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Rook - XTC - Nonsuch (Cassette, Album)

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  1. XTC were on the up again commercially and to celebrate they limbered up to make the most British album of their career. An album that would combine pure pop, lush sounds, the loamy textures of English Settlement and a sliver of very English humour. This was Nonsuch and it remains one of the great forgotten albums of all time.
  2. Rook, rook, read from your book Who murders who and where is the treasure hid? Crow, crow, spill all you know Is that my name on the bell? Rook, rook, gaze in the brook If there's a secret, can I be part of it? Crow, crow, before I'll let go Say, is that my name on the bell? Soar up high, see the semaphore from the washing lines Break the code of the whispering chimneys and .
  3. 's NONSUCH by XTC is a more mature and deeper album compared to their previous release, ORANGES AND LEMONS. What I find so interesting about NONSUCH is that the band wasn'r afraid to be more mature after an album that was more or less bubblegum and young audience-based/5(87).
  4. Working with producer Gus Dudgeon (Elton John), XTC crafted their most immaculate album to date with Nonsuch. A measured and reflective record, recalling the Beach Boys more than the Beatles, the album retains some of their late-'80s psychedelic flourishes, but those have been integrated into an elaborate, lush pop setting that falls somewhere.
  5. Dec 05,  · XTC. "Rook", taken from "Nonsuch" album () (Google Play) - uploaded via pupsuppterganpgnosesanhatmenemarpedd.coinfo
  6. XTC. XTC was a New Wave band from Swindon, England, active between and The band enjoyed some chart success, including the UK and Canadian hits "Making Plans for Nigel" () and "Senses Working Overtime" (), but are perhaps even better known for their long-standing critical (rather than commercial) success.
  7. Nonsuch, an Album by XTC. Released 11 June on Virgin (catalog no. CDVX ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Art Pop.
  8. Nonsuch is arguably XTC's darkest album yet, whether taking a direct course to the target—as in ‘Wardance’, an almost funky tirade against jingoism—or spinning typically uncomfortable word webs around their objective, such as you'll hear on their hymn to meathead sexual politics, ‘Omnibus’.
  9. Clear cassette shell with white text on shell itself Comes in a five panel, double-sided, fold-out j-card sleeve, with regular details Cassette case includes sticker which reads "X.T.C. Nonsuch Includes the hit single The Disappointed and Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead TCV " Barcode and Other Identifiers.

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