Locust ‎– Wrong

Touch ‎– TO:51
2 × CD, Album

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1-1 Heal
Backing Vocals – Sarah Peacock
1-2 Make A Difference 3:51
1-3 Believe In The One 4:34
1-4 Sweet Sky 3:33
1-5 What Do You Care?
Synthesizer [Guitar] – James Wignall
1-6 Separate
Backing Vocals – Tara Patterson
1-7 Wrong 4:20
1-8 Impossible Adventure
Lead Vocals [2nd] – Vinny Miller
1-9 Haze 4:11
2-1 Presence And Gifts 5:08
2-2 Create, Dissolve And Recreate 3:51
2-3 Faith Grows From Trees 4:33
2-4 Distopian 3:34
2-5 Strings That Bind Or Drop 4:42
2-6 Playing With Time 4:23
2-7 Night Navigation 4:20
2-8 Candle Wishes 4:57
2-9 Conversations Beyond The End Of The Sky 4:19

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(p) 2002 Mark Van Hoen under license for the UK to Touch
(c) 2002 Touch

This release is not a double CD, but a twin CD format. CD2 is not intended to be played on its own, but is an expansion to normal domestic playback possibilities. As a starting point, CD1 might be played on the main CD system and the second drone CD on a ghettoblaster or home computer... maybe from another room. In an ideal world and with a little help from a friend, both CDs should be activated instantaneously, but an offset of +/- 3 or 4 seconds should still produce the anticipated intention. Relative volume level might be 3 to 1; listener feedback on any combinations is gratefully received

CD1 recorded at Pravda Studio, London 1998.
Mixed at SkySplit Studio, Bethnal Green, London 2001.
CD2 recorded at SkySplit Studio, Bethnal Green, London 2001.
Completed 8/01.

Digipak packaging.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 027803 145122
  • Barcode (String): 5027803145122
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, 2): IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 (variant 1)): IFPI 04P4
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 (variant 2)): IFPI 04E1
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 (variant 1)): IFPI 04C3
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 (variant 2)): IFPI 04E4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): TO51/1 01 5 MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): TO51/2 01 5 MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L


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May 1, 2004

Playing both cds together is an awesome listening experiment. Creative crystal clear stereo sound, awesome voice + lyrics , and the total sound is just stunning. Fantastic concept !


January 24, 2004

I think listening to this album on two cd players is worth the trouble. It does make an acoustic difference if the both sounds are coming from the same spot (as in a mixed-together-version) or "as instructed" from different directions or even cd2 playing in another room. Actually I suppose it could be interesting to compose more music like that, taking up more room, literally. Maybe some 5.1-or-even-more system could sort of work like that but Locust's Wrong does this relatively easily and accessibly. I suppose experiments are always a bit troublesome although usually rewarding. But still, the discs are as well interesting enough to listen to separately.


January 18, 2004
This is a pretty complicated procedure to listen to these CDs. What I ended up doing is borrowing my brother's CD player and mixing both CDs at the same time onto mini-disc then transferring it back onto CD to listen to it correctly. Otherwise, the whole thing with playing both CDs on two separate CD players is a complicated task. If you enjoy the Morning Light release then you'll enjoy Wrong. Actually, both CDs played on their own aren't that bad. CD2 just sounds like an experimental ambient disc and CD1 sounds like a sequel to Morning Light.