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Tracklist

Wooody Wooodpecker3:50
The Crystal Cat3:53
Wham City11:45
Big Milk4:25
Okie Dokie2:37
Trippy Green Skull4:00
Snake Mistakes4:11
Pink Batman5:04
Jimmy Joe Roche5:08

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    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007-05-00, VinylSpiderman Of The Rings
    LP, Album, Limited Edition
    White 180gm W/Blank Spine
    Wildfire Wildfire Records – WFWF 003US2007US2007
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007-05-07, CDSpiderman Of The Rings
    CD, Album
    Carpark Records – CAK 37CDUS2007US2007
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007, CDSpiderman Of The Rings
    CD, Album
    Mistletone Records – MIST009Australia2007Australia2007
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007, CDSpiderman Of The Rings
    CD, Album, Promo
    Plastic Envelope Sleeve
    Carpark Records – CAK 37 (ADV) CDUS2007US2007
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007, CDSpiderman Of The Rings
    CD, Album, Promo
    Carpark Records – CAK37CDEurope2007Europe2007
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007-05-07, VinylSpiderman Of The Rings
    LP, Album
    White
    Carpark Records – CAK37US2007US2007
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2007, VinylSpiderman Of The Rings
    LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress
    White 180gm
    Wildfire Wildfire Records – WFWF 003US2007US2007
    New Submission
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2008, CDSpiderman Of The Rings
    CD, Album
    So Sweet – SWEET0071CDUS2008US2008
    New Submission
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2017-08-25, CassetteSpiderman Of The Rings
    Cassette, Album, Reissue
    10th Anniversary
    Carpark Records – CAK037XUS2017US2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, 2017-09-00, VinylSpiderman Of The Rings
    2×LP, Album, Club Edition, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Numbered
    Blue + Magenta Vinyl
    Carpark Records – CAK037XUS2017US2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Spiderman Of The Rings, , CassetteSpiderman Of The Rings
    Cassette, Album
    Carpark Records – CAK37USUS

    Reviews

    • JAMOOL's avatar
      JAMOOL
      I think this is actually kinda noisy, but honestly how can you tell?
      • snckpck's avatar
        snckpck
        Edited 4 years ago
        The dad verse on B3 has always been one of my favorite recordings I've ever heard.
        • Darkanism's avatar
          Darkanism
          Edited 7 years ago
          Bought a copy from Dan's latest tour (May 2015) that I think may be a new pressing. The sticker on the cover indicates it is pressed on "DMM White Vinyl," and it may be produced in Pirates Press's Direct Metal Mastering process (http://piratespress.com/cms/vinyl-records/direct-metal-mastering). Also, the Matrix/Runout is slightly different, reading: 94551E1/A and PIRATES PRESS - CPK1 - 70037 - A; 94551E2/A and PIRATES PRESS - CPK1 - 70037 - B. Subtle differences in the latter and maybe the addition of the former. Regardless, it sounds really good.
          • restless's avatar
            restless
            If you look retrospectively to the years 00s, it's quite hard to spot a significant scene/moment of genuinely refreshing youth/pop subculture that would make you say 'them were the days'... vintage garagerock poseurs here (Libertines, Strokes etc), maximal or minimal techno there, math-rock hipsters, lofifolk, chiptune... every clique had some intense moments, but always too close to homage, cynism/intellectualism, 'blingism' or retrofuturism to be really refreshing imo.
            So to me some of the key 'golden and meaningful' moments of this troubled decade could well be the Dan Deacon/Girl Talk double bill world tour around 2007/2008 (along with Crystal Castles of the same era).
            Hordes of multicolour kids going wild on a trashy, messy, saturating rendering of popculture soundtracks, with stage invasion encouraged by the artists 40 seconds into the show (or in Dan Deacon's case, the artist actually setting up his equipement in the middle of the crowd, bringing total mayhem and stupid games), now that was entertaining.
            And in this messy joy if an anthem was to be chosen then it would be certainly "Wham City" out of this "Spiderman Of The Rings" album, a 12-minutes explosion of cheerful frenetic nonsense electronic pop music sounding like a post-apocalypse post-nuclear boyscouts choir on massive amount of speed, with absolutely irresitible chorus. The soundtrack of youth indeed.

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