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Wireless – No Static

$14.99

WIRELESS :
Mike Crawford (vocals, guitar)
Steve McMurray (guitar, vocals)
Alan Marshall (bass, vocals)
Martin Morin (drums, vocals)

Produced by: Geddy Lee
Engineered by: Paul Northfield
Mixed by : tbd
Remastered by: Andy Pearce

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Special Limited Deluxe Collector’s Edition. Fully remastered sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. Produced by Geddy Lee (Rush). 12 page full colour booklet – 3,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, memorabilia, rare photos and full band involvement “THERE’S NO doubt that Wireless were one of the best kept secrets in Canadian rock. An obscure Toronto, via Australia, based quartet with a neat line in quirky yet powerful hard rock, sending out a message with every turn of the screw. Prior to ‘No Static’ the band had issued two warmly received if poorly selling albums leaving them to question their very existence. Indeed, all but resigned to breaking up, word reached Rush bassist/singer Geddy Lee who immediately jumped to the rescue, offering his production services if they would consider sticking together and making another album. Faced with such overwhelming enthusiasm and a label (Anthem) keen as mustard to bank roll another record, they humbly acceded to demand. Recorded at Le Studio, Moran Heights, just outside Montreal, ‘No Static’ takes the Wireless mandate to its logical conclusion, crafting arguably the band’s definitive musical statement. Geddy Lee’s hands on approach documents a band very much on the attack, leading by example and ramping up the energy level on all fronts. Heavier, harder, yet always hummable, ‘No Static’ makes its intent clear from the lead-off track ‘Pay To Ride’ through to the very closing fade of ‘Journey Of A Possible Hero’ and all points in between. Look out for the epic ‘East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon’, a peach of a tune perfectly encapsulating Wireless’ ability impress at every turn.”

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2012

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