Disco Inferno was an important band. They may not be important to you, but that's not important. Forming as a quartet in 1989, they soon become a trio and released some of the foremost forward-thinking alternative rock of the early nineties. Often grouped alongside Talk Talk and Bark Psychosis (who would go on to count early Disco Inferno member Daniel Gish amongst their ranks), they, in actuality, stood out like a sore thumb, sharing a penchant for the unorthodox but often riding at a higher tempo and showing a greater appreciation for contemporary sound and techniques, such as the inclusion of cut 'n' paste sampling.

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