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XTC

XTC was one of the smartest -- and catchiest -- British pop bands to emerge from the punk and new wave explosion of the late '70s. From the tense, jerky riffs of their early singles to the lushly arranged, meticulous pop of their later albums, XTC's music has always been driven by the hook-laden songwriting of guitarist Andy Partridge and bassist Colin Moulding. While popular success has eluded them in both Britain and America, the group has developed a devoted cult following in both countries that remains loyal over two decades after their first records.

Partridge, Moulding, and drummer Terry Chambers formed the first version of the band around 1976, calling themselves Star Park. As punk rock took off in 1977, the group changed their name to Helium Kidz and added keyboardist Barry Andrews. After being turned down by CBS Records, the band changed their name to XTC and secured a record contract with Virgin; they released their first EP, 3-D, in October of 1977. White Music, the band's first full-length album, was recorded in a week and released by the end of the year. Critics praised the angular yet melodic pop, and the album reached number 38 in the U.K. charts. However, none of the singles released from the album charted (including "This Is Pop"), nor did "Are You Receiving Me?," the teaser single for their second album, Go 2 (1978).

After returning from a brief U.S. tour, Andrews quit the band; he would eventually form the League of Gentlemen with Robert Fripp, as well as pursue a solo career. Guitarist David Gregory was added to the lineup after Andrews' departure and the group recorded their first charting single, "Life Begins at the Hop." XTC released their third album, the calmer, more pop-oriented Drums and Wires, that summer; the record climbed to number 37 on the charts, thanks to the hit single "Making Plans for Nigel." While Drums and Wires began to climb the U.S. charts, Partridge released his first solo album early in 1980; outside of the band's devoted fans, the record appeared without much fanfare.

XTC continued to smooth out their edges on 1980's Black Sea, bringing in elements of mid-'60s Beatles and Kinks to their guitar-driven pop; thanks to the singles "Generals and Majors" and "Towers of London," it was the group's most successful American album, peaking at number 41 while reaching number 16 on the British charts. Released the following year, English Settlement featured more complex arrangements, as well as more intellectual lyrics, particularly from Andy Partridge. Nevertheless, the album was XTC's biggest success in the U.K., reaching number five on the album charts and launching the Top Ten single, "Senses Working Overtime."

While on tour in March of 1982, Partridge collapsed while on-stage, suffering from exhaustion. Less than a month later, he collapsed again with a stomach ulcer. The band canceled the tour shortly after his second collapse, prompting Chambers to leave the group. In November, Partridge announced that XTC would never play live again, concentrating on recording instead; he also blamed his collapses on intense stage fright. As the band completed their new album, a compilation called Waxworks -- Some Singles (1977-1982) was released at the end of the year.

Mummer, the first album the studio-bound XTC recorded, appeared in the summer of 1983; former Glitter Band member Pete Phipps recorded the drum tracks for the record. XTC refused to tour for the record, which caused some tension between the band and Virgin, and was presumably the reason why "Love on a Farmboy's Wages" didn't make it past number 50 on the charts. Recording under the name the Three Wise Men, the group released the holiday single "Thanks for Christmas" at the end of the year.

Released in the fall of 1984, The Big Express essentially followed the same pattern as Mummer, yet it charted higher in the U.K. XTC released a psychedelic parody album, 25 O'Clock, under the name the Dukes of Stratosphear in 1985. After a difficult recording session with producer Todd Rundgren, the pastoral Skylarking appeared in the fall of 1986. Upon its release the album was hailed as a masterwork by critics, even though the band were claiming they were unsatisfied with the production. Skylarking was a bigger hit in the U.S. than it was in the U.K., spending over six months on the charts and peaking at number 70.

