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Disco Inferno - Technicolor - New Vinyl Lp 2018 One Little Indian Remastered EU Pressing - Post-Rock / Experimental / Noise

Disco Inferno - Technicolor - New Vinyl Lp 2018 One Little Indian Remastered EU Pressing - Post-Rock / Experimental / Noise

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Street Date: 4/6/18

Formed in 1989 in Essex, whilst still at school, Disco Inferno was originally the four-piece of Ian Crause (vocals/guitar), Paul Willmott (bass), Rob Whatley (drums), and Daniel Gish (keyboards). Following a run of early gigs and the departure of Gish (who'd later join peers Bark Psychosis), they landed a deal with London-based independent Che and left their first physical traces in 1991 with the release of three records - a 7" ('Entertainment' / 'Arc In Round'), album ('Open Doors, Closed Windows') and 12" ('Science'), all of which were later compiled on 'In Debt' (Cheree, 1995). With a neat instrumental equality, across these early recordings DI forged a restrained but fluid, melodic post-punk sound drawing on The Durutti Column, Wire, The Cure, early U2, and an avowed Joy Division obsession. Propulsive, fantastically inventive drumming, a glistening web of digitally delayed guitar lines, meandering bass and Crause's distinctive, understated vocals witnessed a teenaged band shaping itself, testing parameters and hitting occasional highs, without really hinting at the brilliance to come.

Tracklist 

A1 Technicolour
A2 Things Move Fast
A3 I'm Still In Love
A4 Sleight Of Hand
A5 Don't You Know
B1 It's A Kid's World
B2 When The Story Breaks
B3 Can't See Through It
B4 Over And Over

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – One Little Indian
  • Copyright (c) – One Little Indian
  • Published By – BMG Records

Credits

  • Design – Fuel 
  • Illustration – Clifton Hepburn
  • Mastered By – Noel Summerville
  • Producer, Written-By, Performer – Disco Inferno
  • Recorded By – John Coxon
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Mads Bjerke

Notes

Sample on "It's A Kid's World" taken from Iggy Pop "Lust For Life", BMG Records.

Made in the E.U.