With a settled line-up, the cohesion cemented by months on the road was much in evidence on Wings At The Speed Of Sound, the band's fifth album, released in 1976. So much so, that each band member had at least one lead vocal performance, including Linda's Cook of the House. Recorded at Abbey Road studios, it was the first Paul album to be recorded on English turf since Red Rose Speedway. The strong impression given by the album was stability, and the music wasn't bad either with two more hardy perennials emerging in the shape of Let ‘Em In and Silly Love Songs. The album was another massive success, peaking at number 2 in the UK (it was the fourth biggest album of the year) and topping the charts in the US, spending nearly a year in the top 100. Four of the songs went into the Wings Over America tour, with which the album's release was meant to coincide (the tour was in fact delayed by a couple of months).
Denny Laine: Lead Vocal on Tracks 2 & 8
Wings At The Speed Of Sound
Studio - Wings / Parlophone/EMI / 26 Mar 1976