|Year||Album Details||Peak chart positions||Certifications
|1979||Drums and Wires
|1984||The Big Express
|1985||25 O'Clock (as The Dukes of Stratosphear)
|1987||Psonic Psunspot (as The Dukes of Stratosphear)
|1989||Oranges & Lemons
|1999||Apple Venus Volume 1
|2000||Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2)
Compilations, instrumentals, demos, live and tribute albums (with chart position)
|1980||Take Away / The Lure of Salvage||-||Virgin Records||Record containing dub versions of XTC tracks. Originally released as by "Mr. Partridge".|
|1980||Urgh! A Music War||-||A&M Records||soundtrack that includes a live version of "Respectable Street"|
|1982||Waxworks: Some Singles 1977–1982||54||Geffen Records||Compilation Album|
|1982||Beeswax: Some B-Sides 1977–1982||-||Virgin Records||Compilation Album of B-Sides|
|1985||The Compact XTC||-||Virgin Records||Greatest Hits Album|
|1987||Chips from the Chocolate Fireball (as The Dukes of Stratosphear)||-||Virgin Records||CD compilation of 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot|
|1990||Explode Together: The Dub Experiments 78-80||-||Virgin Records||Compilation Album of Dub Versions|
|1990||Rag and Bone Buffet: Rare Cuts and Leftovers||-||Virgin Records||B-sides, BBC sessions, Soundtrack Contributions|
|1992||BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert||-||Windsong International Records||Live Recording|
|1994||Drums and Wireless: BBC Radio Sessions 77–89||-||Windsong International Records||BBC sessions|
|1995||A Testimonial Dinner: The Songs of XTC||-||Nectar Masters||Tribute album, featuring a variety of artists covering songs. XTC feature on one track under the pseudonym "Terry and the Lovemen".|
|1996||Fossil Fuel: The XTC Singles 1977–92||33||Virgin Records||Greatest Hits|
|1997||Upsy Daisy Assortment||-||Geffen Records||US-exclusive compilation|
|1998||Transistor Blast: The Best of the BBC Sessions||-||Cooking Vinyl||4 Disk Box Set Containing BBC Sessions and Live Recordings|
|1999||Homespun||-||Cooking Vinyl/Idea||Demo Album|
|2002||Coat of Many Cupboards||-||Virgin Records||Box Set|
|2002||Instruvenus||-||Idea||Instrumental version of XTC's Apple Venus Volume 1|
|2002||Waspstrumental||-||Idea||Instrumental version of XTC's Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2)|
|2005||Apple Box||-||Idea||Box set compiling Apple Venus Volume 1 and Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) along with their demo albums Homespun and Homegrown|
|"—" denotes a release that did not chart.|
Fuzzy Warbles albums
The "Fuzzy Warbles" series is a collection of demos and sketches from Andy Partridge's tape archive. They do not include any of Colin Moulding's songs and are produced and compiled by Partridge. The name was probably inspired by a line from A Clockwork Orange, when Alex asks a girl in a record shop if she has anything at home to play her "fuzzy warbles" on. Instead, he invites her to his house where he has a premium quality sound system installed.
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 1 (2002)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 2 (2002)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 3 (2003)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 4 (2003)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 5 (2004)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 6 (2004)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 7 (2006)
- Fuzzy Warbles Volume 8 (2006)
- Hinges (2006)
- Eighties Goldies (1980) A French Cassette-Only Compilation of the first six Singles & B-sides.
- The Tiny Circus of Life (1992) Limited French compilation.
- Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the '80s Underground (2004) includes Senses Working Overtime
Where available, chart positions are given for each country of release. Includes commercially available XTC singles, and commercially available singles credited to The Dukes of Stratosphear, The Colonel, and The Three Wise Men.
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Notes||Album|
|October 1977||"Science Friction" (Partridge)||7" single withdrawn in UK, though released in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. 12" released as 3D EP.||Non-album release|
|January 1978||"Statue of Liberty" (Partridge)||White Music|
|April 1978||"This Is Pop?" (Partridge)||Completely re-recorded version of a track from White Music.||Non-album release|
|September 1978||"Are You Receiving Me?" (Partridge)||86||Initially a non-LP single. Track included on some later pressings of Go 2.||Non-album release|
|April 1979||"Life Begins at the Hop" (Moulding)||54||94||80||Initially a non-LP single. Track included on some later pressings of Drums and Wires. Single came out after "Making Plans for Nigel" outside of UK.||Non-album release|
|September 1979||"Making Plans for Nigel" (Moulding)||17||94||12||32||29||Drums and Wires|
|January 1980||"Ten Feet Tall" (Moulding)||US release only. Completely re-recorded version of a track from Drums and Wires.||Non-album release|
|March 1980||"Wait Till Your Boat Goes Down" (Partridge)||Non-album release|
|August 1980||"Generals and Majors" (Moulding)||32||24||92||16||104||Reached #28 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart (US)||Black Sea|
|October 1980||"Towers of London" (Partridge)||31|
|October 1980||The Colonel:
"Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen" (The Colonel) i.e. Moulding
|Pseudonymous single by XTC's Colin Moulding, with Terry Chambers on drums.||Non-album release|
|November 1980||"Take This Town" (Partridge)||UK release only. From the Times Square soundtrack. B-side by The Ruts.||Non-album release|
|December 1980||"Sgt. Rock (Is Going to Help Me)" (Partridge)||16||20||Black Sea|
|January 1981||"Love at First Sight" (Moulding)||North American release only.|
