Label: Dindisc - DONE 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Post-Punk, Synth-pop
The guitar intro from the spirited cruising track served as "Fast" Eddie Clarke's inspiration for "Say What You Will", which appears on the debut self-titled Fastway LP from The seven inch "Sunday Drivers" single, issued by DinDisc, is backed with the accessible "We Don't Mind".
Dindisc (often rendered DinDisc) was a UK record label, an imprint of Virgin Records but operating semi-independently, which issued new releases from mid through early It is no longer active, but CD reissues on Virgin still mention the label and have Dindisc catalogue numbers. The imprint was founded and run by Carol Wilson, who had previously discovered Sting and signed him to.
Contact Info: Registered office address: Dindisc Limited. Kensington High Street, London, W14 8NS. (obsolete) 27 Wrights Lane, London, W8 5SW.
· The band left Dindisc shortly afterwards and proved to be a very quiet time with just one single issued, on PRE Records which was a sub-label of Charisma Records between 19that was used primarily to issue singles by new wave and reggae acts.
· A year or two later, I bought the “Dindisc ” compilation, and there were two cuts by the post-split Revillos. My mids, I was starting down the path of buying records by mail order, and I made it my first goal to start collecting every thing I could get my hands on by the band[s].
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