As the album’s infectious ”Should She Cry?” proves, a three-year recording hiatus hasn’t diminished this California quartet’s ability to write catchy hooks or play alluring electric folk-pop. Elsewhere, a self-conscious dose of Dylanesque revelry is amusing in its way, but Wire Train’s adventures into gospelly rock (in a Van Morrison-Stones vein) are less compelling. C
Wire Train As the album's infectious ''Should She Cry?'' proves, a three-year recording hiatus hasn't diminished this California quartet's ability to write...Wire TrainFolk, Pop As the album's infectious ''Should She Cry?'' proves, a three-year recording hiatus hasn't diminished this California quartet's ability to write...1990-09-07
Genre: Folk, Pop; Producer (group): MCA
Posted September 7 1990 — 12:00 AM EDT
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