Dot Allison ‎– Mo' Pop

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Heavenly ‎– HVN87CD
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1 Mo' Pop
Engineer [Engineered By] – Dot Allison, Mark McGuireMixed By – Magnus Fiennes, Niven GarlandProducer [Produced By] – Dot Allison, Magnus FiennesWritten-By – A. Reynolds*, D. Allison*
3:51
2 Melted (Edit)
Engineer [Engineered By] – Dot Allison, Tim HolmesProducer [Produced By], Mixed By – Richard FearlessWritten-By – D. Allison*
6:11
3 Blind
Mixed By, Engineer [Engineered By] – Dot Allison, Steve DubProducer [Produced By] – Dot AllisonWritten-By – D. Allison*
4:14

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Inner sleeve:
Mo' Pop published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. Mixed for Townhouse Management.
Melted published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. Engineered at the Toy Shop/Orinoco.
Blind published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. Mixed and engineered at the Toy Shop.

Inner sleeve & disc:
℗ 1999 Deconstruction Ltd. © 1999 Deconstruction Ltd. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Deconstruction Ltd. © 1999 Deconstruction Ltd.
Marketed by Deconstruction and distributed by the local BMG company. A unit of BMG Entertainment. Made in the EU.
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Track durations are not printed on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 43216 42612 6
  • Matrix / Runout: S HVN 87 CD 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L501
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8726
  • Label Code: LC 8280
  • Price Code (F:): BM620

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HVN8712 Dot Allison Mo' Pop(12", Single) Heavenly HVN8712 UK 1999 Sell This Version
HVN 87 Dot Allison Mo' Pop(7") Heavenly HVN 87 UK 1999 Sell This Version
74321642612 Dot Allison Mo' Pop(CD, Maxi) Heavenly 74321642612 Europe 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

April 28, 2004

The title track of <I>Mo’ Pop</I>, the first EP from the voice of One Dove, doesn’t stray too far from what made One Dove spectacular: poppy melodies, a strong rhythmic sensibility, and, of course, beautifully ethereal vocals. But “Melted” goes in a different direction entirely -- into abstract break-house. “Blind” floasts by on a downtempo cloud. Makes you wonder why she didn’t do this sooner.