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Wire

Wire are a post-punk/punk outfit. Their music is aggressive, angst-ridden and raw. Abrasive guitar riffs, hard hitting drums, and loud bass lines create loud, boisterious post-punk tunes. Most of Wire's songs only last about one to two minutes long because they usually stopped writing a song when they got tired of playing that perticular riff or ran out of lyrics.

Similar Bands: Gang of Four, The Jam, Television, Magazine, Talking Heads

LPs
Wire
2015

3.1
24 Votes
Change Becomes Us
03/25/2013

3.4
39 Votes
Red Barked Tree
2011

2.9
56 Votes
Object 47
2008

2.8
33 Votes
Send
2003

3
32 Votes
It's Beginning To And Back Again
1989

2.1
25 Votes
A Bell Is A Cup Until It Is Struck
1988

3.2
36 Votes
The Ideal Copy
1987

2.7
34 Votes
154
1979

4.1
199 Votes
Chairs Missing
1978

4.2
283 Votes
Pink Flag
1977

4.3
572 Votes
EPs
Nocturnal Koreans
2016

3.2
9 Votes
Read And Burn 03
2007

3.1
6 Votes
Snakedrill
1986

3.2
3 Votes
Live Albums
Live at CBGB Theatre, New York (1978)
2006

1.3
2 Votes
Live at the Roxy, London (1977)
2006

1.5
2 Votes
Document and Eyewitness
1981

3.5
4 Votes

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