XTC

England XTC


“A-list”
#1spacer.png1978 [12, 36:28] XTC - White Music
#2spacer.png1978 [12, 40:22] XTC - Go 2 5.57 “Average” New Wave; Dubbeat
#3spacer.png1979 [12, 46:57] XTC - Drums And Wires
#4spacer.png1980 [11, 48:56] XTC - Black Sea
#5spacer.png1982 [15, 72:22] XTC - English Settlement
#6spacer.png1983 [10, 41:43] XTC - Mummer
#7spacer.png1984 [11, 44:01] XTC - The Big Express
#8spacer.png1986 [14, 45:45] XTC - Skylarking 0.000.png (review pending upload)
#9spacer.png1989 [15, 60:50] XTC - Oranges And Lemons
#10spacer.png1992 [17, 63:29] XTC - Nonsuch
#11spacer.png1999 [11, 50:09] XTC - Apple Venus Volume 1 0.000.png (review pending upload)
#12spacer.png2000 [12, 50:54] XTC - Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2)
date.png 25-May-2011
notes.png The end. Band split 2005. The 2005 inclusion on Apple Box of the first new XTC tracks in five years ("Spiral", written by Partridge and "Say It", by Moulding), offered hope that the band might continue. However, in November 2006, Partridge told several interviewers that Moulding no longer had any interest in writing, performing or even listening to music. Partridge has said he would not continue XTC without Moulding, and that therefore he has been forced to regard XTC "in the past tense," with no likelihood of a new project unless Moulding should have a change of heart.
a mkII version (e.g.) of this list will be applied after my final album review for this artist


“B-list”
spacer.png1985 [18, 69:02] XTC - The Compact XTCː The Singles 1978-85 0.000.png (review pending upload)
notes.png random list, no intention to be complete





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