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9 Comments on " Disco Sucks - David Peel & The Death-O-Lettes* - Death To Disco (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • Jan 22,  · An absolute classic, from NYC and the first anti disco record released. Such a shame it is so has been so difficult to come across for years.. .
  • David Peel & The Death-O-Lettes ‎– Death To Disco (Sealed Garage Rock Punk) Mildew Cover. Regular price $ Sale price $ Regular price. Unit price / per. Dennis Coffey - Finger Lickin Good (Disco) VG+ Disk LP. Dennis Coffey - Finger Lickin Good (Disco) VG+ Disk LP. Regular price $ Sale price $ Regular price. Unit.
  • 5. David Peel & Death - King Of Punk 6. David Peel & The Death-O-Lettes - Death To Disco 7. David Peel & The Super Apple Band - John Lennon For President 8. David Peel & The Lower East Side - 9. David Peel & Death - Search To Destroy David Peel & The Apple Band - John Lennon Forever David Peel & The Lower East Side - Anarchy In New.
  • "Death Disco" is a song by Public Image Ltd. The record was released in both 7" and 12" single formats with a "½ Mix" of the song and "Megga mix" (an instrumental re-recording of "Fodderstompf" from Public Image: First Issue) on the 12" version.
  • Apr 06,  · Not, of course, that you can just pop down the road and pick up a copy. Though Peel himself was forever insisting that a reissue was pending on his own Orange Peel label, the fact is, David Peel and record stores hadn't really got on that well since , with the bulk of his back catalog available only via the internet and even his last major label release, the anthology And The Rest Is.
  • Now this is the David Peel who is known and loved, aiming at what, in /, was regarded as the most mindless brand of popular music ever to rear its head on the charts or the airwaves. You had to be there to realize just how ubiquitous disco had become by the closing three years of the '70s, or how it was driving a lot of other music out of the marketplace.7/
  • To me, the "death disco" style is distinct from what bands on the DFA label, like The Rapture and LCD Soundsystem, do (though remixes of DFA tracks play a big part in death disco DJ sets). The output of DFA bands is more what I'd call "disco rock" or "disco punk" - a rediscovery of the strain of funky rock-and-roll DNA that was always there 3/5(1).
  • "Death Disco" is a song by Public Image Ltd. The record was released in both 7" and 12" single formats with a "½ Mix" of the song and "Megga mix" (an instrumental re-recording of "Fodderstompf" from Public Image: First Issue) on the 12" version. It reached number twenty on the UK Singles Chart. The song was released in an alternate version as "Swan Lake" on the group's second album, Metal Box.
  • Death Disco Lyrics: Seeing in your eyes / Words can never say the way / Told me in your eyes / Final in a fade / Never no more hope away / Final in a fade / Seeing in your eyes / Seeing in your eyes.