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Club Members: Julianna Barwick's Favourite Albums
Gary Kaill , April 20th, 2016 09:59

From very long-term library loans and overnight camp-outs to chance shopping-mall buys and poster-based confusion, the composer gives Gary Kaill the stories behind 13 LPs she's listened to a "bazillion freaking times"


New Order – Power Corruption & Lies
I mean, I've fallen off in recent years but 'Age Of Consent' is probably still one of my top five songs. It's just a perfect song. They cut through to some degree in the States, at least as far as I could tell. 'Blue Monday' was everywhere, 'Bizarre Love Triangle' was everywhere. You'd hear New Order at the '80s dance nights I'd go to with all my derelict friends. I found this album on tape for a buck. I completely wore it out. I've still never seen them, which is ridiculous, but one of my friends saw them the other night in New York and she said it was great.