Because of this, Wiretap Scars does lack some of the screamy immediacy of Relationship of Command, but it's certainly more balanced. That Ward's frantic guitar lines haven't changed much since the last time he went down on record won't make any headlines, and since his guitar sets the tone for the majority of the album- well, you Young Sherlock Holmeses have probably already solved that mystery
Sparta Wiretap Scars. by Damrod EMERITUS June 30th, 2005 57 replies. Release Date: 2002 Tracklist. This is the first full lenghth CD that Sparta released, and some say it's the better one of the two (compared to the latest CD 'Porcelain') different.
Released August 13, 2002. Wiretap Scars Tracklist. 1. Cut Your Ribbon Lyrics.
Wiretap Scars echoes the reckless beauty of the trio's former band. The album features raw punk fury on "Cut Your Ribbon," emotional dissonance in "Cataract," and an absurdly exuberant melody ("Glasshouse Tarot") or two ("Mye") scattered about. And it rocks like a bastard. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample) . I can't stop playing it in my car!
Wiretap Scars is an album by Sparta, released on August 13, 2002 on DreamWorks Records and peaked at on the Billboard 200. Only months separated this release from their debut EP Austere. The album is greatly influenced by the music of At the Drive-In, with whom most of Sparta's members originally played before their split in 2001. The vocals and track naming in particular reflect At the Drive-In's Relationship of Command, the last album made by the group.
Wiretap Scars (CD, Album). Wiretap Scars (CD, Album). Wiretap Scars (CDr, Album, Promo, Adv). DreamWorks Records, Polydor.
Porcelain is the second album by the band Sparta. It was released on July 13, 2004 on Geffen Records and peaked at on the Billboard 200. The first single released from the album was "Breaking the Broken". Guns of Memorial Park" – 3:49. Hiss the Villain" – 3:27. While Oceana Sleeps" – 4:24. Breaking the Broken" – 3:47. Lines in Sand" – 6:02. Death in the Family" – 3:37.
1LP. Gf. In. Wiretap Scars (2002) is the first full length album by US post-Hardcore band Sparta. Formed in 2001 after the disbanding of the group At The Drive-In, three ex-members Jim Ward, Paul Hinojos & Tony Hajjar quickly collaborated again to form Sparta. The album fills the void where At The Drive-In focused on post-Hardcore, leaving the relentless experimentation to Cedric Bixler and Omar Rodriguez in Mars Volta and focusing instead on a terse melodic sense. This is in contrast to the music of The Mars Volta, formed by two other members of ATDI (Omar and Cedric), which departs entirely from the post-hardcore genre.
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|6||Light Burns Clear||4:24|
|12||Assemble The Empire||3:01|
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