69 (album)
69 is the debut album by British band A.R. Kane, released in 1988 on Rough Trade Records and produced by the band with additional co-production from Ray Schulman. 69 developed the experimental "dream pop" style pioneered by the group, incorporating elements of dub, acid rock, jazz, electronic music, and pop while drawing disparate comparisons to the work of artists such as Miles Davis, Can, Arthur Russell, and Cocteau Twins. Music critic Martin C. Strong described the album's sound as "hard to pigeonhole yet seminal nevertheless."
69 (album)
69 is the debut album by British band A.R. Kane, released in 1988 on Rough Trade Records and produced by the band with additional co-production from Ray Schulman. 69 developed the experimental "dream pop" style pioneered by the group, incorporating elements of dub, acid rock, jazz, electronic music, and pop while drawing disparate comparisons to the work of artists such as Miles Davis, Can, Arthur Russell, and Cocteau Twins. Music critic Martin C. Strong described the album's sound as "hard to pigeonhole yet seminal nevertheless."