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Cut All the Wires: 2009–2011

by Wye Oak

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    Deluxe 10th anniversary reissue includes original album plus bonus LP Cut All the Wires: 2009–2011. Gatefold sleeve with dual front cover and obi spine strip. Full-color printed dust sleeves with lyrics. Includes digital download card.

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Replacement 02:22
No Words 04:37
Electricity 04:34
Sinking Ship 03:24
Pardon 03:34
Ten Fingers 02:52
I'm Proud 04:00


released October 22, 2021

All songs recorded by Wye Oak except “Electricity” and “Half a Double Man” recorded by Wye Oak and Mike Leikin with assistance from Jake Smith, and “Two Small Deaths” recorded by Adam Cooke

Mixed by Brandon Eggleston @ The Pet Cemetery and Crematorium in Vancouver, WA, except “Two Small Deaths” mixed by Adam Cooke @ Big Light Studio in Nashville, TN

Mastered by Sarah Register

With love and thanks to Martin Anderson, Rusty Sutton, Brandon Eggleston, Gretchen Klein, Libby Webster, Nate Welker, Ian Wheeler, Annie Horvath, Mike O’Leary, Mike Leikin, Adam Cooke, Merge Records


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Wye Oak Baltimore, Maryland

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of Wye Oak have spent most of their lives in Baltimore, MD. But after two years of constant touring with Civilian, they landed on opposite sides of the country with an unforeseeable future ahead. Despite this newfound uncertainty, the two bandmates embraced their physical distance, passing ideas back and forth, allowing new work to evolve in their respective solitudes. ... more

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