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Mr. BungleDisco Volante

Label:Music On Vinyl – MOVLP1135, Warner Records – MOVLP1135
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Repress, 180g
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Leftfield, Experimental

Tracklist

A1Everyone I Went To High School With Is Dead
Words By, Music ByT. Dunn*
2:45
A2Chemical Marriage
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Cymbal [Cymbals]William Winant
Music ByT. Spruance*
3:10
A3.1Carry Stress In The Jaw
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], BongosWilliam Winant
OcarinaPatton*
Words By, Music ByT. Dunn*
4:44
A3.2The Secret Song4:18
A4Desert Search For Techno Allah
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Tabla [Tablas], Kanjira, Percussion [Sistrum]William Winant
Music ByM. Patton*, T. Spruance*
Words ByT. Spruance*
5:23
A5Violenza Domestica
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], BandoneonLisandro Adrover
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Jew's Harp [Jews Harp], PercussionWilliam Winant
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Piano [Lots Of Piano]Graham Connah
Music ByM. Patton*, T. Spruance*
Words ByM. Patton*
5:13
A6After School Special
KeyboardsClinton Mc Kinnon*
Music ByC. McKinnon*
Words ByC. McKinnon*, M. Patton*, T. Dunn*
2:47
B7Phlegmatics
Words By, Music ByT. Dunn*
3:16
B8Ma Meeshka Mow Skwoz
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Bongos, Xylophone, GlockenspielWilliam Winant
Music ByT. Spruance*
6:06
B9The Bends
Guest, Musician [Guest Musician], Piano [Solo]Graham Connah
Organ [Organs]Patton*
10:25
B10Backstrokin'
Music ByM. Patton*
Organ [Organs]Patton*
2:27
B11Merry Go Bye Bye
Words By, Music ByT. Spruance*
6:22
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Notes

Repress of the 2014 issues Disco Volante / Disco Volante with the rebranded Warner Records logos on labels and sleeve.
Includes a black polythene lined inner sleeve & a printed insert of artwork and credits.
A gold sticker affixed to the re-sealable polythene cover reads: "Music On Vinyl ®. Mr. Bungle "Disco Volante". 180 gram audiophile vinyl. www.musiconvinyl.com MOVLP1135".
There is a jade coloured sticker affixed directly onto the front cover that reads "Mr. Bungle Disco Volante MOVLP1135", similar to the 2014 pressing.
Track A3.2 is "The Secret Song" which traditionally on vinyl was found within a locked groove and not mentioned on the release. On this release it starts at the end of track A3.1
The tracks are listed sequentially from 1 to 11 on the printed insert, they are not numbered on the sleeve.
Durations for all tracks apart from "The Secret Song" are printed on the record's face labels.
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Originally released ℗ & © 1995 Warner Records Inc.
Manufactured & distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. 2014, under exclusive license from Warner Music Benelux B.V., a Warner Music Group Company.
Made in the EU.
[sleeve & labels]

All songs © 1995 Beat Me Up, Lord Music ASCAP
Recorded at Brilliant Studios, Hyde Street Studios, Coast Recorders and Shotwell Bomb Factory, San Francisco; and Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland.
Mixed at Soundcastle, Silverlake, CA; and Different Fur, San Francisco.
Mastered [...], Los Angeles.
Management: [...], 1401 Sanborn Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027.
© 1995 Warner Records Inc.
[insert]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 718469 536160
  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN 13 (metadata: NL)): 8718469536160
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Rights Society (Publishing): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched): 99449 1A MOVLP 1135
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched): 99449 1B MOVLP 1135

Other Versions (5 of 41)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Disco Volante (LP, Album, Special Cut, 7", 45 RPM, Promo)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records9 45963-1, 1-45963US1995
Disco Volante (CD, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsCDW 45963Canada1995
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Disco Volante (CD, Album, Club Edition)Warner Bros. Records9 15963-2US1995
Disco Volante (CD, Album, SRC)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records9 45963-2, 2-45963, 9-45963-2US1995
Disco Volante (LP, Album)London Records, Slash828 694-1UK1995

