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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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XTC was a New Wave band from Swindon, England, active between 1976 and 2005. Though the band enjoyed some significant chart success (including the UK hits "Making Plans For Nigel" [1979] and "Senses Working Overtime" [1982]), they are more known for their long-standing critical success than for making hit records.

While XTC have not announced a formal break-up, in 2006 band member Andy Partridge announced that the only other remaining member of XTC, Colin Moulding, was no longer interested in writing, performing or recording music. Partridge has stated that he will not issue new recordings under the XTC banner without Moulding's participation; accordingly, he now speaks of XTC "in the past tense."



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