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Wings at the Speed of Sound is the fifth album by Wings (or Paul McCartney's seventh solo release) and was recorded and issued in 1976 in the midst of a large world tour as the follow-up album to the popular Venus and Mars.

In 1993, Wings at the Speed of Sound was remastered and reissued on compact disc as part of "The Paul McCartney Collection" series, along with The Country Hams' "Walking in the Park with Eloise" and its B-side… read more



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  • Avatar for Irlandese64
    What everyone else said.
  • Avatar for DodgeyQuagmire
    McCartney's bass playing is probably at his best here - his most natural due to the fact he's playing with a drummer (rather than overdubbing drums himself). So these songs have much more of a "band feel" to them. Meaning that Paul's bass really shines through.
  • Avatar for TheFatChocobo
    Could've been my favorite Wings album, with some substitutions: Cook of the House, Must Do Something About It, and Warm & Beautiful don't hold up for me, but as for the rest--let's just say that superlatives abound.
  • Avatar for ecmusic
    Oh wow, instant time machine....
  • Avatar for mada11
    What a very good over looked album. Shame

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