Thomas Leer

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Thomas Leer pioneered the idea of making music in one's bedroom using drum-machines and electronic keyboards on the single Private Plane (Oblique, 1978) and the album The Bridge (1979), a collaboration with avantgarde composer Robert Rental, that featured both songs (Monochrome Days) and sonic experiments. Subsequent EPs and albums kept refining the idea, but Leer was fundamentally a limited songwriter Don't, 1981; Letter From America, 1981; All About You, 1982; Soul Gypsy, 1982; International, 1985).

Contradictions (Cherry Red, 2008) is an anthology. Private Plane" and International.

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