Burning Airlines were an American rock band from Washington, D.C.. J. Robbins and Bill Barbot of Jawbox formed the band with Peter Moffett, formerly of Government Issue, in 1997. The band released two full-length albums, a self-titled 7" and "split" releases with At the Drive-In and Braid.
The band's name is taken from a Brian Eno song, "Burning Airlines Give You So Much More" from his 1974 album Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy).
Robbins and Barbot had been jamming with Moffett while their band Jawbox was still active, briefly considering him to fill in after drummer Zach Barocas' departure. However, this lineup was not to be, and Jawbox called it quits shortly thereafter. Taking their name from a Brian Eno song, Burning Airlines quickly released their first 7", and shortly thereafter their debut CD "Mission: Control!" was released in 1999 on DeSoto Records.
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Альбомы и синглы:
- Carnival / Scissoring [1998, сингл]
- Polyvinyl CD Single Series 004 [27.10.1998, сингл]
- Mission: Control! [23.02.1999, альбом]
- At the Drive-In / Burning Airlines [2000, сингл]
- Identikit [2001, альбом]
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