Thursday, November 13, 2008

Death In June

DISCriminate is a two disc collection of Douglas P.'s personal favorite Death In June tracks. It's also a great primer on the group's lengthy and interesting career. With tracks culled from DIJ releases from 1982 to 1996, it shows the complete range of Death In June's catalog. Perhaps you've always wanted to check Death In June out but were intimidated by the many releases. Well fret no more. I'm in your corner.

15 comments:

Drrn. said...

A damn fine collection.

SvartStøy said...

one of my favorite bands...but i dont have this, thanks.

TMM said...

You've got good taste.....Troy

No doubt about it........

derek said...

Intimidated? Well, not really, just not sure. Will check these and see what the verdict is. Thanks!

Slobodan Burgher said...

Thanks, you are right in the third sentence from the end. Will check this out.

Anonymous said...

The better/rarer version of Fall Apart with Rose McGowan is on this.

JMD
Royal Oak, MI

Roger Camden said...

thanks

gives me a leg up

Anonymous said...

Muchos gracias.

Steven said...

just what I needed, haven't listened to DIJ for years, perfect re-introduction...

Anonymous said...

@JMD

Are you sure that isn't Rose McDowell?

Anonymous said...

Ah, haha, yep, McDowall. But I'd accept McGowan as well. :)

JMD

Anonymous said...

I think i would pay to see Rose McGowan sing with Douglas P. If Juliette Lewis can grace a prodigy album.. then little miss doom generation could step up to the mic.

Chaogrammarian said...

Yay!
Thanks once again....

Cursed Rabbit said...

Thanks! A great introduction to a pretty daunting discography...

Wreath of Laurel said...

I happened to stumble upon this while looking at older posts. Basically a "best of collection" but also a good point to start for someone not familiar with DI6. DI6 transcends the music, the sounds and the images to make masterpieces. If you're into neo-pagan/folk music whether it's acoustic driven or beat driven then you should check out a fairly new band from New York named Cult of Youth. They have an LP out right now called "A Stick to Bind, A Seed to Grow" really great, musically and visually. Comes in a foil stamped gatefold LP.