Landscape
Landscape

Landscape

About Landscape

England's Landscape were a cutting-edge new wave outfit, known for their wry, often humorous, concept-driven synth pop. Emerging in the late '70s, Landscape broke through with their 1981 album From the Tea-Rooms of Mars...To the Hell-Holes of Uranus, which featured the hits "Einstein a G-Go" and "Norman Bates." Following 1982's Manhattan Boogie Woogie they parted ways.

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