Vinyl LP pressing. When Wild Beasts announced that they would be calling it a day, the news came with an unusual absence of drama. There were no bust-ups or breakdowns to report, no warring words, not even a trace of the trademark "creative differences". Instead there was a dignified and heartfelt message to their fans that explained that the band had run it's course. For those who'd watched the Cumbrian group grow from purveyors of peculiar guitar pop into one of the most inventive and important bands of their generation, the news came as a shock. Weren't they just hitting the peak of their powers? Perhaps that was the point.
Vinyl LP pressing. When Wild Beasts announced that they would be calling it a day, the news came with an unusual absence of drama. There were no bust-ups or breakdowns to report, no warring words, not even a trace of the trademark "creative differences". Instead there was a dignified and heartfelt message to their fans that explained that the band had run it's course. For those who'd watched the Cumbrian group grow from purveyors of peculiar guitar pop into one of the most inventive and important bands of their generation, the news came as a shock. Weren't they just hitting the peak of their powers? Perhaps that was the point.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: DOMINO
Rel. Date: 02/16/2018
UPC: 191508000217

Last Night All My Dreams Came True [2LP]
Artist: Wild Beasts
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store 27.99
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DISC: 1

1. Wanderlust (Live at Rak)
2. Big Cat (Live at Rak)
3. A Simple Beautiful Truth (Live at Rak)
4. 2Bu (Live at Rak)
5. Bed of Nails (Live at Rak)
6. Hooting ; Howling (Live at Rak)
7. This Is Our Lot (Live at Rak)
8. He the Colossus (Live at Rak)
9. The Devil's Palace (Live at Rak) 1
10. Alpha Female (Live at Rak) 1
11. Get My Bang (Live at Rak) 1
12. All the King's Men (Live at Rak) 1
13. Celestial Creatures (Live at Rak)

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Vinyl LP pressing. When Wild Beasts announced that they would be calling it a day, the news came with an unusual absence of drama. There were no bust-ups or breakdowns to report, no warring words, not even a trace of the trademark "creative differences". Instead there was a dignified and heartfelt message to their fans that explained that the band had run it's course. For those who'd watched the Cumbrian group grow from purveyors of peculiar guitar pop into one of the most inventive and important bands of their generation, the news came as a shock. Weren't they just hitting the peak of their powers? Perhaps that was the point.