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Trivia / Rob Dougan

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  • Call to Agriculture: He has apparently semi-retired from music to make wine instead.
  • Executive Meddling: Averted. One of the reasons that Furious Angels took so long to make was that Rob decided he didn't want to deal with this and so made - and funded - it himself without label backing. And those orchestras don't come cheap.
  • Hitless Hit Album: Furious Angels was this when it came out. A couple of years later, a reissue of "Clubbed to Death" hobbled into the top 30, but it was never a huge hit single.
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  • Reclusive Artist: though he does post on Twitter from time to time.
  • The Shelf of Music Languishment: One of the few things Rob is known to have done since Furious Angels is a remix of Frank Sinatra's "That's Life" (complete with newly-recorded orchestra). However, the Sinatra remix project for which was commissioned was abandoned and the track has never seen the light of day.

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