Domino rally for budget release
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With their double-disc Worlds Of Possibility compilation still shimmering like a beacon of finely cut diamond in a sky of oil and tar on my shelf, it's with no little pleasure that I read this news, all of three-and-a-half seconds ago.
Domino Records are to release a rather brilliantly priced compilation on April 17th. Entitled They'll Have To Catch Us First, the wee beaut will set you, el punteroo, back all of a penny shy of three pounds. That, son, is value.
The tracks that comprise this lush affair are as follows:Psapp 'King Of You'
Adem 'You And Moon'
Franz Ferdinand 'L.Wells'
The Kills 'Love Is A Deserter'
Archie Bronson Outfit 'Dart For My Sweetheart'
Sons And Daughters 'Taste The Last Girl'
Test Icicles 'Circle Triangle Square'
Clearlake 'It's Getting Light Outside'
Quasi 'Peace And Love'
Tortoise And Bonnie'Prince'Billy 'Daniel'
Four Tet 'A Joy'
The Television Personalities 'My Dark Places'
Junior Boys 'Like A Child'
Juana Molina 'La Verdad'
DiS fact of the minute: the new Juana Molina record is really quite good, actually.
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