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Change Becomes Us

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Doubles & Trebles
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Keep Exhaling
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Adore Your island
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Re-Invent Your Second Wheel
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Stealth of a Stork
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B/W Silence
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Time Lock Fog
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Magic Bullet
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Eels Sang
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Love Bends
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As We Go
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& Much Besides
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Attractive Space
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 48:36

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so good!

woodsport

i'm in awe that these guys are still making such incredible music. this is so catchy and angsty!

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adore this island

Drooch

I would have thought it all but impossible to match, let alone exceed, Red Barked Tree, but that's what they've done. Brilliant, bracing, habit-forming in the best way.

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154-ish

permafrost154

A wonderful, proggy, art-rock recording that has me more engaged than anything Wire's done since 154. And that is saying one fuck of a lot. My 'Best of 2013 so far'.

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Icon: Wire

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