[Introspective] Re: "Disco" myth

Zdenek Stanka s.zdenek at volny.cz
Wed Feb 5 18:44:56 PST 2003

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> [mailto:introspective-bounces+s.zdenek=volny.cz at tcp.com]On Behalf
> Of The Virtual One
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> Subject: Re: [Introspective] Re: "Disco" myth
> On Tue, 4 Feb 2003 Visually69 at aol.com wrote:
> > <<Still, it' far better than Blunder 2 (and of course far worse than
> > Disco...)>>
> >
> > I don't get it -- what was so great about the original Disco
> LP?  I mean,
> > back in 1986 I ran out to buy it, just like everybody else. But
> it's just 6
> > remixes of previously-released material. Nothing special there. 
> Uhm, the mix of WEG is still unavailable elsewhere, the Paninaro mix could
> only be found on the ultra-scarce Italian 12" (good luck finding a copy
> today!), the mix of Opportunities (Version Latina) is only
> available on the
> also very scarce remix 12" of Opportunities. The Shep Pettibone mix of LCQ
> was unavailable to all us Europeans, in fact everyone outside the U.S. -
> I'd say that the original Disco-album is a bloody good collection, at
> least for us collectors and mix-lovers!
> /Mats

Well, though I agree with every single Mats' word, my reason is and has
always been a little bit different - I just still think the mixes on Disco
are the best versions of all the songs included!!! And that's all I need to
love the album.... Sorry, but I really don't get the point of, for example,
Supechumbo mix of Sexy Northerner! ;]

Read you,

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