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The Wireless

by The Wireless

The Wireless -a 4 piece Rock/Top 40 band all original tracks-likened to early Jeff Buckley/Stone Roses-Dylanesque,but unique
Genre: Pop: 90's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. 21st Century Blues
3:50 album only
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2. Ghost of Altamont
4:20 album only
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3. As the Hour Goes Round
4:06 album only
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4. Black Sand
3:37 album only
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5. Three A.m.(tow the Line)
4:06 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Wireless, named after the old fashioned style of radio, have been play-listed three times on alternative radio, and have enjoyed high rotation.
Forming around a shared appreciation of Radiohead, other influences quickly appeared in the sound. Jeff Buckley rose from the Wolf River, Bob Dylan's highway 61 was revisited, and The Stone Roses had a third coming.
Within a short time the band was performing to a loyal following, and members of the audience were often approaching Nick, the front-man, to ask him about snatches of imagery in the lyrics they had been able to glean over the squall of John Palmer's guitar, the thud of Michael Brennan's kick drum, and the bass playing of Matt Shanks.
After a brief hiatus; (exams, holidays, moving house) the band has added an electronic dimension to the sound, and is looking forward to making more recordings.
People often talk of a tipping point when they listen to the songs; that behind the initial sun-shot pop sound there are lyrics and complex imagery that makes quite an impression.
I hope you enjoy.

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