Big Data ‎– Dangerous

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– 7-547674 (K1)
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Vinyl, 7"
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A Dangerous
Featuring – Joywave
B Dangerous (Oliver Remix)
Remix – Oliver (41)

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2015 Record Store Day exclusive. Limited to 1700 copies.

This exclusive floppy disc inspired 7" vinyl features Big Data's chart-topping hit "Dangerous (feat. Joywave)," alongside the HypeMachine favorite "Dangerous (Oliver Remix)." The paranoia-inflected electronic pop track was performed on Late Night Seth Meyers and has won Big Data the acclaim of Rolling Stone, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, etc., and will be featured on the band's debut album 2.0, out March 24.

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  • Barcode (Sticker Text): 054391968852

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foxorian

foxorian

April 1, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

I came across this single at a local music store and thought the packaging was hilarious and awesome. It seriously looks exactly like an 8-inch floppy, even the sticker applied to the front looks like an old info label. True, the holes expose the grooves, but just slip the whole case into a plastic sleeve and it still looks good and is reasonably protected.
I wasn't familiar with Big Data before, so yes, I bought this based solely on its packaging. But I was also pleasantly surprised by the catchy song it contained, and got me into the group's other music. Both versions of the song sound great, I have no problems playing both sides back to back.
Pwnpitar

Pwnpitar

June 9, 2015
In terms of packaging this is probably the single worst purchase I've ever made. It just comes in a flimsy cardboard jacket with NO inner sleeve at all, and with huge holes in the package that expose the grooves! I get that it's meant to look like a floppy disc, but I'm pretty sure Warner could afford some plain paper sleeves so the grooves aren't completely vulnerable. Plus my copy came with a corner completely bent over the back because of how flimsy the whole thing is. The thing sounds fine, but the package is so goddamn cheap.