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Wire is the self-titled fourteenth studio album by British post-punk band Wire. It was released on 13 April 2015. The material on the album is a combination of songs which were written and performed live on tour preceding the recording and material written by Colin Newman just prior to entering the studio. The band chose eleven songs out of nineteen they’d been preparing, and Newman has stated that the band will issue the remaining material i. second release, probably early next year.
Wire - 1976 Demo (Full Album). Wire - Short Elevated Period. Walk The Wire - Walk The Wire 1994. Contents Gotobed left the band in 1990, after the release of the album Manscape. After his departure, the band dropped one letter from its name, becoming "Wir" (still pronounced "wire"), and released The First Letter in 1991.
What are the best albums by Wire? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Wire is ranked number 190 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 16,535. Members who like this artist also like: Tom Waits, Brian Eno and Talk Talk. Tenek - On the wire CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 3m 46s. Ships to: Worldwide. BE98) Yellow Wire, Where Is The Summer? - 2010 DJ CD Condition: Very Good.
15 tracks · 7 August 1978. On Returning (1977-1979). Wire on the Box: 1979. 20 tracks · 3 October 2004.
Given Wire’s long history, it must be tempting for them to create "just" another album. But there’s never been "just" another Wire album, really-their career has always produced as much brow-furrowing and head-scratching as immediate love. Then all those inclined end up loving it anyway, and then, another album. Following 2013’s Change Becomes Us, which re-worked early 1980s song sketches into full songs, Wire feels at first almost strangely normal
Instead, these shadings recall Wire's previous album of all-new material, Red Barked Tree, which tempered its explosions with more atmospheric evolutions of the sardonic, bittersweet post-punk-pop they pioneered in the '70s. Split Your Ends" picks up where droning, implosive Tree songs like "Down to This" left off; "Octopus" jangles instead of jabs; and "Joust & Jostle," perhaps the most quintessentially Wire song here, adds a psychedelic glaze to its barbs.