Fontaines D.C.Dogrel

Label:Partisan Records – PTKF2166-1
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Yellow
Country:UK, Europe & US
Style:Indie Rock, Post-Punk


A2Sha Sha Sha
A3Too Real
A4Television Screens
A5Hurricane Laughter
A6Roy's Tune
B1The Lotts
B2Chequeless Reckless
B3Liberty Belle
B4Boys In The Better Land
B5Dublin City Sky

Companies, etc.



Limited Edition first pressing of the LP on transparent yellow coloured vinyl. Red hype sticker.
Includes Cardboard printed inner sleeve with lyrics
plus download code
Signed copies were available from

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 720841216636
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Printed)): 184858E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Printed)): 184858E2/A
  • Other (Cat# on hype sticker): PTKF 2166-3

Other Versions (5 of 22)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Dogrel (CD, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF2166-2Europe2019
Recently Edited
Dogrel (Cassette, Album, Limited Edition, Clear)Partisan RecordsPTKF2166-4UK, Europe & US2019
New Submission
Dogrel (11×File, AAC, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF2166-1UK, Europe & US2019
Dogrel (LP, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF2166-1UK, Europe & US2019
New Submission
Dogrel (CDr, Album, Promo)Partisan Recordsnone2019



  • ChrisGoyette's avatar
    20 copies for sale? Not as "rare" as people selling this album think it is. Cut the prices in half mates and sell to real fans looking for a copy.
    • mietersemichiel's avatar
      Such a great record, such a shitty pressing. Don't waste your money.
      • MyLoveIsVinyl's avatar
        Strange thing that the LP is even more expensive here than on their official page...
        • Saturnin's avatar
          I rarely find a record that I want to listen to over and over again. It is like these songs already existed before being written; they were waiting to be written. Really a great album, and the vinyl sounds great; the voice stands out yes, but I'm sure it was mixed they way they wanted it to be. Great live to tape recording.
          • midnightrunner's avatar
            My friend Babish Patel was raving about Fontaines D.C. and he convinced me to listen to this album with him in his bedroom, when his parents had gone out to buy a patio heater. But I did not enjoy it at all, as the man who sings on its voice is all out of tune, but Babish Patel would not turn it off and I couldn’t either because when I said I didn’t like and “please, switch it off Babish!” he pushed me into his wardrobe and he locked the door!!
            • david_carter1969's avatar
              Saw them twice at Glasto, best new band in years. As for the vinyl I echo what others said the vocals are clear but the band sounds muddled and you do have to play it loud.
              • lochness's avatar
                Was lucky enough to attend TWO Fontaines DC performances in one evening yesterday.
                I have been blown. What an act !
                • airbagabe's avatar
                  I have to echo the comments from below. The vinyl is mixed very poorly. Sounds nothing like the actual recording. Vocals explode, about two times too loud, while the guitars are barely audible. Way off the mark, avoid at all costs.
                  • n-dub's avatar
                    anyone else get a warning pop-up from Microsoft about the download site being 'unsafe' - ie. malware detected.
                    • Aoid3's avatar
                      So happy to see this band release a full album! Their sound is true to their live performance and honestly the stand out band for me at the 2018 Forbidden Fruit Festival. One of my favorite new punk artists.


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