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Black Sea is the fourth studio album by the English band XTC, released 12 September 1980 on Virgin Records. Rock (Is Going to Help Me)". The album itself remains XTC's second-highest charting British album, placing at number 16, and the most successful US album of their career, peaking at number 41 on the Billboard 200.
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I am the fly on the wall My prying eyes are looking through your bottom drawer I just came flying through your door You didn't notice that your number had been called. I see the mother beating the babe I see the money, the pennies you save Stored on computers from birth to the grave. I'm telling you, fly on the wall See, see, see, seeing it all. I am the fly upon the wall You're in the index of the files that stand so tall Although your health is rather poor We have a place for those who cannot find a cure.
Likely their darkest album, Same Place the Fly Got Smashed is another solid effort that takes the form of a tragic rock opera about a doomed, midwestern alcoholic. While the joylessness of this concept wears a bit thin over the course of the 13 tracks, the songwriting is compelling enough to make it fly. Punk rave-ups ("The Hard Way" and "Local Mix-Up/Murder Charge") and accoustic strummers ("When She Turns 50" and "How Loft I Am?") are equally capable in the evocation of the emotions of guilt, hopelessness, and forgotten innocence that pervade the album.
13) Go 2 (Virgin Records, 1978). After the herky jerky adrenaline rush of their 1978 debut White Music, XTC wasted little time in knocking out a follow up – and it showed. The album’s greatest downfall comes in the form of the two songs contributed by then keyboardist Barry Andrews – the cod reggae of Super Tuff and the frankly terrible My Weapon – who was attempting to assert himself as a songwriting talent alongside bandleader Andy Partridge and bassist Colin Moulding.