XTC recorded another Dukes of Stratosphear album, Psonic Psunspot, in 1987; the two Stratosphear albums were collected on one disc the following year. Oranges and Lemons (1989) reworked the psychedelia of the Stratosphear side-project, leaving out much of the loopy humor and replacing it with a Ray Davies-inspired nostalgia. The album was a minor hit in both Britain and America, reaching number 28 and number 44, respectively; "Mayor of Simpleton" became XTC's only charting U.S. single, reaching number 72 while peaking at number 46 on the British charts. Three years later, the group released Nonsuch, an album that recalled both Pet Sounds and Revolver. Like every XTC record, its critical acclaim was greater than its sales -- the album dropped out of the British charts after two weeks. In America, Nonsuch was more successful, reaching number 97 and staying on the charts for 11 weeks. Years of internal difficulties and label battles kept the group from releasing any new material for much of the decade, however, and not until 1999 did the next XTC album, Apple Venus, Pt. 1, finally appear. Wasp Star (Apple Venus, Pt. 2) followed in mid-2000.

XTC's lack of commercial success isn't because their music isn't accessible -- their bright, occasionally melancholy, melodies flow with more grace than most bands -- it has more to do with the group constantly being out of step with the times. However, the band has left behind a remarkably rich and varied series of albums that make a convincing argument that XTC is the great lost pop band. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Apple Box

Disc 1

1. River Of Orchids

2. I'd Like That

3. Easter Theatre

4. Knights In Shining Karma

5. Frivolous Tonight

6. Greenman

7. Your Dictionary

8. Fruit Nut

9. I Can't Own Her

10. Harvest Festival

11. The Last Balloon

Disc 2

1. Playground

2. Stupidly Happy

3. In Another Life

4. My Brown Guitar

5. Boarded Up

6. I'm The Man Who Murdered Love

7. We're All Light

8. Standing In For Joe

9. Wounded Horse

10. You And The Clouds Will Still Be Beautiful

11. Church Of Women

12. The Wheel And The Maypole

Disc 3
Disc 4
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Track List: Coat Of Many Cupboards

