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Baader Meinhof was a one-off project of the Auteurs' Luke Haines, who enlisted a clutch of studio associates old and new (producer Phil Vinall, cellist James Banbury) to record 1996's Baader Meinhof, a record that mixed themes of the '70s German urban terrorist group it took its name from with some bizarre avant-funk. As a tangent to Haines' primary outlet in the Auteurs, the Baader Meinhof record was recorded quite cheaply but is nonetheless a valuable link in Haines' long and winding productive road, which would eventually include Black Box Recorder and material released under his own name.

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