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Wireless – Positively Human Relatively Sane

$14.99

WIRELESS :
Michael Crawfords (guitar, vocals)
Steve McMurray (guitar)
Allan Marshall (bass, vocals)
Marty Morin (drums, vocals)

Produced by: Mike Tilka 
Engineered by: Mark Wright
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. Includes ‘I Know You Know’, ‘The Hard Way’ and ‘No Way Out’. 12 page full colour booklet – 3,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, memorabilia, rare photos and full band invlovement. WHEN THE dust begins to settle on the story of Canadian rock, Wireless will make but a small footnote in its vast canon. Whilst others may have achieved huge international acclaim there will be a handful that, although selling very few records, will always be remembered and respected for creating some of the most challenging music of our times. Step forward Wireless, a Toronto based quartet who utilised a quirky progressive rock template whilst designating a purposeful hard rock backbone to songs that had both meaning and message. Managed by SRO, the same people behind premiere Canadian rock band Rush, and signed to Anthem Records, another Rush related spin-off venture, ‘Positively Human, Relatively Sane’ was greeted with universal acclaim by those fed-up to the back teeth with schlock rock and pop. Wireless’ music was both demanding yet accessible, harbouring subterfuge and surprise as weapons of choice. Produced my ex Max Webster bassist Mike Tilka and boasting nine tracks of superlative yet quirky hard rock, the album surfs the surface of convention whilst making inroads regular into progressive rock complexity. Imagine Steely Dan jamming with the Blue Öyster Cult and that might give some indication of the kind of musical magic we’re talking about. If you’ve never heard their music or even if you’ve never actually heard their name before, then might we suggest you get it on the action now or forever hold your curiosity.

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2012

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