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Music Music Music / Slip That Disc! (Remastered)


Download links and information about Music Music Music / Slip That Disc! (Remastered) by Dislocation Dance. This album was released in 1981 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:13:29 minutes.

Artist: Dislocation Dance
Release date: 1981
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:13:29
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No. Title Length
1. Stand Me Up 2:23
2. Don't Knock Me Down 2:20
3. Yops Course 2:14
4. Meeting Mum and Dad 2:35
5. Friendship 2:20
6. Take a Chance (On Romance) 2:40
7. …Have a Dance 1:54
8. Roof Is Leaking 1:26
9. With a Smile On Your Face and a Frown In Your Heart 2:02
10. Vendetta (Theme) 4:00
11. Narrow Laughs 2:12
12. Footloose 2:49
13. Can't Race Time… and the Mad Killer (Coda) 3:54
14. Wonder What I'll Do Tomorrow 2:48
15. Rosemary 2:48
16. Shake 3:53
17. Can't Race Time… and the Mad Killer (Version) 3:46
18. You'll Never, Never Know 2:29
19. You Can Tell 2:22
20. Spare Concern 2:54
21. I'll See It 2:06
22. It's All True… Panic! 2:47
23. We Can Work It Out 4:04
24. So Much Fault 1:41
25. This Problem 3:21
26. Clarinet Source 1:58
27. Under One and Over 3:43



LTM's reissue of Music Music Music trumps the earlier Vinyl Japan reissue a bit by including not only the "Rosemary" and "You'll Never, Never Know" singles but the entirety of Slip That Disc!, the band's second release after a tentative debut single. With a sharp new cover as well, the resultant disc is pretty close to definitive, capturing the brisk, peppy style of the band in lovely and low-key fashion as it ranges from jazz-tinged ballads to ska-beat stompers (albeit politely). Iconic singer/saxophonist Kathryn Way, who had appeared with the band in its earliest live versions, had yet to rejoin the group by the time of these recordings aside from the aforementioned singles but Ian Runacres's gently energetic singing was more than appropriate for the pop kick that the band excelled at. Andy Diagram's trumpet was clearly the other key element, ranging from the playful to the sweetly sleazy, adding to the arrangements while never dominating them. The resultant mix is so immediately appealing as to raise a smile — there's something just sweetly captivating enough throughout the disc, even on the moodier numbers like "Yop's Choice" (Richard "Dick" Harrison's crisp but never overbearing percussion being the key to the track) and "Vendetta," which switches between full band fun and mournful trumpet and bass breaks. Most of the songs barely cross the two and a half minute mark, a form of discipline that actually allows the band to explore a variety of styles (living up to the album title as a result) while still aiming for a series of memorable efforts that stand well individually. At times things get oddly quirky — "Roof Is Leaking" has a chorus that breaks into the nursery rhyme "It's Raining, It's Pouring!" — but never annoyingly so. The Slip That Disc! tracks are rougher but enjoyable, with the winner being a strikingly rearranged cover of the Beatles' "We Can Work It Out."