Pogo (11) ‎– Wonderland

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Pogomix ‎– none
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4 × File, MP3, EP, 128 kbps
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Tracklist

1 Alice 2:44
2 Bread And Butterflies 3:44
3 Lost 3:39
4 UnBirthday 2:42

Notes

Assembled primarily through sampled audio from Disney's animated film, "Alice In Wonderland".

At the time of its release, this particular issue was free to download from Last.fm. In early 2016 the track order given on Last.fm was adjusted, with tracks 2 and 4 being switched around. The order shown here on Discogs is how it was given when it was first released in 2008.

The adjusted track order is how all other issues of this EP were released. Additionally, they all use a lower case 'b' when spelling the track "UnBirthday".

Pogo also released this EP as a 128 kbps MP3 free download on his own website Pogomix.net in late 2009 / early 2010, possibly being the exact same MP3 files as this Last.fm release, but with the aforementioned track order and capitalisation adjustments.

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Pogo (11) Wonderland(4xFile, FLAC, EP, 48 ) Pogomix none Australia 2011
none Pogo (11) Wonderland(4xFile, AIFF, EP, 48 ) Pogomix none Australia 2011
none Pogo (11) Wonderland(4xFile, WAV, EP, 48 ) Pogomix none Australia 2011
none Pogo (11) Wonderland(4xFile, MP3, EP, VBR) Pogomix none Australia 2011
none Pogo (11) Wonderland(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Pogomix none Australia 2011

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volatilestrategy

volatilestrategy

July 12, 2012
So much love for this >>> if there's anyone who absolutely deserves label backing its Pogo - I've had Alice stuck on the brain for days: which is quite an achievement for a song where you can't actually pick out any individual words from the slick editing.
Not that an official release of this would be able to slip out from the cold dead grasp of Disney licensing. Still: along with the VJ edits you can watch on youtube this release is a slice of rare, unsigned genius and i cannot find a single flaw in it, just 12 minutes 59 seconds of masterfully clever, exquisite audio bliss.
I can only conclude that Pogo deserves at least the same recognition as either Lemon Jelly, Avalanches or Synkro and very much deserves all your love.