Ooh, it seems to be becoming a bit of a music day: Mark E Smith reading Lovecraft (via k-punk; the excellent The Fall online is always worth a visit too).
Pretty sure there was a Mark E. Smith solo album from some time in the early 2000s (or late 1990s?) which was him reading Lovecraft. Ah, here it is: The Post Nearly Man, from 1998, a bit before the latest Lovecraft revival. Time flies . . .
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