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1) Howard Phillips Lovecraft, (August 20, 1890 – March 15, 1937) was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction, especially the subgenre known as weird fiction.

2) H.P. Lovecraft was an American psychedelic rock group of the 1960s and 1970s who took their name from the eponymous horror writer.

n.b. See also the several artists under the name Lovecraft.

1) Howard Phillips Lovecraft's guiding literary principle was what he termed "cosmicism" or "cosmic horror", the idea that… read more

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  • Love both the author and the band! But if I listened to audio books I probably wouldn't scrobble them. No need for people to be dicks about it though. Enjoy life while you're here, you'll last longer.
  • is about music, not about books, so these insults on band are ridiculous.
  • Audio books are for lazy twats [x3]
  • V Nej. It's just nice to have someone reading Lovecraft to you before bedtime.
  • Audio books are for lazy twats [1]
  • For people listening to Lovecraft audiobooks who don't want it scrobbling here, just change the artist name to "H. P. Lovecraft" with a space between H. and P. That will scrobble it to the page for the author.
  • Poor Lovecraft :(
  • Jeez! I listen to the author and get scrobbles here. So Legioona, RussellChap, especially WolfMasterZero etc. must think me a lazy horrible person. So maybe listening to a book is not as intellectual as reading a book. But I dare anyone to say that listening to a book is less intelligent than listening to a band. I love listening to Lovecraft the author, the person, the original and if people have a problem with that here. Well.... I hope you signed on to Obamacare or live in Europe because your shrink bills are gonna be big. Why is listening to books worse than listening to music?? I like both. I respect those listening to the band if they respect those listening to the original Lovecraft
  • @Legioona No, the real problem is clearly that people want to talk/read about a band on a music site. How dare they?

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