A Touching Display - Wire - 154 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 's represented the final tableau in Wire's Harvest released 70's triptych and was the first Wire album to be released to a universal set of five star reviews from the British rock weeklies.
  2. Buy Wire by Wire on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP, CD. Almost four decades after the beginning of their career, London’s post-punk legends Wire release their self-titled (and fourteenth) studio album via their own Pink Flag label.
  3. LP centrepiece ‘A Touching Display’ clocks in just shy of the seven-minute mark. The song is the encapsulation of Wire’s experimentation and ambition: hark back a mere two years and their average song length was around one minute forty seconds and yet now they create this brooding monster without even batting an eyelid.
  4. Apr 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of on Discogs. Label: Harvest - SHSP ,Harvest - 0C - 07 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Vinyl 7 Wire - (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  5. A Touching Display Lyrics: With all the front and more besides / Bitch, thrust, and parry and a few asides / With considerable charm / You chose not to decide / I really like you, becomes my.
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  7. Track List [Disc 1] I Should Have Known Better Two People In A Room The 15th The Other Window Single K.O. A Touching Display On Returning [Disc 2] A Mutual Friend Blessed State Once Is Enough Map Ref. 41°N 93°W Indirect Enquiries 40 Versions Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti.
  8. Jan 24,  · Wire Narrate Dark Times Over Art-Punk Maximalism on ‘Mind Hive” The venerable avant-garde rockers expand their visions of devolution into a compact and .
  9. from finds Wire moving away from its punk roots toward darker, more experimental horizons. There is less overt anger and insolence than in the past, and in its place is plenty of dark weirdness. truly disturbing at certain points, this album is a challenging listen.

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