XTC - Wasp Star (Apple Venus, Volume II)
NME.COM feature on XTC - Wasp Star (Apple Venus, Volume II) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
The transcendental [B]'Harvest Festival'[/B] manages to make eyes meeting over a table of tinned peaches and digestive biscuits sound as momentous as [B]Brian Molko[/B] being made England manager...
It's an odd equation, but genius and laziness tend to go together. The reputation of Swindon's XTC as one of Britain's most inventive pop groups has been simmering gently due in no small part to the fact that they've done bugger-all for seven years. However, no sooner do they venture out from in front of the TV than they've got two albums ready to release....
- Jan 18, 1999
Always one of the more interesting and innovative of the post-punk/pop crossover bands...
- Jun 2, 2000
‘Monstrance’ will be released in April
XTC - Wasp Star (Apple Venus, Volume II): Wikipedia Album Entry
XTC's Twelfth and final album, First and last to only have Andy Partridge and Colin Moulding as a duo. Originally released in 2000.
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