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154 from 1979 finds Wire moving away from its punk roots toward darker, more experimental horizons. There is less overt anger and insolence than in the past, and in its place is plenty of dark weirdness. truly disturbing at certain points, this album is a challenging listen. Beginning with the sinister I Should Have Known Better a song that has so little to do with the same-titled Beatles song that it really is scary, 154 follows with the shambling, atonal Two People in a Room and the choppy, robotic guitars of The 15th.

I Should Have Known Better
Two People In A Room
The 15th
The Other Window
Single K.O.
A Touching Display
On Returning
A Mutual Friend
Blessed State
Once Is Enough
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Format: LP
Label: Pinkflag
Catalogue numbers: PF13LP

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Media Condition: Mint (M)
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