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  1. Black Box Recorder were an English indie rock debuted in with England Made Me and followed this up with The Facts of Life, which gave them their first hit with the single of the same name in April Their third album, Passionoia, was released in There is also a compilation album, The Worst of Black Box Recorder, a collection of B-sides, cover versions and Indie pop, indie rock, synth-pop, spoken word.
  2. Feb 07,  · referencing The Facts Of Life, CD, Album, TWA36CD This is top-notch Black Box Recorder. They have their ideal sound on this record, lovely sexual references, perfect rhymes, and /5(85).
  3. "The Facts of Life", Black Box Recorder's second album, follows suite in their amazing debut of twisted nursery rhymns, "England Made Me". This is certainly an album to be cherished in one's cd collection - the lyrics are clever and provocative, the music is soothing and intelligent and the mixture can leave the listener awe struck/5(22).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Black Box Recorder - The Facts Of Life at Discogs. Complete your Black Box Recorder collection.4/5(21).
  5. The Facts Of Life Lyrics: Do do do, do do do / Do do do, do do do / When boys are just eleven they begin to grow in height / At a faster rate than they have done before / They develop curiosity.
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  7. Black Box Recorder, Phil Vinall: Black Box Recorder chronology; England Made Me () The Facts of Life () The Worst of Black Box Recorder () The Facts of Life is the second studio album by English indie rock band Black Box Recorder, released on 1 .
  8. As an experiment in corrupting teenagers, Black Box Recorder‘s second album, The Facts Of Life, works remarkably well. It features songs with sounds and arrangements which, with just a little more effort, could pass for Billie Piper or All Saints, but that dark undertone inherent in everything Luke Haines gets involved with prevails through the sweet melodies and hourglass singer Sarah Nixey.