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  1. Artist: Wire Genre: Rock Release Date: 06/29/ Label: Pink Flag Catalog Number: 11R Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD Note: Reissue Remastered.
  2. Pink Flag is the first studio album by the English band Wire. It was released in November by Harvest lafapensaddmulsadasoundromicsankwal.coinfo the album failed to chart on its initial release, it has been widely acclaimed and is considered by critics and other commentators to have been highly influential on many other musicians since its release.
  3. Nov 01,  · Wire is an English rock band, formed in London in October by Colin Newman (vocals, guitar), Graham Lewis (bass, vocals), Bruce Gilbert (guitar), and Robert Gotobed (drums). They were originally associated with the punk rock scene, appearing on the Live at the Roxy WC2 album—a key early document of the scene—and were later central to.
  4. Pink Flag, an Album by Wire. Released in on Restless Retro (catalog no. 7 ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock, Art Punk.
  5. Pink Flag is the first studio album by the English band Wire. It was released in November by Harvest Records. Though the album failed to chart on its initial release, it has been widely acclaimed and is considered by critics and other commentators to have been highly influential on many other musicians since its release.
  6. Aug 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Labels Vinyl release of Pink Flag on Discogs. Label: Harvest - SHSP ,Harvest - 0C ,Harvest - SHSP (I) • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Green Labels • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, New Wave/5().
  7. Beats That Lyrics: If he had a room, he'd paint it white / Avoids the day, prefers the night / Build slight / Got a head for figures / No time for bickerers / Or so he says / Prefers the.
  8. Jul 06,  · Mirroring its suitably minimalist artwork, Pink Flag sounded condensed, bare, economical, a “singular minimalist aesthetic” according to Newman. 21 songs flew by in 35 minutes, including ‘ Beats That’, the chord changes were based on names of train stations between London and Watford.

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