Wire post new song + album details

2010-10-15 by Dave de Sylvia STAFF | 4 Comments
Legendary post-punk act Wire have posted a new song entitled 'Two Minutes' for free download at Pitchfork.com.

'Two Minutes' is taken from the forthcoming album Red Barked Tree, which is scheduled for release on January 10.

http://pitchfork.com/news/40407-wire-announce-new-album/

Tracklist:

1. Please Take
2. Now Was
3. Adapt
4. Two Minutes
5. Clay
6. Bad Worn Thing
7. Moreover
8. A Flat Tent
9. Smash
10. Down to This
11. Red Barked Trees

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PuddlesPuddles
October 15th 2010
4799 Comments


Hope this is goood

Song is pretty average thoughh

xfearbefore
October 15th 2010
1579 Comments


So my dick just got hard.

Digging: Witchfinder General - Death Penalty

Slipping Away
October 15th 2010
1260 Comments


pink flag, chairs missing and 154 are some of my favorite albums, don't know if i want this though

TheFrankBooth
October 16th 2010
10 Comments


The song was pretty good, hopefully their are better tracks on the album.



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