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  • mega_2122's avatar
    mega_2122
    Edited one year ago
    I REALLY really hate how they did this. If Carry Stress was its own track without The Secret Song then Phlegmatics couldve been A7 and Platypus couldve been added back. Why the HELL was this done this way???? The Secret Song was supposed to be track 0 on the CD (which didnt work out due to some legal issues) and was a paralell groove on the original press. Sucks how much of a mess this album is on vinyl, this is their best work imo. Also, theres a noticable amount of silence in between each track, it kinda seams together on the CD/tape. The other MOV reissues are fine, wtf is up with this? Oh well, having this is better than not owning it on vinyl at all. Sounds fine on my end, just super annoyed with the way it was done.
    • Scrade's avatar
      Scrade
      Despite so much music on each side, this release sounds pretty good. Obviously it'd be better if it was split onto 2 records, but it does the job well enough. Not super dynamic, but at least it's cheap
      • SorcerersHat's avatar
        SorcerersHat
        Not too bad at all... but hopelessly wishing for a proper pressing/remaster. 2 x LP @ 45 rpm would be fantastic. This album deserves it!
        • Spookypumpkin's avatar
          Spookypumpkin
          Overall I’m happy with this pressing, I just think it should have been a 2LP like the self titled album. The mastering is great for the most part, my only complaints are the volume is inconsistent and the tracks that are meant to flow into eachother have space in between them. But For almost an hour of music on one disc it sounds great. As for the pressing quality, my sleeve arrived kinda beaten up but that may have been shipping and not MOV’s fault. The vinyl has some warping on side A but it still plays fine and side B is perfectly flat. Also there is absolutely no surface noise, the background is dead silent. Compared to the other MOV Bungle reissues this one isn’t super loud like them, for the most part it’s on the quieter side. It’s a lot punchier and in general feels livelier and more animated than the other two, which still sound fantastic. I am a little bummed that this has platypus omitted which brings me back to the question of why wasn’t this a 2LP in the first place???? Anyways, For what it is this pressing is phenomenal. all three Mr Bungle reissues they knocked it out of the park. And to anyone wondering this pressing does have spy (the good hidden track) but noises (the bad hidden track) was omitted (thankfully) but it is worth noting that instead of being accessed by placing your stylus on a specific part of the record like the original pressing, spy is just an unlisted track that plays after carry stress in the jaw. Not as cool or exciting but still happy it was included
          • Santuario2084's avatar
            Santuario2084
            it sounds amazing, great album, very fun and entertaining, deep sound
            • Papercharms's avatar
              Papercharms
              I thought this was a good pressing. Great dynamics. Quiet. This albums has always been bassy.
              • Rothbardian's avatar
                Rothbardian
                Edited 3 years ago
                Really disappointed that they omitted my favorite track, Platypus. Hoping a complete or deluxe version gets released someday.
                • mega_2122's avatar
                  mega_2122
                  Does anyone here know if this sounds better/worse than the first US press?
                  • ValeraDavydoff's avatar
                    I disagree with dear VincentPresley below. Yes, 30 minutes per side is a little bit overload, but sound of this press is amazing. If sound and quality of pressing is good - 30 minute per side doesn't matter I think.
                    Dear mister Obertu wrote "this is very low-volume pressing". Try to compare with original CD version - low volume studio release, not pressing. Difference between Mr.Bungle ST 1991 and Disco Volante 1995 on CDs appox 8db!
                    So in my opinion - this press of MOV is incredible. Sound much-much better than original CD.
                    5 stars surely.
                    • obertu's avatar
                      obertu
                      This is a very low-volume pressing. You have to crank it up a lot. But the vinyl is dead quiet, awesome dynamic, great instrument separation. A bit too much on the bassy side for me. But totally recommended!!

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