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Tracklist

1Cataract5:11
2Vacant Skies (Remix)3:55
3Light Burns Clear4:24
4Air3:57
5Glasshouse Tarot5:13
6Assemble The Empire3:01
7RX Coup3:14
8Echodyne Harmonic3:57
9Red Alibi3:42
10Collapse4:16
11Mye3:39
12Sans Cosm3:59
13Cut Your Ribbon3:04

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0044-50366-2Sparta Wiretap Scars ‎(CD, Album)DreamWorks Records0044-50366-2US2002
450 366-2Sparta Wiretap Scars ‎(CD, Album)DreamWorks Records450 366-2UK & Europe2002
noneSparta Wiretap Scars ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Adv)DreamWorks Records, PolydornoneFrance2002
450 393-2Sparta Wiretap Scars ‎(CD, Album)DreamWorks Records450 393-2UK2002
450 366-2Sparta Wiretap Scars ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)DreamWorks Records 450 366-2RussiaUnknown

Credits

  • EngineerJoe McGrath
  • Engineer [2nd Engineer]Alex Aligizakis
  • Engineer [Assistant]Kristina Ardron
  • Producer, Mixed ByJerry Finn

Notes

UK promotional release. Spelt "Wiretrap Scars" on sleeve. Plastic cover with printed insert. 13 Tracks.

Album

Wiretap Scars is an album by Sparta, released on August 13, 2002 on DreamWorks Records and peaked at number 71 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. This is in contrast to the music of. Sparta's debut EP showed promise, but Wiretap Scars is a sound reward. It fills the void where At the Drive-In was with focused post-hardcore frazzle, leaving the relentless experimentation to Cedric Bixler and Omar Rodriguez in Mars Volta and focusing instead on a terse melodic sense. Wiretap Scars is accessible, but on Sparta's own terms. Mye and Cataract return from the EP the reflective Echodyne Harmonic has been more fully realized. 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's real 'film at eleven'-sized surprise, however, isn't the musical similarity to their parent group, but how closely Ward's vocals stick to Cedric B. Wiretap Scars. Sparta - Wiretap Scars 2002. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock Indie Rock Experimental. Songs in album Sparta - Wiretap Scars 2002. Sparta - Cut Your Ribbon. Sparta - Air. Sparta - Mye. Sparta - Collapse. Sparta - Sans Cosm. Sparta - Light Burns Clear. Album 2002 12 Songs. More By Sparta. See , 'Wiretap Scars' has an overall different feel and mood compared to 'Porcelain'. Where the latter seems much more melancholic and in parts ambient, quite some songs on 'Wiretap Scars' have a much more rougher feeling and musical build up. But also the slower and more quiet songs differ, as more instruments are used. Like cello-like strings on 'Collapse' for example, or the elctronic like intro to 'Cataract'. Sparta Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Not so. While hairy frontman Cedric Bixler and guitarist Omar Rodriguez did, indeed, venture into weirdo space jazz under the name the Mars Volta, guitarist Jim Ward, bassist Paul Hinojos, and drummer Tony Hajjar stay on course as Sparta. Wiretap Scars echoes the reckless beauty of the trio's former band. Wiretap Scars is an album by Sparta, released on August 13, 2002 on DreamWorks Records and peaked at 71 on the Billboard 200. Wiretap Scars, 2002. Cut Your Ribbon, 03:04. Air, 03:57. Mye, 03:39. Collapse, 04:16. Sans Cosm, 03:59. Light Burns Clear, 04:24. Wiretap Scars is the debut full length album by Alternative and post-hardcore band Sparta. It was released on August 13, 2002. The band lineup of this album features lead vocalist and guitarist Jim Ward, drummer Tony Hajjar, second guitarist Paul Hinojos, and bassist Matt Miller, all of whom with the exception of Miller were previously members of At the Drive-In. Wiretap Scars Q&A

Video

Sparta - Wiretap Scars flac
Performer:
Sparta
Title:
Wiretap Scars
Genre:
FLAC size:
2051 mb
MP3 size:
1699 mb
WMA size:
2097 mb
Country:
UK & Europe
Released:
2002
Label:
DreamWorks Records
Style:
Indie Rock
Rating:
4.4
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