Apple Vinyls is a collection of twelve 7" singles, each containing an Apple Venus Volume 1 track backed with a track from Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2), except "Where Did the Ordinary People Go?," which was previously an internet-only downloadable single. It includes a bonus thirteenth single, "Spiral/Say It," the last two recordings by XTC to date. All songs written by Andy Partridge, except where noted. Boarded Up" (Colin Moulding).
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13 7" Vinyl Singles, compiling 23 tracks from Apple Venus & Wasp Star. Condition: New sealed. Xtc "Apple Venus Volume 1" Vinyl Lp 1999. XTC -Apple Vinyls- 13X Vinyl 45 7" BOX SET Brand New! Xtc 2 Lp'S English Settlement, Apple Venus. Of Montreal - Aldhils Arboretum LP 180G Vinyl R/I NEW.
Apple Venus Volume 1 (CD, Album). Canyon International, Idea Records, Cooking Vinyl. XTC. Apple Venus Volume 1 (CD, Album). The rest of the album is just fine, perfect even, but I've seen various people claiming that their 'near mint' copies have this, and I'd say mine is near mint too. Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful. s-ape/xtc/xtc s-volume-i vinyl.
Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) is the 14th studio album by the English rock band XTC, released on Cooking Vinyl/Idea Records on 23 May 2000. It is the follow-up to 1999's Apple Venus Volume 1 and contains rock-based material largely written between 1994 and 1996. Wasp Star reached number 40 on the UK Albums Chart. In 2002, the group released an instrumental version of the album entitled Waspstrumental. XTC dissolved in 2006, leaving Wasp Star their last studio album to date.
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Lyrically, Apple Venus' main preoccupation is paganism. River of Orchids" starts things off with a vision of the world reclaimed by nature; its overgrown highways and fossilized cars are like a less clever but more convincing version of the Talking Heads' "Nothing but Flowers. Easter Theater," "Harvest Festival" and "Greenman" take their turns with simlilar pagan issues. What's remarkable about this album is the way it reveals itself. The first listen may slide by, the second and third will reveal a little more of interest, but by the fifth time through, Apple Venus is a vast landscape with lots of little places to dig and explore. The music is built on simple phrases, but the relationships between those phrases becomes tremendously complex.