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Black Box Recorder are an indie pop/trip-hop group from London, England consisting of Sarah Nixey (vocals), Luke Haines (guitar, vocals) and John Moore (guitar, vocals). They debuted in 1998 with England Made Me, a collection of lyrically sophisticated pop tunes. They followed this up with The Facts of Life, which gave them their first hit with the single of the same name in April 2000. Their third album, Passionoia, was released in 2003. There is also a compilation album, The Worst of Black Box Recorder, a collections of B-sides, cover versions and remixes.
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16 January 2009
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13 January 2009
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Top 10 Tracks
1. Child Psychology
2. England Made Me
3. The Facts of Life
4. Girl Singing In The Wreckage
5. It's Only The End Of The World
6. The Art of Driving
7. Kidnapping An Heiress
8. Ideal Home
9. Hated Sunday
10. New Baby Boom

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