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English Singer-Songwriter Luke Haines has had his name on the periphery of the Britsh music scene since the later part of the 1980's and early 1990's due to his work with various groups including "The Servants" and "The Auteurs". Though it wasn't until 2001 that the enigmatic Englishman first got around to releasing a debut solo album, with the release of "Christie Malry's Own Double Entry OST" (for the the movie of the same name). Just a month after the release of "Christie Malry's Own Double Entry OST", Haines got around to realeasing his second solo album "The Oliver Twist Manifesto". Unlike his debut that ... Read the complete review
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