Les Disques du Crepuscule
Release date: 1988
Broken Fingers is Blaine L. Reininger's first solo album for Les Disques du Crépuscule, recorded in Brussels in February 1982 with assistance from fellow Tuxedomoon members Peter Principle and Steven Brown. The 5 bonus tracks on this digital remaster include both sides of non-album single Magnetic Life, and rare versions of solo Blaine songs performed by Tuxedomoon.
Original artwork by Saskia Lupini.
1. Broken Fingers
2. Nur Al Hajj
3. Magic Time
4. Petit Piece Chinoise
5. Right Mind
6. Greasy Gigolo
7. Spiny Doughboys
8. Sons of the Silent Age
10. Les Nuages
11. Magnetic Life
12. Playin' Your Game
13. Birthday Song (Tuxedomoon demo 1983)
14. Nur Al Hajj (Tuxedomoon live 1988)
15. Broken Fingers (Tuxedomoon live 1982)
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