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If You See Her Go - Wire Train - Wire Train (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Quite a few others are very close - "Should She Cry", "If You See Her Go", "Precious Time". The production is outstanding, and the band is now benefiting greatly from the guitar work of Jeff Trott, who had joined for the previous album, 's "Ten Women". Following this album, Wire Train closed out their career with "No Soul No Strain" in /5(7).
  2. Wire Train discography and songs: Music profile for Wire Train, formed Genres: Jangle Pop, New Wave, Pop Rock. Albums include In a Chamber, Point Break, and Nobody Rides for Free / I Will Not Fall.
  3. Any songs that didn’t work for Wire Train were passed onto other artists for cold hard cash. Some takers included The Go Go’s, The Divinyls, and even Eddie Rabbit. Whatever pays the rent! In the band went to London to record their 3rd record-Ten Women. The first to feature Trott, it was definitely not the same old Wire Train sound.
  4. Wire Train, an Album by Wire Train. Released in on MCA (catalog no. MCAD; CD). Genres: Pop Rock.
  5. You sit and waste your time Your words are only lies And I just see in her Somethinh I've never realised We can live our lives in misery We can live together And live free I forget it all when I see you You'll just fall and I see you I forget it all when I see you.
  6. The first thing Kevin Hunter of Wire Train did last week when he got home from a concert tour as Bob Dylan's opening act was to listen to one of Dylan's greatest albums, "Highway 61 Revisited.".
  7. Oct 25,  · Music video by Wire Train performing She Comes On. (C) SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.
  8. Quite a few others are very close - "Should She Cry", "If You See Her Go", "Precious Time". The production is outstanding, and the band is now benefiting greatly from the guitar work of Jeff Trott, who had joined for the previous album, 's "Ten Women". Following this album, Wire Train closed out their career with "No Soul No Strain" in