Music video by Wire Train performing Last Perfect Thing. (C) 1985 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
Wire Train was a United States based group who produced six albums in the 1980s and early 1990s. The band was originally formed as the Renegades in April 1983 in San Francisco. Wire Train signed to the local 415 Records label, also home to acts like Translator and Romeo Void, all of which found themselves with a national distribution deal when 415 entered into a deal with Columbia Records.
Wire Train's first album, In a Chamber, made the national charts in 1984, as did its second Between Two Words in 1986 and fifth No Soul No Strain in 1993. Brian MacLeod replaced Federico Gil Sola for the second album, and Kurt Herr left during the making of Between Two Words, to be replaced by Jeff Trott for their third album, Ten Women, which also charted in 1987. Dave Sharp, guitarist with The Alarm, featured on that album's Breakwater Days.
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