"One Little Indian releases this two-disc collection compiling the band's singles and EPs from the Eighties to the early Nineties. British dream pop duo Alex Ayuli and Rudy Tambala formed in East London in 1986, deriving their band name partially from their own first names. They released 3 studio albums, with the last, 'New Clear Child', released in 1994. As well as A.R. Kane, Ayuli and Tambala were also part of the M/A/R/R/S collective, who were responsible for the classic 1987 number 1 single 'Pump Up The Volume'." (label info) "It is tempting to describe A.R. Kane as the great lost group of the 1980s. Not only were A.R. Kane renowned and revered, but, in certain quarters, they were regarded and written up as one of the central groups of their era. The singles and albums received rave reviews. Their faces appeared on the front covers of the British music weekly papers. Sixty nine, their debut album, topped the independent charts in the summer of 1988." (Simon Reynolds)
soon in stock - please pre-order | UK| 2012| ONE LITTLE INDIAN | 18.90

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