Aztec Camera were a Scottish New Wave band from the town of East Kilbride, near Glasgow, formed in 1980 and centred around teenage singer-songwriter Roddy Frame. Their album Love was among the nominations for Best British Album at the 1989 BRIT Awards.
Other articles related to "aztec camera":
... Love is the third album by Scottish group Aztec Camera, released in November 1987 on the WEA label ... It failed to do so, but did become Aztec Camera's most commercially successful album in the United Kingdom, where it reached #10 on the albums chart ...
... involved with Postcard Records, and his band Aztec Camera began to record a string of low budget singles such as "Just Like Gold" and "Mattress of Wire" ... In 1983, Aztec Camera released High Land, Hard Rain, their first album on Rough Trade Records, though this did not include the first two Postcard singles ... It featured the hit single "Oblivious", and Aztec Camera were recognised as one of the key acts on the Rough Trade label ...
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“The camera is a killing chamber, which speeds up the time it claims to be conserving. Like coffins exhumed and prised open, the photographs put on show what we were and what we will be again.”
—Peter Conrad (b. 1948)