The Wire Frames | Dissect The Recall

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Dissect The Recall

by The Wire Frames

The Wire Frames' debut album is a mix of 90's alt rock and pop/punk with a little folk-rock thrown in for taste. Melodic and catchy, you'll find yourself humming these songs long after the music has stopped.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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1. An Introduction Of Sorts
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2. Sorts
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3. A Coffee Song
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4. Cottonwood (No Lie)
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5. No Vaccination
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6. Artistically Speaking
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7. Great Big
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8. So Sweet
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9. Orchid Eyes
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10. Torn Paper People
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11. Over It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Wire Frames is a band based out of Ames, IA headed by Curtis Weigel. Their debut album, Dissect The Recall, is a collection of songs Curtis had written since 2006 had written and performed with a number of failed bands. After recording, he recruited his brother Ethan Rietz to play drums and fill out The Wire Frames' roster.


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C. Weigel

My Album Review of My Album
WARNING: THIS ALBUM REVIEW IS HIGHLY BIASED.
Dissect The Recall came out almost a year and a half ago and I still enjoy listening to it. Yes, it is my album, but I think still getting joy out of listening to it is more than just a reflection of the size of my ego. When the CDs first arrived on my doorstep I was ecstatic. I loved being able to pop my own CD into the CD player and hear my songs; an amazing feeling for any musician. As time went on and the initial excitement wore off, I could only hear all of the changes I wanted to make. The band, and subsequently the songs, had gone in a much louder, more rock 'n roll direction, and I felt some of the recordings were lacking an intensity that they had live. I shelved it for a while as we focused on writing new music and refining our sound. As I revisit it now, I appreciate it for what it is. The songs are exactly what we were going for at the time, and the album is a perfect time capsule of where I was musically at that point. The full vision of the band had yet to be realized, and this album shows the starting point. I realized that a good song will come across regardless of how many backing vocals your have, or what guitar you use, as I feel these songs do.