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1. Pump
2. Shapes To Escape
3. Kidnap Yourself
4. I Fall Into Your Arms
5. Only One I
6. Com'era Dov'era
7. Flagwearing
8. Do You Mean That?
9. Pump
10. Pulling
11. Pale Feet
12. Only One I - II
13. To & Fro

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Past my radar screen 12 Feb. 2014
By J. M. Parrish - Published on
Recently introduced to Graham Lewis. Assumed it was a recent release thinking this is cutting edge modern, just to learn it was 1986. HOW did this get by my radar screen?? Unique in the music world and just different enough to be an icon of musical style. I found it playing constantly in my listening and not tiring of of. There are parts that have a depeche mode feel then again realized these releases are on the same label. Randomly ask 10 people of they have heard of Graham Lewis, He Said, or He Said Omala and you'll likely get a blank stare. Quality music all the way. A clear classic.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By dregmusick - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those albums which was ignored and misunderstood in it's time and is now virtually non-existent. He Said is Edward Graham Lewis from Wire. Fusing equal parts sophisticated songcraft(think Kate Bush/early Talk Talk) with industrial beats and structures(think Cabaret Voltaire), this album was too slick for experimentalists and far too experimental for any mainstream consumption. If you are into early 4ad,Some Bizarre, Talk Talk, The Canterbury Now or even early Peter Gabriel then you MUST own this album. Brilliant, haunting and unique. Six stars!!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Brilliant lost album! 6 April 2008
By James S. Whatley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album. I've worn out my cassette over many years, and it was a dub. Com'era Dov'era is a trip! It will stay with you and haunt your dreams.
Track Listing for Cassette Version 11 Sept. 2012
By Mr. Rex - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Track Listing for Cassette Version: (1) Pump (2) Shaded To Escape (3) Kidnap Yourself (4) I Fall Into Your Arms (5) Only One I (6) Com'era Dov'era (7) Flagwearing (8)Do You Mean That (9) Pump - Instrumental (10) Pulling 3gs (11) Pale Feet (12) Only One i - II (13) To & Fro
for collector's of Dome and Wire 10 Jan. 2012
By Steven Perry - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If you missed this album you missed a stunning piece of history in the musical musings of Gilbert & Lewis of Wire fame. The other reviews are descriptive enough so I will leave it at that.
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