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XTC - Drums & Wires (CD+DVD-A)

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XTC - Drums & Wires (CD+DVD-A)Format: CD / Cat No: APESP103 / Released: 27/10/2014

Track Listing: CD: Stereo mix by Steven Wilson: 1. Making Plans For Nigel / 2. Helicopter / 3. Day In Day Out / 4. When You're Near Me I Have Difficulty / 5. Ten Feet Tall / 6. Roads Girdle the Globe / 7. Real By Reel / 8. Millions / 9. That Is The Way / 10. Outside World / 11. Scissor Man / 12. Complicated Game / Bonus tracks: 13. Chain Of Command / 14. Limelight / 15. Life Begins At The Hop / 16. Homo Safari / 17. Ten Feet Tall (electric version) / 18. Wait ‘Til Your Boat Goes Down / DVD-A: 5.1 LPCM Surround mix in 24bit/96khz mixed from the original multi-track tapes / Steven Wilson stereo mix / Original album mix / 7 bonus stereo tracks (including the two tracks from the single that accompanied early copies of the vinyl album, two extended mixes of songs and the DJM mixes - songs earmarked as potential single releases), all in High Resolution stereo

More information: This is the second in a series of remixed & expanded XTC classics. Steven Wilson has mixed the album in a new stereo edition (featured on both CD & Hi-Res disc formats) & in 5.1 Surround Sound, bringing a fresh aural perspective to one of 1979’s most memorable albums. Several other tracks have also been mixed afresh & appear in both stereo & 5.1, including both sides of the single that was included with initial copies of the original vinyl LP, non-album single releases & B-sides. The original album mix is also included in High-Resolution stereo. The Blu-Ray edition also includes the DJM mixes – songs earmarked as potential single releases, videos for singles “Making Plans for Nigel” & “Life Begins at the Hop” & 5 full demo sessions tracking the complete evolution of the album – a virtual boxed set on a single Blu-Ray disc. The release is presented in special packaging with expanded booklet & sleeve-notes by Andy Partridge, Colin Moulding & Dave Gregory.