Walking Wounded is a 1996 album by Everything but the Girl, their ninth studio release. It is their highest charting album to date, reaching number 4 in the UK and number 37 in the U.S.
This was the first album in which the group adopted a more electronic and dance style after the success of the remixed version of "Missing" from their previous album, Amplified Heart. The album's cover art (see photo) is unusual in that it features an album's barcode on both the front and back of the album.
Several tracks from the album were released as singles, including ' the cinematic drum 'n' bass-pop crossover', "Walking Wounded" (#6 on the Top 40), the 'thumping house', "Wrong" (#8 on the Top 40), and the down tempo "Single" that set Thorn's emotionally direct vocal against breakbeats, organ and strings.