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ON February 23, 2015.

On February 23, 2015, “Test Card Recordings” label released “The Race for Space”, the second Public Service Broadcasting studio album. It was recorded in 2014, at “Jacamar Studios”, “The Pool Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios”, and was produced by J Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth.

Personnel:

  • J Willgoose, Esq. – guitars, synths, bass, banjo, percussion, sampling
  • Wrigglesworth – drums, vibraphone, handclaps
  • Richard Andrews – piano
  • Mircea Belei – viola
  • Leah Evans – cello
  • Clementine Vale – cello
  • Thomas Greed – violin
  • David Larkin – violin
  • Iain Maxwell – trombone
  • Christopher Smith – trombone 
  • John Moore – baritone saxophone
  • Guy Passey – alto saxophone
  • Sebastian Philpott – trumpet
  • Katherine Blamire – vocals
  • Jessica Davies – vocals
  • Kate Bishop – alto
  • Ruth Kiang – alto
  • Eleanor Minney – alto
  • Helen Parker – alto
  • Emma Brain-Gabbott – soprano
  • Joanna Forbes L’Estrange – soprano, chorus master
  • Chloë Morgan – soprano
  • Ann De Renais – soprano
  • Ben Fleetwood Smyth – tenor
  • Paul Grier – bass
  • James Mawson – bass
  • Joe Stoddart – bass
  • Lawrence Wallington – bass
  • Lawrence White – bass
  • Alex Parish – handclaps, “and tea”
  • Jonathan Sagis – handclaps
  • Sam Wheat – recorder, engineer
  • Joe Rubel – engineer
  • Matt Mysko – assistant engineer
  • Stefano Civetta – second assistant engineer
  • Jonathan Sagis – assistant engineer
  • Tim Young – mastering

Track listing:

  1. The Race for Space – John F. Kennedy’s September 1962 Speech (inspiring event)
  2. Sputnik – Sputnik 1 1957 – First satellite (inspiring event)
  3. Gagarin – Vostok 1 1961 – First human in space (inspiring event)
  4. Fire in the Cockpit – Apollo 1 disaster 1967 – First planned Apollo mission (inspiring event)
  5. E.V.A. – Voskhod 2 -1965 – First spacewalk (inspiring event)
  6. The Other Side – Apollo 8 – 1968 – First human orbit of the Moon (inspiring event)
  7. Valentina – Vostok 6 – 1963 – First woman and first civilian in space (inspiring event)
  8. Go! – Apollo 11 (1969 – First Moon landing by a crewed spacecraft (inspiring event)
  9. Tomorrow – Apollo 17 – 1972 – Final Apollo mission (inspiring event)

On July 5, 1999.

On July 5, 1999,“Hut” label released “How I Learned to Love the Bootboys”, the fourth and final The Auteurs album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Luke Haines, Pete Hofmann and Phil Vinall.

Personnel:

  • Luke Haines– vocal, guitar, keyboards
  • James Banbury – keyboards, programming, strings
  • Alice Readman – bass guitar
  • Barny C. Rockford – drums
  • Chris Wyles – drums
  • Sarah Nixey– backing vocals
  • John Moore – backing vocals
  • Theresa Whipple – viola
  • Abigail Trundle, Bern Davis – cello
  • Pete Hofmann – mixing
  • Rip – portrait photograph

Track listing:

All tracks by Luke Haines, except where noted.

  1. The Rubettes – Luke Haines, John Moore, Bickerton, Waddington
  2. 1967
  3. How I Learned to Love the Bootboys
  4. Your Gang, Our Gang
  5. Some Changes
  6. School
  7. Johnny and the Hurricanes
  8. The South Will Rise Again
  9. Asti Spumante – Luka Haines, S. Medway–Smith
  10. Sick of Hari Krisna
  11. Lights Out
  12. Future Generation