Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC

Originally released in 1982, English Settlement is a watershed work for XTC that provides a valuable link between the band they had been (caustic, high pitched, and quirky) and the band they became (sublime, pastoral, and still undeniably quirky). It reveals a band in transition, coming only months before swearing off touring, due to Andy Partridge's stage fright, and the subsequent departure of drummer Terry Chambers. despite the internal hemorrhaging, or perhaps because of it, XTC produced their finest record.

XTC

English Settlement

Album artwork for Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC by English Settlement - XTC
Album artwork for Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC by English Settlement - XTC
Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
LP+x2

£29.99

180 gram vinyl.

Clear
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 03/06/2022Catalogue Number

APELPX105C

Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
LPx2

£28.99

200 Gram Super Heavyweight Vinyl.

Black
Released 29/11/2019Catalogue Number

APELPX105

Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
CD

£11.99

Released 14/06/2016Catalogue Number

APECD116

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

XTC

English Settlement

Album artwork for Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC by English Settlement - XTC
Album artwork for Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC by English Settlement - XTC
Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
LP+x2

£29.99

180 gram vinyl.

Clear
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 03/06/2022Catalogue Number

APELPX105C

Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
LPx2

£28.99

200 Gram Super Heavyweight Vinyl.

Black
Released 29/11/2019Catalogue Number

APELPX105

Album artwork for English Settlement by XTC
CD

£11.99

Released 14/06/2016Catalogue Number

APECD116

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Originally released in 1982, English Settlement is a watershed work for XTC that provides a valuable link between the band they had been (caustic, high pitched, and quirky) and the band they became (sublime, pastoral, and still undeniably quirky). It reveals a band in transition, coming only months before swearing off touring, due to Andy Partridge's stage fright, and the subsequent departure of drummer Terry Chambers. despite the internal hemorrhaging, or perhaps because of it, XTC produced their finest record.