Radio Session recorded 1. 2. Released as a 6 track ep on the Tugboat label Part I Tracks 1 through 4 1. Shark 2. Elephant 3. Tortoise 4. Shrew.
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Disco Inferno's session (and final overall recording) for BBC's Mixing It program displays the trio's sense of humor and playful disposition with their sample-based chestnuts. Inspired by Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals, six new compositions are named after animals, and they're all weird - even weirder than anything the band recorded beforehand. Tortoise" intros with a pop can that fizzes over, moving into a cartoon-y dub groove and fluttering snores.
The Mixing It Session was released in 1999 on Tugboat Records in the UK. A six-song EP single taken from a BBC Radio 3 session recorded in 1994, it was the final release from Disco Inferno. All tracks were written by Ian Crause, Paul Wilmott, and Rob Whatley. Disco Inferno were: Ian Crause - vocals, guitar. Paul Wilmott - bass guitar.
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