Laibach

With a penchant for cover versions, Laibach have subverted the likes of Queen, ‘The Sound Of Music’ and Bach, but their take on The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ scaled new heights. Co-producer Bertrand Burgalat recalls the fun and games

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