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Robert Gotobed

Robert Gotobed is wary of describing himself being a musician, instead of somebody who simply has the drums. However he contributed a massive total Wire’s sound, specifically in the triad of traditional albums: Green Flag, Chairs Lacking, and 154. As an adolescent, Gotobed was captivated with the drumming of Cream’s …

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Graham Lewis

Although Graham Lewis is usually best-known as Wire’s bassist and co-vocalist, like Bruce Gilbert and Colin Newman he held himself busy beyond Wire pursuing exciting single and collaborative tasks: from minimalist experimentation to even more available electro-pop and beyond music into performance art. Given birth to into a armed service …

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Cupol was a short-lived alias for Cable users Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis that yielded a two-song EP (SUCH AS THIS for a long time) on 4AD in 1980. Gilbert and Lewis would later on record a complete LP on 4AD as B.C. Gilbert/G. Lewis (or Dome, which ultimately became …

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Colin Newman

Although Colin Newman is most readily connected with Wire, like bandmates Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis he has undertaken many additional innovative endeavors. Across a variety of tasks, the Cable guitarist/vocalist has regularly reinvented himself, venturing from post-punk artwork pop into ambient, digital territory, on the way making other performers …

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Dome was an experimental part task of Wire’s Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis, formed when their primary band continued hiatus through the initial half from the 1980s. As Wire experienced advanced from a volatile punk music group to a far more atmospheric, abstract one during the period of their 1st …

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Cable emerged from the Uk punk explosion but, from the outset and years after, maintained a range from that picture and resisted easy categorization. While punk quickly became a caricature of itself, Wire’s musical identification — centered on experimentation and procedure — was continuously metamorphosing. Their 1st three albums only …

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