Release The 5 EPs by Disco Inferno on Vinyl
We the undersigned strongly believe that The 5 EPs by Disco Inferno deserves a vinyl release. Seriously, if it came out on vinyl, we would all totally buy it. Honest!
The Five EPs is a compilation CD released by One Little Indian recordings. It collects five long-out-of-print EPs recorded by the British post-rock band Disco Inferno in the early 90s. We believe that The 5 EPs includes some of the most innovative and brilliantly conceived music ever recorded. If, like us, you feel that The 5 EPs is an important release that should be available as a vinyl LP, please sign this petition.
Pitchfork: "From a promising start as a band openly inspired by acts such as Joy Division, UK experimental rock group Disco Inferno transformed itself into a breathtakingly modern band. Bearing politicized lyrics and marked by the shock of the new, they wrung the most out of limited funds and new (and untested) music-making technology... Last year's release of Disco Inferno's The Five EPs by One Little Indian was the culmination of a long-standing dream I shared with many devoted fans."
The Quietus: "That band weren't just a possibility, a chance, a favourite. They were the only soul band we had; the only pop band we had. When they were on they were the only band that mattered, the only real show in a British pop world being taken over by craven pantomime and the only noise that sounded like it had walked the inner chambers of your heart and head taking notes. The only band that mattered. The only band."