|March 1981||"Respectable Street" (Partridge)||Remixed single version, featuring slightly rewritten and re-sung lyrics.|
|January 1982||"Senses Working Overtime" (Partridge)||10||12||36||22||15||37||Reached #38 on Billboard's Rock Album Tracks Chart (US)||English Settlement|
|February 1982||"Ball and Chain" (Moulding)||58||97|
|May 1982||"No Thugs in Our House" (Partridge)|
|April 1983||"Great Fire" (Partridge)||Mummer|
|June 1983||"Wonderland" (Moulding)|
|September 1983||"Love on a Farmboy's Wages" (Partridge)||50|
|November 1983||The Three Wise Men:
"Thanks for Christmas" (Balthazar/Kaspar/Melchior)
|Pseudonymous Christmas single.||Non-album release|
|September 1984||"All You Pretty Girls" (Partridge)||55||76||The Big Express|
|November 1984||"This World Over" (Partridge)||99|
|February 1985||"Wake Up" (Moulding)||94|
|April 1985||The Dukes of Stratosphear:
"The Mole from the Ministry" (Johns) i.e. Partridge
|Pseudonymous single by XTC's alter ego The Dukes of Stratosphear.||25 O'Clock|
|September 1986||"Grass" (Moulding)||100||Skylarking|
|February 1987||"The Meeting Place" (Moulding)||100||B-side has four demo tracks, recorded at the writers' homes on 4-track cassette machines: "Terrorism", "Let's Make a Den", "Find the Fox", "The Troubles"|
|March? 1987||"Earn Enough for Us" (Partridge)||Released in Canada and Australia only.|
|June 1987||"Dear God" (Partridge)||99||Originally the non-album B-side to "Grass". Later an A-side, and included on later pressings of Skylarking. Reached #15 on Billboard's Rock Album Tracks Chart (US).|
|July 1987||The Dukes of Stratosphear:
"You're a Good Man Albert Brown" (Johns) i.e. Partridge
|Pseudonymous single by XTC's alter ego The Dukes of Stratosphear.||Psonic Psunspot|
|January 1989||"Mayor of Simpleton" (Partridge)||46||89||42||72||Reached #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart (US).||Oranges & Lemons|
|April 1989||"King for a Day" (Moulding)||82||Reached #11 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart (US) .|
|August 1989||"The Loving" (Partridge)|
|March 1992||"The Disappointed" (Partridge)||33||32||68||Nonsuch|
|May 1992||"The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead" (Partridge)||71||48||Reached #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart (US).|
|September 1992||"Wrapped in Grey" (Partridge)||Withdrawn, only a few copies known to exist.|
|April 1999||"Easter Theatre" (Partridge)||Apple Venus|
|June 1999||"I'd Like That" (Partridge)||121|
|May 2000||"I'm the Man Who Murdered Love" (Partridge)||144||Wasp Star|
|December 2005||"Where Did the Ordinary People Go?" (Moulding)||Internet-only release.||Non-album release|
- 3D - EP (7 October 1977)
- Go + (October 1978) 6-song EP of dub mixes, included with first edition of Go2, reissued with Take Away/The Lure of Salvage on Explode Together
- Live & More EP (April 1981 — Japan Only)
- 5 Senses EP (September 1981 — Canada Only)
- Demo Tracks (July 1992 — Japan Only)
- A Hello Selection (November 1994) (Andy Partridge) limited edition 4-song EP of demos, only available to members of They Might Be Giants' Hello Recording Club
- UK chart peaks:
- Top 100 peaks: "Official Charts: XTC". Official Charts. The Official UK Charts Company. Retrieved 2016-06-05. N.B. This site displays 'compressed' (with exclusion rules applied) singles chart peaks between numbers 76–100.
- Top 200 peaks from January 1995 to December 2010: "Chart Log UK 1994–2010 > Johnny X – Xzibit". zobbel.de. Retrieved 2016-07-25. N.B. This site displays 'uncompressed' (no exclusion rules applied) singles chart peaks between 76–200 for the period January 1995 to May 2001.
- Australian chart peaks:
- Top 100 (Kent Music Report) peaks to 19 June 1988: Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992 (Illustrated ed.). St Ives: Australian Chart Book. p. 344. ISBN 0-646-11917-6. N.B. The Kent Report chart was licensed by ARIA between mid 1983 and 19 June 1988.
- Top 50 (ARIA Chart) peaks from 26 June 1988: "australian-charts.com > XTC in Australian Charts". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2016-07-25.
- "Mayor of Simpleton" (ARIA Chart) peak: "Response from ARIA re: chart inquiry, received 12 September 2016". Imgur.com. Retrieved 2016-09-17.
- Oranges & Lemons (ARIA Chart) peak: "Chartifacts – Week Ending: 31 May 1992 (from The ARIA Report Issue No. 122)". Imgur.com (original document published by ARIA). Retrieved 2016-07-25.
- Top 100 (ARIA Chart) peaks from January 1990 to December 2010: Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988-2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing.
- "Chart Stats - XTC". charts.org.nz. Retrieved 2011-10-07.
- "Chart Stats - XTC". swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 2011-10-07.
- "Chart Stats - XTC". billboard.com. Retrieved 2011-10-07.
- "Certified Awards Search Archived 2012-10-01 at WebCite". Music Canada. Retrieved on 2011-10-07. Note: User needs to enter "XTC" in the "Search" field, "Artist" in the "Search by" field and click the "Go" button. Select "More info" next to the relevant entry to see full certification history.
- "Certified Awards Search Archived September 24, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved on 2011-10-07. Note: User needs to enter "XTC" in the "Search" field, "Artist" in the "Search by" field and click the "Go" button. Select "More info" next to the relevant entry to see full certification history.
- "RPM Magazine - Canadian single chart positions". Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 2009-10-18.
- The Irish Charts - Irish chart positions.
- Steffen Hung. "New Zealand charts portal". charts.org.nz. Retrieved 2012-01-12.
- Allmusic - US Billboard Hot 100 chart positions.
- XTC Discography at chalkhills.org