As Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan, Gordon Chapman-Fox has explored the utopian dreams of 1970s town planning over the course of five albums. His latest release, ‘Your Community Hub’, completes his transformation from wry hauntologist to strident political commentator 

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