The Dillinger Escape Plan With Mike Patton ‎– Irony Is A Dead Scene

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Epitaph ‎– 86658-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Cola
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A1 Hollywood Squares
A2 Pig Latin
B3 When Good Dogs Do Bad Things
B4 Come To Daddy
Written-By – Richard D. James

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Includes full colour printed inner sleeve or artwork, lyrics and release credits.

Track 4 is an Aphex Twin cover.
Limited to 500 copies on Cola, of these 60 were reserved for European distribution.

Engineered at Portrait Recording Studios, Lincoln Park, NJ.
Mixed at Show Place Studios, Dover, NJ.
Mastered at West West Side Studios, Tenafly, NJ.

Dillinger's publishing info: Relapse Release Music (ASCAP), administered by Rykomusic (ASCAP).
Mike Patton's publishing info: Mal Di Gola (ASCAP).

©&℗ 2010, 2002 Epitaph.

Rainbo Records, Chicago Mastering Service and jason Ward are not directly credited but have been identified via the matrix string etched in the vinyl runout.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 045778665815
  • Matrix / Runout: S-74387 86658-1-A [sideways ☮]JW100914
  • Matrix / Runout: 86658-1-B [sideways ☮]JW100914 S-74388
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Eviltoastman

Eviltoastman

June 30, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

The original Buddyhead version plays at 33⅓ rpm but sounded absolutely amazing. One of my favourite pressings involving Mike Patton and certainly the best thing ever release by The Dillinger Escape Plan. I am delighted to say that this 45rpm Epitaph version sounds every bit as good as the original Buddyhead version, the thing sounds so good it gives me goosebumps. I cannot believe that it's again on a coloured vinyl. Very highly recommended.

Very late edit: This reissue is ever so slightly more bright that the original Buddyhead version. Small details are apparant on this pressing which aren't so clear as in the Buddyhead version such as the tapping and liught percussion at the start of 'Pig Latin' which follows the rhythm of the shaker at the start of the track before it explodes into life.