Two PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED songs from the "unfinished" archives of late-'80s urban guerrilla noise-pop nutters World Domination Enterprises. Go Dominator & Woke Up Just In Time. VERY limited edition of only 300 copies in see-through orange vinyl. GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST! WDE, noted for their unpredictability and wild guitar sound, featured on the covers of NME, Melody Maker, and The Catalogue (the Indie version of "Music Week"), among others, back in the day. Their one studio album sustained a top three Indie Chart position, and was the number one new entry on US college radio playlists at the time of it's release. Regarded as an influence on DAVID BOWIE's 1989 project "Tin Machine", Bowie invited the band to support Tin Machine on their UK tour that year. Later in 1989 "Go Dominator" was recorded and co-produced in London by Bowie's bandleader and collaborator, Kevin Armstrong. However, drummer Digger's new friends at the Jehovah's witnesses disapproved of some of the lyrics. Digger refused to play on the song, and soon after quit the band. The song was never properly finished or released until now. "GO DOMINATOR" is pinned to a bouncing hip hop beat. The INFECTIOUS chorus, destined to become a chant for the rising throngs of human rights protesters across the globe, is punctuated by the clanky rock 'n' roll guitar break from HELL. While in between Dobson totally does his nut about some (presumably important) shit. In July, 2020, WDEcorp Records was formed. WDE's first 2 tracks from the unfinished archive, 'Paint the Curtains' and 'Trashing' Around', were unleashed, and were well received, marking up thousands of digital plays on BandCamp alone, as well as some radio plays. On 14th August, the album 'Let's Play Domination' was re-released across all online digital platforms. A new vinyl remaster release of Let's Play Domination is scheduled for April, 2021.
Two PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED songs from the "unfinished" archives of late-'80s urban guerrilla noise-pop nutters World Domination Enterprises. Go Dominator & Woke Up Just In Time. VERY limited edition of only 300 copies in see-through orange vinyl. GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST! WDE, noted for their unpredictability and wild guitar sound, featured on the covers of NME, Melody Maker, and The Catalogue (the Indie version of "Music Week"), among others, back in the day. Their one studio album sustained a top three Indie Chart position, and was the number one new entry on US college radio playlists at the time of it's release. Regarded as an influence on DAVID BOWIE's 1989 project "Tin Machine", Bowie invited the band to support Tin Machine on their UK tour that year. Later in 1989 "Go Dominator" was recorded and co-produced in London by Bowie's bandleader and collaborator, Kevin Armstrong. However, drummer Digger's new friends at the Jehovah's witnesses disapproved of some of the lyrics. Digger refused to play on the song, and soon after quit the band. The song was never properly finished or released until now. "GO DOMINATOR" is pinned to a bouncing hip hop beat. The INFECTIOUS chorus, destined to become a chant for the rising throngs of human rights protesters across the globe, is punctuated by the clanky rock 'n' roll guitar break from HELL. While in between Dobson totally does his nut about some (presumably important) shit. In July, 2020, WDEcorp Records was formed. WDE's first 2 tracks from the unfinished archive, 'Paint the Curtains' and 'Trashing' Around', were unleashed, and were well received, marking up thousands of digital plays on BandCamp alone, as well as some radio plays. On 14th August, the album 'Let's Play Domination' was re-released across all online digital platforms. A new vinyl remaster release of Let's Play Domination is scheduled for April, 2021.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/16/2020
UPC: 5055869547482

Go Dominator (Uk)
Artist: World Domination Enterprises
Format: Vinyl
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Two PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED songs from the "unfinished" archives of late-'80s urban guerrilla noise-pop nutters World Domination Enterprises. Go Dominator & Woke Up Just In Time. VERY limited edition of only 300 copies in see-through orange vinyl. GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST! WDE, noted for their unpredictability and wild guitar sound, featured on the covers of NME, Melody Maker, and The Catalogue (the Indie version of "Music Week"), among others, back in the day. Their one studio album sustained a top three Indie Chart position, and was the number one new entry on US college radio playlists at the time of it's release. Regarded as an influence on DAVID BOWIE's 1989 project "Tin Machine", Bowie invited the band to support Tin Machine on their UK tour that year. Later in 1989 "Go Dominator" was recorded and co-produced in London by Bowie's bandleader and collaborator, Kevin Armstrong. However, drummer Digger's new friends at the Jehovah's witnesses disapproved of some of the lyrics. Digger refused to play on the song, and soon after quit the band. The song was never properly finished or released until now. "GO DOMINATOR" is pinned to a bouncing hip hop beat. The INFECTIOUS chorus, destined to become a chant for the rising throngs of human rights protesters across the globe, is punctuated by the clanky rock 'n' roll guitar break from HELL. While in between Dobson totally does his nut about some (presumably important) shit. In July, 2020, WDEcorp Records was formed. WDE's first 2 tracks from the unfinished archive, 'Paint the Curtains' and 'Trashing' Around', were unleashed, and were well received, marking up thousands of digital plays on BandCamp alone, as well as some radio plays. On 14th August, the album 'Let's Play Domination' was re-released across all online digital platforms. A new vinyl remaster release of Let's Play Domination is scheduled for April, 2021.