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I Should Have Known Better - Wire - 154 (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download I Should Have Known Better - Wire - 154 (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1979
Label: Harvest - 3C 062-07097 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Punk, Experimental


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8 Comments

  1. Gardatilar Permalink
    Apr 13,  · "Map Ref 41N 93W" is a classic pop song, catchy and quirky, while "I Should Have Known Better" is one of the finest bitter love songs ever written, with superbly poignant and very pointed lyrics sung with true emotion evident. This album is one of the true classics and influenced thousands of subsequent pieces of music. Timeless and breathtaking/5().
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  2. Shakasida Permalink
    Apr 13,  · referencing , LP, Album + 7", EP, SHSP , 0C - 07 Wire is to all intent & purposes the future of music & still sounds cutting edge 40 years later no mean feat. Punk energy with an almost wilful experimental edge but still in tight arrangements/5(K).
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  3. Gamuro Permalink
    '' remains for me their most complete LP, as great as many albums of this era - 'Unknown Pleasures', 'Metal Box', 'Cut', 'Secondhand Daylight','Entertainment!','Fear of Music', 'Dub Housing', 'The Only Fun in Town', 'The Scream' etc. Lewis' opener 'I Should Have Known Better' is a different kind of angular pop, a building melancholy /5(90).
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  4. Kagagor Permalink
    '' remains for me their most complete LP, as great as many albums of this era - 'Unknown Pleasures', 'Metal Box', 'Cut', 'Secondhand Daylight','Entertainment!','Fear of Music', 'Dub Housing', 'The Only Fun in Town', 'The Scream' etc. Lewis' opener 'I Should Have Known Better' is a different kind of angular pop, a building melancholy /5(87).
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  5. Muramar Permalink
    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. Beginning with the sinister I Should Have Known Better a song that has so little to do with the same-titled .
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  6. Tygoran Permalink
    The limited edition vinyl release of Tomboyis a four-LP set, including the entire album on two discs with the Tomboy single mixes and several unreleased instrumentals, a cappellas, as well as the single “The Preakness” and a page art book. And, just to make you feel like a philanthropist, all proceeds of the limited edition LP go to the.
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  7. Akidal Permalink
    Oct 19,  · White’s second solo album did so well on the vinyl charts during it’s opening week in that it actually set the opening sales record for most vinyl sales of an album since Nielsen started.
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  8. Nisho Permalink
    Dec 15,  · Jazz just works better on vinyl. Like classical, there is no definitive jazz album (although some might disagree with Miles Davis’ “Kind of .
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