Coming off their most successful album yet, Paradigm (which featured the massive single "Viva La Victoria"), Eclipse are back with follow-up Wired. Preceded by the single, an anthem for the ages, "Saturday Night (Hallelujah)" the new record sees the Swedish quartet going from strength to strength and, as they have done since the beginning, taking no prisoners. Some of the best songs of their career arrive on this record and it's uplifting, and much needed, to be able to enjoy such a monster album in the aftermath of the pandemic age. With the momentum of their last studio album propelling them, Wired promises to push them even further up the rock 'n roll mountain.
Coming off their most successful album yet, Paradigm (which featured the massive single "Viva La Victoria"), Eclipse are back with follow-up Wired. Preceded by the single, an anthem for the ages, "Saturday Night (Hallelujah)" the new record sees the Swedish quartet going from strength to strength and, as they have done since the beginning, taking no prisoners. Some of the best songs of their career arrive on this record and it's uplifting, and much needed, to be able to enjoy such a monster album in the aftermath of the pandemic age. With the momentum of their last studio album propelling them, Wired promises to push them even further up the rock 'n roll mountain.
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Wired [LP]
Artist: Eclipse
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Coming off their most successful album yet, Paradigm (which featured the massive single "Viva La Victoria"), Eclipse are back with follow-up Wired. Preceded by the single, an anthem for the ages, "Saturday Night (Hallelujah)" the new record sees the Swedish quartet going from strength to strength and, as they have done since the beginning, taking no prisoners. Some of the best songs of their career arrive on this record and it's uplifting, and much needed, to be able to enjoy such a monster album in the aftermath of the pandemic age. With the momentum of their last studio album propelling them, Wired promises to push them even further up the rock 'n roll mountain.

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