Black Box Recorder - England Made Me (Hut) Luke Haines of the Auteurs is not a man of sunshine and laughter. His works of art include a track called Light Aircraft On Fire and a side-project named after ultra-left terrorists Baader Meinhof. And now, this one-off collaboration named after the machine that recorded the last screams of passengers before a plane plunges into oblivion. How cheerful. Former Jesus and Mary Chainer John Moore was partner-in-crime with Haines on England Made Me, but it was Auteur's dark hues that dominated. No seething riffs, no pedal-crazy tracks, just sober guitar pop tunes. But it is this placidity that haunts. Sarah Nixey's innocent vocals - sometimes brimming with tenderness - intones the most cold-blooded of Haines' lyrics. Hear her grim but calm flashback on life as death nears on Girl Singing In The Wreckage. So what has England done to make them that twisted? With people stuck between the Tories and Tory-like leftists and submerged in pseudo-summery muzak, read this album as 'England made me (rebel)'. And a good uprising they have created at that. Carry on the revolting revolution.