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‘It has never been more pertinent’ – Margaret Atwood on the chilling genius of Laurie Anderson’s Big Science – The Guardian

The seminal album, with its extraordinary hit single O Superman, was unlike anything the writer had ever heard. As Bad Science returns, Atwood pays tribute to its…

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MusicThe seminal album, with its extraordinary hit single O Superman, was unlike anything the writer had ever heard. As Bad Science returns, Atwood pays tribute to its prophetic dissection of 80s America
Here come the planes. Theyre American planes! Musicologists and the less young will recognise those lines, which are from Laurie Andersons 1981 unlikely voice-synthesiser hit O Superman. This song, if it is one try humming it in the shower led to Andersons first multi-song album, 1982s Big Science.

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