Disc 1

1. Science Friction (CBS Demo)

2. Spinning Top (Live)

3. Traffic Light Rock (Live)

4. Radios In Motion (White Music Version)

5. Let's Have Fun (White Music Out Take)

6. Fireball XL5 - Fireball Dub (White Music Out Take)

7. Heatwave Mark 2 Deluxe (White Music Out Take)

8. This Is Pop (Single Version)

9. Are You Receiving Me (Go 2 Out Take)

10. Things Fall To Bits (Go 2 Out Take)

11. Us Being Us (Go 2 Out Take)

12. Life Begins At The Hop (First Rehearsal Extract)

13. Life Begins At The Hop (First Recording, Unused)

14. Making Plans For Nigel (Demo From Swindon Town Hall)

15. Ten Feet Tall (Drums And Wires Version)

16. Sleepyheads (Drums And Wires Out Take)

Disc 2

1. Meccanik Dancing (Oh We Go) (Live)

2. Atom Medley (Live)

3. Life Begins At The Hop (Unused U.S. Single Recording)

4. Real By Reel (Unused Single Recording)

5. When You're Near Me I Have Difficulty (Unused Single Recording)

6. Helicopter (Unused Single Recording)

7. Towers Of London (Rejected Single Recording)

8. Generals And Majors (Rehearsal Tape)

9. No Language In Our Lungs (Black Sea Version)

10. Sgt. Rock Is Going To Help Me (Black Sea Version)

11. Paper And Iron (Live)

12. Crowded Room (Live)

13. Senses Working Overtime (Early Work Tape)

14. Snowman (Live)

15. Ball And Chain (Unused Single Recording)

Disc 3

1. Punch And Judy (Unused Single Recording)

2. Fly On The Wall (English Settlement Version)

3. Yacht Dance (Live)

4. Jason And The Argonauts (English Settlement Version)

5. Love On A Farmboy's Wages (Home Demo)

6. Wonderland [home Demo]

7. Ladybird (Mummer Version)

8. All You Pretty Girls (Home Demo)

9. Wake Up (Home Demo)

10. The Everyday Story Of Smalltown (Big Express Version)

11. Grass (Home Demo)

12. Let's Make A Den (Home Demo)

13. The Meeting Place (Home Demo)

14. Dear God (Band Demo)

Disc 4

1. Brianiac's Daughter (Psonic Psunspot Version)

2. Vanishing Girl (Psonic Psunspot Version)

3. Terrorism (Home Demo)

4. Find The Fox (Home Demo)

5. Season Cycle (Skylarking Version)

6. The Troubles (Home Demo)

7. Mayor Of Simpleton (Early Work Tape)

8. King For A Day (Home Demo)

9. Chalkhills And Children (Oranges And Lemons Version)

10. The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead (Early Home Demo)

11. Omnibus (Nonsuch Version)

12. The Disappointed (Home Demo)

13. Bungalow (Nonsuch Version)

14. Didn't Hurt A Bit (Nonsuch Out Take)

15. Books Are Burning (Live)

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Track List: Wasp Star (Apple Venus, Pt. 2)

1. Playground

2. Stupidly Happy

3. In Another Life

4. My Brown Guitar

5. Boarded Up

6. I'm The Man Who Murdered Love

7. We're All Light

8. Standing In For Joe

9. Wounded Horse

10. You And The Clouds Will Still Be Beautiful

11. Church Of Women

12. The Wheel And The Maypole

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Track List: Apple Venus, Pt. 1

1. River Of Orchids

2. I'd Like That

3. Easter Theatre

4. Knights In Shining Karma

5. Frivolous Tonight

6. Greenman

7. Your Dictionary

8. Fruit Nut

9. I Can't Own Her

10. Harvest Festival

11. The Last Balloon

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Track List: Transistor Blast: The Best Of The BBC Sessions

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
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Track List: Fossil Fuel: The XTC Singles 1977-1992

Disc 1

1. Science Friction

2. Statue Of Liberty

3. This Is Pop

4. Are You Receiving Me?

5. Life Begins At The Hop

6. Making Plans For Nigel

7. Ten Feet Tall

8. Wait Till Your Boat Goes Down

9. Generals And Majors

10. Towers Of London

11. Sgt Rock (Is Going To Help Me)

12. Love At First Sight

13. Respectable Street

14. Senses Working Overtime

15. Ball And Chain

16. No Thugs In Our House

Disc 2

1. Great Fire

2. Wonderland

3. Love On A Farmboy's Wages

4. All You Pretty Girls

5. This World Over

6. Wake Up

7. Grass

8. The Meeting Place

9. Dear God

10. The Mayor Of Simpleton

11. King For A Day

12. The Loving

13. The Disappointed

14. The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead

15. Wrapped In Grey

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Track List: Nonsuch

1. The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead

2. My Bird Performs

3. Dear Madam Barnum

4. Humble Daisy

5. The Smartest Monkeys

6. The Disappointed

7. Holly Up On Poppy

8. Crocodile

9. Rook

10. Omnibus

11. That Wave

12. Then She Appeared

13. War Dance

14. Wrapped In Grey

15. The Ugly Underneath

16. Bungalow

17. Books Are Burning

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Track List: The Compact XTC: The Singles 1978 - 1985

1. Science Friction

2. Statue Of Liberty

3. This Is Pop?

4. Are You Receiving Me

5. Life Begins At The Hop

6. Making Plans For Nigel

7. Wait Till Your Boat Goes Down

8. Generals And Majors

9. Towers Of London

10. Sgt Rock (Is Going To Help Me)

11. Senses Working Overtime

12. Ball And Chain

13. Great Fire

14. Wonderland

16. All You Pretty Girls

17. This World Over

18. Wake Up

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Track List: Mummer (Remastered)

1. Beating Of Hearts

2. Wonderland

3. Love On A Farmboy's Wages

4. Great Fire

5. Deliver Us From The Elements

6. Human Alchemy

7. Ladybird

8. In Loving Memory Of A Name

9. Me And The Wind

10. Funk Pop A Roll

11. Frost Circus

12. Jump

13. Toys

14. Gold

15. Procession Towards Learning Land

16. Desert Island

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Track List: English Settlement

