LP version. The Girl In The Glass Case is the debut long player from The Senior Service. As with all great instrumental music, it weaves it's web of magic through the light and shade created from the brush of keys, plucking of strings and beating of skins, with the occasional splash of color provided by brass, vibes and theremin. A collection of songs with an orchestral sensibility juxtaposed with an urgent garage rock crash bang wallop. The Girl In The Glass Case is completely unique and has a comforting familiarity that will take the listener back to the greatest scenes from some of the Senior Service's favorite movies. The title of the album is inspired by an original Wolf Howard poem. From the first unexpected crash of "Snake Charmer", attacking you like the crack of a rattlesnake's tail, to the final hushed piano coda of "Bees", via the European flavored intrigue of "Into the Tunnel" and exhilarating Mexican romance of "Five Beans In The Wheel", the listener is completely immersed in the world of The Senior Service.