Bis: Social Dancing (Deluxe)

Bis: Social Dancing (Deluxe)
Title: Social Dancing (Deluxe)
Label: Fysisk Format

1999's "Social Dancing" saw Bis return with a bigger, shinier and cohesive sound. Produced by Gang of Four's Andy Gill, the blend of 1979 New Wave riffs and 80's Electro-Pop synths shine on hit single "Eurodisco", the sped-up Gary Numan of "I'm a Slut" and album opener "Making People Normal". An expanded sonic palette saw a liberal use of samples, a diversion into trip-hop ("Detour") and even a real string section on "Theme from Tokyo". Now here in deluxe form, including 2000's self-produced (and band favorite) "Music for a Stranger World" mini-album.

1.1 Making People Normal
1.2 I'm a Slut
1.3 Eurodisco
1.4 Action and Drama
1.5 Theme from Tokyo
1.6 The Hit Girl
1.7 Am I Loud Enough
1.8 Shopaholic
1.9 Young Alien Types
1.10 Detour
1.11 Sale or Return
1.12 It's All New
1.13 Listen Up
1.14 Eurodisco (Les Rythmes Digitales Remix)
1.15 Eurodisco (DJ Scissorkicks Remix)
1.16 Eurodisco (Klute Polka Remix)
1.17 Eurodisco (Bob Kraushaar/Pete Gleadall Vocal)
1.18 Detour (The Husk Mix)
2.1 Like Robots
2.2 Cinema Says
2.3 Stray Cat Blues
2.4 Not Even Close
2.5 Seventeen Hours
2.6 Germ Free Adolescents
2.7 Kiss and Tell
2.8 Why Don't We Go Home?
2.9 Famous (Andy Gill Version)
2.10 Dead Wrestlers
2.11 Are You Ready?
2.12 How Can We Be Strange?
2.13 I Want It All
2.14 Beats at the Office
2.15 Punk Rock Points
2.16 Why Are We Waiting (12 Version)
2.17 Famous (Demo Version)
2.18 Kid Cut (Demo Version)
2.19 Eurodisco (Demo)

Bis: Social Dancing (Deluxe)

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