This timely new retrospective, spanning five out-of-print EPs originally released between 1992 and ’94, serves not only as a grab bag of thrilling sample-based experiments, but also as the fascinating linear narrative of a band struggling against the burgeoning Britpop behemoth.»
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digitally remastered and compiled for the first time. one little indian release a cd that compiles disco inferno's five long out of print eps on one cd. formed by teenagers ian crause (guitars and vocals), paul willmott (bass), daniel gish (keyboards), and rob whatley (drums) disco inferno created some of the most uncompromising and experimental music in recent years. tonally unique, the releases were in direct contrast to the prevailing brit-pop scene of the time. remaining largely unknown beyond a small but slowly expanding cult of devotees, they were
probably the most ambitious and isolated band of the '90s. over the three year span (1992-95) that this compilation covers, they were also quite simply, jaw-droppingly great - a virtually peerless group mining a steady stream of uncompromising, pioneering recordings.
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