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Tracklist

In Sharky Water4:40
New Clothes For The New World2:00
Starbound: All Burnt Out & Nowhere To Go4:01
A Crash At Every Speed4:43
Even The Sea Sides Against Us3:44
Next Year4:04
A Whole Wide World Ahead4:40
Footprints In Snow5:29

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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 1994, CDD. I. Go Pop
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    Rough Trade – R3072UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 1994-09-12, CDD. I. Go Pop
    CD, Album
    Bar/None Records – AHAON 040US1994US1994
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 1994, VinylD. I. Go Pop
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    Rough Trade – R3071UK1994UK1994
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    D. I. Go Pop
    Cassette, Promo
    Rough Trade – noneUK1994UK1994
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 2003, CDD. I. Go Pop
    CD, Album
    One Little Indian – R3072UK2003UK2003
    New Submission
    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 2004-04-20, CDD. I. Go Pop
    CD, Album, Reissue
    One Little Indian US – OLI608US2004US2004
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    Cover of D.I. Go Pop, 2017, VinylD.I. Go Pop
    LP, Album, Reissue, 180g
    One Little Indian – TPLP608UK2017UK2017
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 2018-04-27, FileD. I. Go Pop
    8×File, ALAC, Album, Reissue
    One Little Indian – noneUK2018UK2018
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, 2018-04-27, FileD. I. Go Pop
    8×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue
    One Little Indian – noneUK2018UK2018
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    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, , CDD. I. Go Pop
    CD, Album, Reissue
    One Little Indian – TPLP608CDUKUK
    Cover of D. I. Go Pop, , CDD. I. Go Pop
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    One Little Indian – TPLP608CDUKUK
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    Reviews

    • SpiffyJUNIOR's avatar
      SpiffyJUNIOR
      Edited 3 days ago
      if anyone has this release and wants to sell it to a US buyer, please message me. really want this album

      EDIT: Got a copy for $7
      • heroinsaves69's avatar
        heroinsaves69
        One of the most bizarre impenetrable albums ever made. Glad to see it's on vinyl again and this pressing is very good. I have a Disco Inferno symbol t-shirt I've had since the 90s... I've had people stop me while I'm wearing, it like it's a secret society of Disco Inferno fans out there lol...
        • Big_Beat_Fan's avatar
          Big_Beat_Fan
          Edited one year ago
          It kind of terrifies me that this album isn't generally rated higher than Spiderland and Hex. For starts. I'm sure I could name many more "generally highly acclaimed by consensus" albums that I think this is more preferable to. Same for Technicolour, too, which is just as good or better. I guess this is why I'm an outcast in society. This album is kind of... dare I say... on the spectrum? It's the fringe of the fringe, really. The use of samples is so aesthetic and brilliant. It's post-music, really. The lyrics are truly just some guy basically talking, but it sounds great and is an expression of the singer. I can see how that would make the average listener be like "is this bad music?" But when you really see the aesthetic, it all just makes perfect sense in the context of the noise heard in the music itself. And they're all just totally acidic and in touch with the critique. For me though it's all about the songs, and the overarching rock and roll approach. It is very post-punk.

          so yeah, Disco Inferno is top of the pile stuff, for me. The exploitation of samples and shoegaze all with that classic "early 90s ketamine and MDMA in the middle of some city and we're dreaming and it never even happened" sound of the recording... this is me. Disco Inferno really does straddle the line between electronic and rock, and leans just so far in the direction of electronic that it really works for me personally. More than say, Slowdive.
          • jtm1967's avatar
            jtm1967
            A side by side comparison using the same gear (thorens td 165 with an ortofon om20 & marantz 1060 with paradigm speakers) clearly displayed a much deeper soundstage with the original press vs the repress. The bass was far deeper with a better separation on this og. The reissue is nice but sounds like my CD. Compressed and brick walled a bit. Shame. Stick to this pressing
            • BC96's avatar
              BC96
              Crystal clear.
              Not a single bit of surface noise, and I picked this one up for $16!
              • cristianHa's avatar
                cristianHa
                This album is a gem, unique and groundbreaking for its time. This reissue sounds excellent. High quality pressing.
                • GuidoVVV's avatar
                  GuidoVVV
                  Oh my, looks like they invented post-rock or something like that...excellent

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