Deee-Lite ‎– Infinity Within

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Elektra ‎– 61313-2, Elektra ‎– 9 61313-2
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1 I.F.O. (Identified Flying Object)
Engineer – Alvin Speights, Matt StillScratches – Headliner (2), Speech, Towa TeiVocals – Arrested Development
2:55
2 Runaway 3:54
3 Heart Be Still
Clavinet – Bernie WorrellPercussion – Robin Lobe
4:10
4 I Won't Give Up 4:24
5 Vote, Baby, Vote 0:32
6 Two Clouds Above Nine
Engineer – David Sussman, Grant AustinVocals – Jamal-Ski*
5:08
7 Electric Shock
Engineer – Jim Viviano, Rich July
4:50
8 I Had A Dream I Was Falling Through A Hole In The Ozone Layer
Clavinet, Piano – Bernie WorrellEngineer – Michael White (4)Mixed By – Mark Plati
5:38
9 Fuddy Duddy Judge
Backing Vocals – Zhana SaundersEngineer – Fil Brown, Kyle BessSynthesizer [Mini Moog] – Bernie WorrellVocals – Michael Franti
4:37
10 Pussycat Meow 3:50
11 Thank You Everyday
Keyboards – Satoshi Tomiie
6:21
12 Rubber Lover
Backing Vocals – Bootsy CollinsMixed By – Hoover Le, John Poppo, Mike Rogers
3:59
13 Come On In, The Dreams Are Fine
Flute [Fake] – Towa TeiFlute [Real] – Maceo ParkerKeyboards – Satoshi TomiiePercussion – Robin Lobe
5:10
14 Love Is Everything (Bonus Track)
Backing Vocals – Bootsy CollinsGuitar – Catfish CollinsMelodica – Bernie WorrellTabla – Misha Masud
5:28

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Deee-Lite presents
See the shocking groovelicity
Feel the realness of the itch
Hear...
Infinity Within

Let's face it! It's a pro-choice album!
Earth Lovin'

Track 14 is a bonus track.

All Songs Written, Produced and Arranged for Sampladelic Productions.

Catalog number on spine: 9 61313-2
Catalog number on disc and rear of sleeve: 61313-2

Printed in U.S.A.

Issued in an Ivy Hill Eco Pak™ Jewel Box case with a separate, removable insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 075596131322
  • Barcode: 0 7559-61313-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout: 2 61313-2 SRC+03 M1S1

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
61313-1 Deee-Lite Infinity Within(2xLP, Album) Elektra 61313-1 US 1992 Sell This Version
96 13134 Deee-Lite Infinity Within(Cass, Album, Dol) Elektra 96 13134 Canada 1992 Sell This Version
61313-2, 9 61313-2 Deee-Lite Infinity Within(CD, Album, Eco) Elektra, Elektra 61313-2, 9 61313-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
9 61313-4, W1170-2 Deee-Lite Infinity Within(Cass, Album) Elektra, Elektra 9 61313-4, W1170-2 Indonesia 1992 Sell This Version
9 61313-4, 61313-4 Deee-Lite Infinity Within(Cass, Album, SR,) Elektra, Elektra 9 61313-4, 61313-4 US 1992 Sell This Version

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sauce1977rm

June 9, 2003

I enjoy the work of Deee-Lite very much.

Not too many people think of them past their most popular and best hit, "Groove Is In The Heart," and/or past their appearance as the musical guest on NBC's Saturday Night Live at the height of their popularity.

For those who desire just "Groove Is In The Heart," I feel the best version can be found with many other great versions on their 'Dancefloor Oddities' album. It also resides on their 'World Clique' album, but really, to think of Deee-Lite as just a "Groove Is In The Heart" group and nothing else is merely a superficial look.

I've enjoyed Towa Tei's work on his 'Future Listening!' album. I enjoy most of the tracks that Towa, Dimitry, and Kier have put out for the public.

With this group, they usually went on a mix cassette tape, and I'd usually rewind the tape at least once to replay the sounds from Deee-Lite. :D

Possibly my most favorite tracks on this album were track 7, Electric Shock, and track 12, Rubber Lover. Track 12 seems a bit hokey, but the group tried to send out a message at the time that was very necessary, as it is today.

If you cut past their 'messages to the public' in their tracks on this album (heck, the CD was produced with the 'Eco-Pak Jewel Case'), you'll see that Deee-Lite is about as harmlessly suggestive in comparison to some of the more blatant and judgemental groups out there. Don't be fooled by this subtle, above average, yet wonderful album. Deee-Lite was primarily about the music on 'Infinity Within.'

Campy, funny, odd, sincere, they can be misconstrued as 'Techno Hippies,' but really, when Kier sings, who really cares when she sings with such a sweet voice. Track 3, "Heart Be Still," is a solid effort, and I like track 2, "Runaway."

The time-piece tracks happen to be track 5, "Vote, Baby, Vote," and not-so-time-piece, track 8, "I Had A Dream I Was Falling Through A Hole In The Ozone Layer." Track 8 deals with environmental consciousness, which with youth voting turnouts and safe intercourse, those were the fad focuses of the early 90s activism. However, when we see fighting for natural resources here in Michigan over the Great Lakes water useage, one sees that the messages are still timeless.

The fuzzy, feel-good track for me is the final CD track, track 14, "Love Is Everything." It's a slow song, and really, I like it a lot.

Okay everybody, those are my two cents. The album is not perfect, but it looks pretty funky, and it fits with Deee-Lite's image and messages.