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Revolutionary Army Of The Infant Jesus - Mirror album review

Album Review

Vinyl reissue for Liverpudlian early-90s obscuro-classic

One of the least expected comebacks in recent years saw the return of Revolutionary Army Of The Infant Jesus, whose 2015 album Beauty Will Save The World was their first in two decades.

Between 1987 and 1995, the collective issued a handful of wilfully unclassifiable recordings, their music informed by psychedelia, ritualistic folk music, Christian liturgies and soundtracks from European arthouse cinema (indeed, they took their name from the fictional terrorist group in Luis Buñuel’s final work, That Obscure Object Of Desire).

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