Dub Narcotic Sound System - Boot Party
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Boot Party is the debut full-length album by Dub Narcotic Sound System, originally released on K Records in 1996, and has been out of press on vinyl for 25 years.
The oddball indie-funk collective was formed in 1994 by vocalist and melodica-player Calvin Johnson (Beat Happening, Halo Benders, etc) and named in honour of Johnson's own Olympia, WA-based basement studio Dub Narcotic. Their incendiary debut cassette, Hands On The DIal, was followed by a rapid-fire series of trash-funk singles (including 'Bite,' 'Fuck Shit Up,' 'Booty Run,' and 'Shake-a-Puddin'), EPs (including Industrial Breakdown, Ridin' Shotgun and Bone Dry), and a 1995 instrumental record, Rhythm Record Volume One: Echos From The Scene Control Room.
From the outset, Johnson was the group's sole constant member, with the group's revolving lineup including a host of Olympia musicians such as Lois Maffeo, Tae Won Yu, Larry Butler, Todd Ranslow, Brian Weber, Heather Dunn, Chris Sutton, DJ Sayeed, Miranda July, and all three members of the Dead Presidents.
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- Pressed on deep-red vinyl
- Limited edition, and available exclusively from indie stores for Love Record Stores 2021
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