with Creation. I mean, New Orders 1st album wasn't THAT bad a record -
       
      http://www.thisisnottv.co.uk to read my review of what was a stellar performance from House Of Love at the 1989 Reading Festival -

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