"The Blue Aeroplanes" are a Bristol-based rock group featuring Gerard Langley, whose poetic lyrics (largely spoken) were combined with a heavily guitar-influenced band to produce albums such as ''Swagger'', ''Tolerance'', and ''Beatsongs''. After ''Cavaliers/Roundheads'' was released in 2000 they had a lengthy break before re-releasing ''Swagger'' as a 2-CD deluxe version in January 2006 and announcing a new album ''Altitude'' due in the spring.
Blue Aeroplanes & Related Discography v3.0, 3/06
by Mitchell Dickerman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Originally adapted from 6/6/92 New Musical Express article,
thanks to Jeff Wright for sending it to me, Matthew Kaplan for the Rodney
Allen info, Jim Love for the Langley/Kearney info, and Alice for her version
of this discography.
1) "Bop Art", 2/84, LP, Party PART1; ?/85, LP, Abstract ABT009; 12/94, CD, Regeneration Records RGNR 4001
*Control Of Embassies
*Pinkies Hit The Union
*Gunning The Works
*Built In A Day
*Unsquare Dance CD only