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Boomkat Product Review:
Originally released in 1987, 'The Ideal Copy' was the first LP issued during Wire's 2nd phase, following their clutch of pioneering punk and post-punk sides penned between 1977-1981. Equal parts pop, experimental rock, and electronics, it boldly flew in the face of practically everything else that was happening around them at that time, hewing close to their ascetic principles while showcasing their unique versatility as a four piece unit - Colin Newman (voice, guitar, various), Graham Lewis (voice, bass, various), Bruce Gilbert (guitar), and Robert Gotobed (drums, various). Pushed to pick highlights, we'd draw for the remarkable synth-pop special 'Ahead (II)' which is basically a template for Hot Chip 20 years before their time, definitely their stomping 'Drill', the eerily balanced a capella voices and electronics of 'Up To The Sun', and the elevated pop of 'Ahead'.