1. Runaways

2. Ball And Chain

3. Senses Working Overtime

4. Jason And The Argonauts

5. No Thugs In Our House

6. Yacht Dance

7. All Of A Sudden (It's Too Late)

8. Melt The Guns

9. Leisure

10. It's Nearly Africa

11. Knuckle Down

12. Fly On The Wall

13. Down In The Cockpit

14. English Roundabout

15. Snowman

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Track List: Black Sea

1. Respectable Street

2. Generals And Majors

3. Living Through Another Cuba

4. Love At First Sight

5. Rocket From A Bottle

6. No Language In Our Lungs

7. Smokeless Zone

8. Don't Lose Your Temper

9. The Somnambulist

10. Towers Of London

11. Paper And Iron (Notes And Coins)

12. Burning With Optimism's Flames

13. Sgt. Rock

14. Travels In Nihilon

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Track List: Black Sea (Remastered)

1. Respectable Street

2. Generals And Majors

3. Living Through Another Cuba

4. Love At First Sight

5. Rocket From A Bottle

6. No Language In Our Lungs

7. Towers Of London

8. Paper And Iron (Notes And Coins)

9. Burning With Optimism's Flames

10. Sgt. Rock (Is Going To Help Me)

11. Travels In Nihilon

12. Smokeless Zone

13. Don't Lose Your Temper

14. The Somnambulist

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Track List: White Music

1. Radios In Motion

2. Cross Wires

3. This Is Pop

4. Do What You Do

5. Statue Of Liberty

6. All Along The Watchtower

7. Into The Atomic Age

8. I'll Set Myself On Fire

9. I'm Bugged

10. New Town Animal In A Furnished Cage

11. Spinning Top

12. Neon Shuffle

13. Science Friction

14. She's So Square

15. Dance Band

16. Hang Onto The Night

17. Heatwave

18. Traffic Light Rock

19. Instant Tunes

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Track List: Drums And Wires

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. Reel By Reel

8. Millions

9. That Is The Way

10. Outside World

11. Scissor Man

12. Complicated Game

13. Life Begins At The Hop

14. Chain Of Command

15. Limelight

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Track List: Oranges & Lemons

1. Garden Of Earthly Delights

2. The Mayor Of Simpleton

3. King For A Day

4. Here Comes President Kill Again

5. The Loving

6. Poor Skeleton Steps Out

7. One Of The Millions

8. Scarecrow People

9. Merely A Man

10. Cynical Days

11. Across This Antheap

12. Hold Me My Daddy

13. Pink Thing

14. Miniature Sun

15. Chalkhills And Children

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❤~⭐ Seriously one of the greatest bands ever!! I could listen to their massive collection of albums and never tire of any of them❣⭐~❤
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solarslice
this is the best band ever...
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Definitely the most underrated band pretty much ever and more talented than all but a few of their contemporari e s (the Smiths, The Cure, The The, are but just a few who can hang with them creatively& artistically as a whole, on a list that doesn't go much deeper) they created some of the most memorable songs and albums that I've had the pleasure of hearing in my 43 years of this life!
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Where's the big express?! I found that album at a record store and its incredible! Came right between Mummer and Skylarking
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eugenking
Been a lover and admirer of XTC since first hearing in1982 English Settlement. Heard that one and immediately dashed to Tower Records and grabbed their back catalog. Andy Partridge is a songsmith of the first order. Stunning. He packs more depth, soul and craft into one single song than other bands' (mainly today's current anemic crop) entire albums.

