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Baader Meinhof


Baader Meinhof was a one-off task from the Auteurs’ Luke Haines, who enlisted a clutch of studio room associates aged and new (maker Phil Vinall, cellist Wayne Banbury) to record 1997’s Baader Meinhof, an archive that mixed styles from the ’70s German urban terrorist group it took its name from with some bizarre avant-funk. Like a tangent to Haines’ main outlet within the Auteurs, the Baader Meinhof record was documented quite cheaply but is definitely nonetheless a very important hyperlink in Haines’ very long and winding effective street, which would ultimately include Black Package Recorder and materials released under his personal name.

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Awards Bambi - German actress
Music Songs Baader Meinhof, Meet Me at the Airport, There's Gonna Be an Accident, Mogadishu, Theme From "Burn Warehouse Burn", GSG-29, ....It's a Moral Issue, Back on the Farm, Kill Ramirez
Nominations Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film, European Film Award for Best Actor, German Film Award for Best Feature Film, German Film Award for Best Direction, German Film Award for Best Leading Actress, European Film Academy Prix D’Excellence, German Film Award for Best Costume Design

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