Ambitious - Wire - The Ideal Copy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The album peaked at No in the Billboard chart, and made No on the Country album chart that same year. Promoting the album proved difficult, as A&M contractually was unable to use the names.
  2. Get all the lyrics to songs on The Ideal Copy and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  3. LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Wire Format: Vinyl. out but keep a sense of deep reality that only Wire can perfect in a song. 'Ambitious' and 'Cheeking Tongues' focus more heavily on guitar, and keep a higher tempo than the rest of the album, but don't stray far from the electronic-tinged atmosphere. Those who like the pre-industrial /5(25).
  4. Mar 11,  · Wire will release the vinyl-only LP '' this spring and have previewed it with the song "Small Black Reptile." The band will issue the vinyl-only on Record Store and The Ideal.
  5. Live albums. Document and Eyewitness () It's All in the Brochure () Wire on the Box: () The Scottish Play: () Live at the Roxy, London – April 1st & 2nd /Live at CBGB Theatre, New York – July 18th () Legal Bootleg Series: Bradford University () Legal Bootleg Series: Astoria.
  6. 'Feed Me' is my favorite Wire track sung by bassist Graham Lewis--it's a scary, desperate song that conjures mental pictures of a frozen wasteland. 'Ambitious' is a great, dance-y rock song from which the album derives its title("The ideal copy is what you want/When you aren't, it makes you am"). 'Cheeking Tongues' is a nice, accelerated short piece.
  7. Feb 22,  · Wire ~ The Ideal Copy ~ ~ Track 5 ~ Ambitious.
  8. The final studio album by Wire’s Mark I was titled for the number of gigs the group had played. (The CD reissue includes an EP of experimental tracks originally released as a bonus with the vinyl LP.) Taken together, these first three albums are evidence of an amazing amount of growth in less than three years.
  9. Finding its footing in dark, edgy dance rhythms and ominous digital textures, The Ideal Copy is experimental and forward-thinking, spanning from the buzzing melodies of "Ahead" and "Ambitious" to the taut minimalism of "Feed Me"; the record has its flaws, but its restless creative spirit and refusal to rest on past glories make it one of the few reunion efforts that actually matters.

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