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avocadolemon
XTC is all the more amazing when you consider that they were under contract to release a record every year . . . they did so for many years . . . all of them have outstanding tracks. many of the albums are masterpieces . Comment below is so true . . . You have to experience this band in the context of entire albums. They are not for everyone . . . but Andy Partridge is an amazing guitar player and lyricist who got better and better as he went.
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one of my favorite bands ever...I've been with them since my first XTC lp Drums and Wires in 1979. I immediately bought the UK imports of White Music and Go Too...they were about 25.00 each, which was a lot of money for a college student in 1979! it was worth it. I've bought all their lps since. Great, extremely underrated band!!
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Song is O.K
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I would've included split enz in that list of related artists. Similarly eccentric & catchy, and always an awkward fit with the 'current scene'. Brilliant band.
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mduffy35
I first was introduced to XTC in a Rolling Stone magazine article concerning Oranges and Lemons. Bought the tape and was blow away. Thinking mans pop. Like Rush is the thinking mans rock. Bought Skylarking and then their early stuff to Apple Venus They (are made of light). Amazing lyrist and song writers. It's a shame that more people don't know them. But on the other hand it is nice to keep them to ourselves .AMAZING MUSIC !!! They will be remembered . There is a great Tribute CD out there too
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Was lucky to see them in 1981 in Chicago. Life Begins AT The Pop is one of the best pop songs ever!
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Cover your eyes and blow a guy behind the dumpster at 7-11 and you will find an iPad under your bed the next day!
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Love when that intro comes back as the middle 8. Ingenious!
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If there were any justice in the world, XTC would be famous and Duran duran and their ilk would toil in obscurity. XTC were a truly creative band, as a listen to their studio albums shows. If you buy an XTC album, make sure you get one of the studio albums, not the greatest hits type cd, as you need to hear the songs in the context of the album as the band intended to fully appreciate this band' genius.
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hzenzie
XTC's Oranges and Lemons is one of my favorite albums of all time. Do yourself a favor and give it a listen...
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jengirlm
Love me some XTC, always good, way way way underrated.
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Great band.One of their best records of the early years.So underrated!W O R L D WAR III
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krj972
Oh get bent emiller2051! It's sad enough only a few hundred people still appreciate such a talented band as XTC, and then you spam the comment section. Argh!
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Great song, period!
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Speistam and Michelle S, my XTC tattoo is of the Chalkhills (Uffington) horse, the ONLY band tattoo this body will ever see. No one really knows what it is but since I do, that is all that matters.
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Put your hand over your mouth
Make a wish
Make a fist
Put your hand over your heart for 5 sec
Post this on 3 other songs
Tomorrow will be the best day of your life
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Do not like the song Dear God, but all the rest is great!
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I never liked XTC in the 80s. Fast forward 30 years and now I can't get enough of them!!
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That whole band history, and no mention of Dear God - the B side that got more airplay than the song it was released with (the Grass 12)
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I agree, with sadness, they are THE great lost pop band. Relic_Gamer, I live in NOLA and I only know maybe 3 people who have heard of XTC but all 4 of us are loyal fans!
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*...XTC is the great lost pop band.*
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relic_gamer
I would love to meet another person who likes XTC. It seems nobody has heard of them around my area...
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And when I found out about them I had heard from a record store guy on record store day, best recommendati o n ever!
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Totally wish they were held in a better esteem here on the west coast states with people my age
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Both are bold statements that I totally agree with
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Andy Partridge is an absolute genius and Colin the most underrated bass player ever.
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Grew up With this band, Love it so much!
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speistam, what is the tattoo you got? I was going to get an XTC tatto as well...
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speistam
The only band celebrated in tattoo form on my body. 'Nuff said!
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AMAZING
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strangely pleasing, and pleasingly strange!
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I can thank my older brother for introducing me to this band...ever since that first day lisening to Drums and Wires, I was hooked big time. I have all of their stuff; from studio albums to some live stuff and it never gets old, even after some forty years! XTC is hands down my favorite band of all time. Thank you, Andy and Colin for a lifetime of amazing music.
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That's because they were underrated Jordan, so they didn't get as much airplay as they should have....
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These guys have a lot more history than I am directly familiar with...
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sandradmaui
A different kind of tinsel decorates my tree too.
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the memories this brings back....
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I ran into a fellow fan at the bar last night! I've found it very hard to meet people who listen to them. We both had the same reaction to each other: Who else is playing XTC on the jukebox?!
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best kept secret in the music industry...
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Listening as a musician I am amazed, humbled and inspired all at once!
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partridge is the most creative, unique songwriter ever! genius status! anyone remember shreikback?, andrews & allen from, gang of four. ahhhhh, memory lane!
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zellerware
There is only one XTC
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zellerware
XTC is another unique and brilliant band for the post punk era..
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