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      Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age of Wireless [1982]

      Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age of Wireless
      • Artist
        Thomas Dolby
      • Title
        The Golden Age of Wireless
      • Released
        ℗ 1982 © 1984
      • Type
        Album
      • Format
        CD, Album
      • Label
        Capitol Records
      • Catalog#
        CDP 7 46009 2
      • Country
        US
      • Rating
      • Genres
        Electronic
      • Styles
        New Wave
        Synth-pop
      Download
      Title/ArtistTime
      1
      She Blinded Me with Science
      Thomas Dolby
      3:43
      2
      Radio Silence
      Thomas Dolby
      3:48
      3
      Airwaves
      Thomas Dolby
      5:16
      4
      Flying North
      Thomas Dolby
      3:53
      5
      Weightless
      Thomas Dolby
      3:47
      6
      Europa and the Pirate Twins
      Thomas Dolby
      3:20
      7
      Windpower
      Thomas Dolby
      4:20
      8
      Commercial Breakup
      Thomas Dolby
      4:18
      9
      One of Our Submarines
      Thomas Dolby
      5:14
      10
      Cloudburst at Shingle Street
      Thomas Dolby
      5:45

      Comments

      HaLo said…
      got this when it came out...a true 80's classic album...still sounds good today and was followed up by another classic album the flat earth
      Anonymous said…
      This is the reissue of the album, after She Blinded Me With Science had got into the charts in the US.
      The original version (which I have) did not have She Blinded me... or One Of Our Submarines on it. Instead there was a near instrumental track called Wreck Of The Fairchild and a different track listing:-

      A1: Flying North
      A2: Commercial Breakup
      A3: Weightless
      A4: Europa & the Pirate Twins
      A5: Windpower

      B1: The Wreck Of The Fairchild
      B2: Airwaves
      B3: Radio Silence
      B4: Cloudburst On Shingle Street

      This version has never been released on CD and was only found on vinyl for the first 5 months of the albums release. It's about time EMI re-released this great album with all the extra tracks and remixes.
      Ricardo Quezada said…
      What is the pass for the .rar?