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Customer Reviews

Brilliant retro-80's funk disco

I saw this band live in London, and they were brilliant! The EP's Picture Perfect which has the lads vocals I think is better than the Albums version. Despite this, I think the album does some justice in showing the band's inventive range. Their sound has a touch of 80's retro but edgy enough to give fresh quirky songs and addictive tunes that stay in your head after listening to the album.

Liked it!

A few great songs, but the rest seemed to be just pointless fillers...

Great album

I love Eskimo Disco, I wish more of their stuff was on iTunes.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

One of the many synth-driven post-punk revival bands that emerged from the U.K. at the turn of the 21st century, Eskimo Disco had their first taste of success with a twangy, disco-infused dance single called "7-11." Scott Doran, Tom Moore, and Liam Paton formed the band in London in 2003 as an alternative to the DJ-only club nights that dominated London's nightlife. Forging a sound that combined the intelligent club beats of Daft Punk and Kraftwerk with the irreverent, danceable indie rock of groups...
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