Illuminated - Wire - The Drill (Box Set, LP, Album)

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Special Order A Special Order item is an item that we do not stock but can order from the manufacturer. Typical order times are located within the product description. UPC: Current Stock:. Special Limited Time Pricing! The Who stands alone in rock music. Together, the four divergent personalities of The Who produced a hurricane.

Each of them was a pioneer. Wildman drummer Keith Moon beat his kit with a chaotic elegance; stoic bassist John Entwistle held down the center with the melodic virtuosity of a solo guitarist; raging intellectual Pete Townshend punctuated the epic universality of his songs with the windmill slamming of his fingers across his guitar strings; and Roger Daltrey roared above it all with an impossibly virile macho swagger.

They exploded conventional rhythm and blues structures, challenged pop music conventions, and redefined what was possible on stage, in the recording studio, and on vinyl.

Never before or since has spiritual and intellectual brilliance sounded so gloriously furious. In any era, The Who is a touchstone for rock and roll greatness. Their charitable work is legendary with millions of dollars raised over the years for a variety of causes.

The debut album for the group led by vocalist Roger Daltrey produced right after the group's first singles hit the charts. Critics often rate it as one of the best rock albums of all time. A Quick One, released in , was released in the U. Released in , The Who Sell Out is a concept album containing a collection of songs interspersed with fake commercials and public service announcements.

The intended irony relates to the fact that The Who were making commercials during that period of their career. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. I personally hardly buy anything that was made much past In that regard I care about "keeping the lights on" only to the extent the hobby retains a quorum, does not become something totally dorky, weird and lonely like trainspotting or stamp collecting well, any more than it already is!

For me it is more about re-creating the best of, say, , an era when hi-fi was as exciting as, well, Grand Theft Auto is for today's teens -- sadly. When you buy old plastic, a bit of that era, of my "teen spirit" infuses the air.

No reissue can do that. Think you might consider whether state-of-the-art a carbon-arclight projected first-print of a 35mm film with triode based widerange Westrex sound in glorious mono might eclipse a reissue, no matter how tech. Issue may not be how tech, but What Tech, as re-animated re-scans of same, in still evolving digital projection and hard-as-nails THX sound are often pretty disappointing.

Your call of course. But unless we were there for the first screening and have perfect recall, fairly difficult to declare a new version better than anything shown in theaters at the time. Agree with your rendition, vinyl as ritualized experience-- if we can agree that it's not an empty or shambolic ritual.. But not too many reading the comments section of Analog Planet would argue there.

Your question about the business of reissues doesn't really dispute any of that, though. And I think you've got a very good point. My answer to that -- why these super-reissues that are often a shade not-as-good as the still-available reissues In case 1 let's examine the case of Dmitri Medvedev, Russian Federation president and -- according to the photos out there on the net, audiophile.

Even presuming he's a dedicated music enthusiast, he may just not have the time or experience to evaluate the minute differences in recordings and reissues. This isn't as rare as Mr Medvedev's position may indicate. Reissue companies wish there were many many more like him. Which is the second case. In the long run, there is no sense, as you point out, trying to back-engineer a Mouton Cadet '61 as anything but a fancy pastiche to sell to nouveau riche types who can't really spend the time to unearth either originals, or other gems yet undiscovered.

If it isn't the real thing, or isn't convincing to collectors, well, they don't care all that much. And it fits right in with the rest of the schlock-afflicted scheme they've got going.

This gets to one true and devastating criticism of the reissue market. The museum quality graphics and packaging often enough conceal a less-than-optimal sound quality, even at times an abysmal one, as with the Manifesto title reviewed above. This unfortunately points to the distinct sham factor deeply embedded in the whole 'better than original' sales pitch. Super slick package and substandard product? Probably worth saying that the reissue moneymen know that for every mcmansion dweller who stacks up the boxsets unlistened, there are 5o regular guy music fans for whom this was a favorite alltime band, or whose wife loves this, or as with MF's anecdote above, had an epic breakup during the first run of the album.

So where there may not be quality, there may often be Reissues appeal immediately to the novice. All clean and fresh! No grimy covers! Virgin grooves! Untouched virgin vinyl! Let's not even go down that weird alley there But -- cut from digital???? My answer would be yes to both of your questions as a '61 Cadet is impossible to find and when you do you are taking it on faith that it will actually be good.

Another reason for reissues would be some of us were doing different things when these albums came out and never bought them. Now I can get all the LPs in one place. While not for this set I also have reissues of LPs that I have either damaged or played to death over the years. Cost can be another reason. I have all of Hank Mobley's Blue Note music.

Can't imagine I could afford the originals!! Who are willing to take the shortcut and get the eight LP box albeit digitally sourced. The original seven LP box that this is based on is still available, but is rather expensive at most sources. That box wasn't cut from the 1st gen masters either.

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.

9 Replies to “Illuminated - Wire - The Drill (Box Set, LP, Album)”

  1. Dec 21,  · This numbered limited edition set contains a copy of the previously available albums "A Bell Is A Cup (Until It Is Struck)", "IBTABA" plus "The Drill", and a previously unavailable 7" single. The Drill LP has a Typo on Backsleeve: Garreth Jones instead of Gareth Jones. IBTABA LP includes 4 Art Postcards. A BELL IS A CUP /5(10).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Drill on Discogs/5(25).
  3. Dec 21,  · referencing The Drill, CD, Album, CDSTUMM 74, CDSTUMM74 The Drill was the first full exploration of Wire's music experiments known as "Dugga". They define Dugga as "monophonic monorhythmic repetition"/5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Drill on Discogs. Label: Mute - 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Electro, Experimental/5(19).
  5. I haven't heard this album, although I highly recomend the album "The Ideal Copy" that the song Drill originally came from. This is just a correction to the previous review which may confuse Lucia fans (or Wire fans). Lucia was formerly a member of a BAND called Drill which released a self titled album /5(7).
  6. Remixes and alternate versions have become staples of popular music. But while most bands use them as bonus tracks or B-side fodder, Wire is one of the only rock groups to have filled an album with versions of the same song ("Drill"). Built on a paradigmatic Wire rhythm affectionately known as "dugga," "Drill" was born during rehearsals for the band's return to live performance.
  7. The Drill has a reputation as being the worst Wire album ever, or at least tied with Manscape for that honour. It is a full album of the band reworking one song: "Drill" from The Ideal Copy. Not their worst song, granted, but definitely not one that I'm eager to hear almost an hour of either.
  8. "Wire recorded a song—“Drill”—that became just as influential in its way as Pink Flag, paving the way for the pummeling, stripped-down techno that would be increasingly popular in dance.
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