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  1. Akiktilar Reply

    Pink Flag / Chairs Missing / Wire ~ Release group by Wire. Overview; Aliases; Tags; Details; Edit; Album + Compilation. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; Pink Flag / Chairs Missing / Wire 3×CD: 23 + 18 + XE ; EMI (EMI Records, since ) 5 2 0: Relationships.

  2. Vizil Reply

    May 24,  · Wire’s third album, named because that was how many live gigs the band had played at the time of the release, followed in the directions opened up by Chairs Missing the previous year. One obvious distinction is that the songs are longer, with only four of the album’s 13 tracks in the 2-minute range.

  3. Dashicage Reply

    Pink Flag//Chairs Missing, an album by Wire on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

  4. Musar Reply

    Jul 17,  · The band's third album, , is perhaps the least regarded of this trio, but it offers just as much to listeners enthralled by Pink Flag and Chairs Missing 10/

  5. Kezragore Reply

    From 's Pink Flag to the band's most recent albums, Wire, Silver/Lead, and 's Mind Hive, legendary art-combo Wire have created a unique body of work. Subverting genres, Colin Newman, Graham Lewis, Robert Grey and Matthew Simms continue to work on new material, regularly confounding expectations.

  6. Faejinn Reply

    May 05,  · Those albums-- Pink Flag, Chairs Missing, and -- still sound remarkably fresh, and have been re-mastered and reissued with their original vinyl tracklistings, both individually and as part of a.

  7. Mezizragore Reply

    Jun 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - WIRE (Colin Newman) - (Full Album Bonus) YouTube Sonic Youth - Live in Germany (Full Show) - .

  8. Dukree Reply

    In , they followed up their first two great albums, the seminal "Pink Flag" and "Chairs Missing", both rock and rolling punk masterpieces, with "", an album that switched gears, and violently at that. It was truly art speaking up for itself and challenging fans to accept that Wire would not be a one trick pony/5(87).

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