The Drill is the eighth studio album by the British post-punk group Wire. All tracks written by Wire. In Every City?" – 5:21. What's Your Desire?" – 4:51. (A Berlin) Drill" – 5:26. Do You Drive? (Turn Your Coat)" – 4:52. Jumping Mint?" – 5:56. Did You Dugga?" – 5:48.
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.
Tracks 2,3,5-8 recorded at Worldwide International, London 1989 Track 1 recorded at Worldwide International, London 1990. All songs published by Mute Song This collection of recordings represent an exploration of 'DUGGA' - . monophonic monorhythmic repetition. 1991 Mute Records Ltd. Typo on Backsleeve: Garreth Jones instead of Gareth Jones. The Drill (Box, Comp, Ltd + 3xLP, Album + 7", Single). 7 STUMM 74. UK. 1991. The Drill (Cass, Album).
Wire take their 70's inventiveness with their post-hiatus progressive sound to create something unlike what they've done before and it still manages to retain all values of Wire's music. In 1986 Wire released their first piece of music for over five years, the EP 'SnakeDrill', from which the song 'Drill' was issued. This release reworks and re-evaluates that song in very unique pieces. Like their IBTABA project, some tracks are studio remixes of live tracks, while others are entirely in-studio reworkings. I haven't heard this album, although I highly recomend the album "The Ideal Copy" that the song Drill originally came from. Lucia was formerly a member of a BAND called Drill which released a self titled album in the mid-90's. She then joined KMFDM/MDFMK and is supposedly working on a solo album.
Built on a paradigmatic Wire rhythm affectionately known as "dugga," "Drill" was born during rehearsals for the band's 1985 return to live performance. A first studio recording appeared on Snakedrill (1986), but in concert the track began to mutate, in both its arrangement and duration (lasting from five to 30 minutes). Inspired by "Drill"'s metamorphoses, in 1989 Wire decided to continue the process in the studio, beyond the constraints imposed by simple live configurations of guitar, bass, and drums. Additionally, the project was approached as a means.
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|A1||In Every City?|
|A2||What's Your Desire?|
|A3||Arriving / Staying / Going?|
|A4||(A Berlin) Drill|
|B1||Do You Drive? (Turn Your Coat)|
|B3||Did You Dugga?|
|B4||Where Are You Now?|
|A Bell Is A Cup (Until It Is Struck)|
|C1||Silk Skin Paws|
|C2||The Finest Drops|
|C3||The Queen Of Ur And The King Of Um|
|C4||Free Falling Divisions|
|C5||It's A Boy|
|D3||Come Back In Two Halves|
|D4||Follow The Locust|
|D5||A Public Place|
|E5||It's A Boy|
|In Every City? (Remix)|
|G||In Every City? (Drill Edit)
Remix – Paul Kendall
|H||(A Chicago) Drill (Edit)|
|STUMM 74||Wire||The Drill (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 74||UK||1991|
|CDSTUMM 74, CDSTUMM74||Wire||The Drill (CD, Album)||Mute, Mute||CDSTUMM 74, CDSTUMM74||UK||1991|
|C STUMM 74||Wire||The Drill (Cass, Album)||Mute||C STUMM 74||UK||1991|
|INT 146.869, STUMM 74||Wire||The Drill (LP, Album)||Mute, Mute||INT 146.869, STUMM 74||Germany||1991|
|9 61103-2||Wire||The Drill (CD, Album)||Mute||9 61103-2||US||1991|