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The Dirty Disco – debut album; FREE MP3 + collaboration w/ Pete Burns

“An unhealthy dose of glam! Sleazy and above all irresistibly catchy pop!”Tom Robinson, BBC Introducing

The Dirty Disco

The Dirty Disco set to release debut album

Mixes by Dylan Dresdow

Co-wrote and produced two tracks for Dead or Alive’s Pete Burns

When asked to describe the pulsating electro theatrics of The Dirty Disco, one crackpot follower had this advice: “Imagine… Ziggy Stardust meets Britney Spears”. And they weren’t far from the mark. What they neglected to mention was this Britney Spears would also have to have a penchant for bad acid, more than a passing interest in the happenings of back-street Soho and a unique way of fusing gyrating electronica with infectious pop hooks.

FREE download: Sista! MP3 – mixed by Dylan Dresdow (Black Eyed Peas, The E.N.D)

The Dirty Disco’s theatrical and more-than-slightly subversive live shows have earned them a die-hard following in what seems like the blink of a mascara smeared eye; testament to their ability to write the kind of songs that suck the listener in after a single play, only to linger with a more intoxicating intent than a fistful of methamphetamine.

With a schedule that sees them completing their debut album, which will include a fantabulous collaboration with Dead or Alive’s iconic Pete Burns and mixes by the uber talented Dylan Dresdow, who worked with the Black Eyed Peas on their latest album, it seems inevitable that The Dirty Disco will be carving a trail of shattered mirrorballs straight to the unsuspecting subconscious of the nation.The question is, are you ready for The Dirty Disco?

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  2. By duncan on Oct 4, 2009 | Reply

    hot! love it!

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