Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods (Deluxe)
by The Death Set

— Released 23rd March 2008 on Counter Records

The Death Set are back and they won't stop. And that, my friends, is time travel. Or a reissue, for they've never been anywhere without coming back. Following over 200 live dates since last year's release of Worldwide, The Death Set recount it all fondly with a revisit to where it all began.

Gathered together as 'Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods', this collection of The Death Set's first two EPs recalls every of the brashest moments of the Death Set’s super-deep super-brief ba...

The Death Set are back and they won't stop. And that, my friends, is time travel. Or a reissue, for they've never been anywhere without coming back. Following over 200 live dates since last year's release of Worldwide, The Death Set recount it all fondly with a revisit to where it all began.

Gathered together as 'Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods', this collection of The Death Set's first two EPs recalls every of the brashest moments of the Death Set’s super-deep super-brief back catalog – including original versions of classics like 'Around The World', and flagship smash-ups like 'Paranoia' and 'Zombie', staples of The Death Set's scorching live show – whilst adding remixes, Resets, and revox to the fray.

It’s probably best to just let go of what this is and instead focus on laughing whilst bounding around the room uncontrollably - that’s what the Oz pocket battleships do best. And the poor loves have been shouting and screaming over drumbox beats, serated-edge guitar and keyboard hooks for longer than you might have thought, as this 22-track collection proves.

Huge fun, exhilarating and strangely life-affirming, this is one for all the Death Set initiated, uninitiated, completists, speed freaks, and anyone who held little Johnny Siera up while he crowd-surfed their heads. Perhaps it’s for the last reason that, after The Death Set toured Down Under with the pop queen herself, Santigold named them her Favourite Band In The World.

Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods (Deluxe)
by The Death Set

— Released 23rd March 2008 on Counter Records

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Tracklist

  • CD
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Paranoia
  2. 2
    Negative Thinking
  3. 3
    Intermission
  4. 4
    Distressed
  5. 5
    Snap
  6. 6
    Boys Than Girls
  7. 7
    Around the World
  8. 8
    Hikoichi Is Very Happy
  9. 9
    Impossible
  10. 10
    Collision
  11. 11
    Fighting For Herself
  12. 12
    No. 2
  13. 13
    On The Street
  14. 14
    Zombie
  15. 15
    Heard It All Before
  16. 16
    Distressed By Late Night Television
  17. 17
    Once You Know, You Know
  18. 18
    Distressed  (Bonde De Role Remix)
  19. 19
    Impossible  (Dan Deacon Remix)
  20. 20
    Negative Thinking  (Best Fwends Wemix)
  21. 21
    Impossible  (Positive Outlook Etan Remix)
  22. 22
    Far Weathered Friends
  23. 23
    Negative Thinking About Tight Pants  (Ninjasonik Revox)
  24.  
    Play All (23)
  1. 1
    Paranoia
  2. 2
    Negative Thinking
  3. 3
    Intermission
  4. 4
    Distressed
  5. 5
    Snap
  6. 6
    Boys Than Girls
  7. 7
    Around the World
  8. 8
    Hikoichi Is Very Happy
  9. 9
    Impossible
  10. 10
    Collision
  11. 11
    Fighting For Herself
  12. 12
    No. 2
  13. 13
    On The Street
  14. 14
    Zombie
  15. 15
    Heard It All Before
  16. 16
    Distressed By Late Night Television
  17. 17
    Once You Know, You Know
  18. 18
    Distressed  (Bonde De Role Remix)
  19. 19
    Impossible  (Dan Deacon Remix)
  20. 20
    Negative Thinking  (Best Fwends Wemix)
  21. 21
    Impossible  (Positive Outlook Etan Remix)
  22. 22
    Far Weathered Friends
  23. 23
    Negative Thinking About Tight Pants  (Ninjasonik Revox)
  24.  
    Play All (23)
  1. 1
    Paranoia
  2. 2
    Negative Thinking
  3. 3
    Intermission
  4. 4
    Distressed
  5. 5
    Snap
  6. 6
    Boys Than Girls
  7. 7
    Around the World
  8. 8
    Hikoichi Is Very Happy
  9. 9
    Impossible
  10. 10
    Collision
  11. 11
    Fighting For Herself
  12. 12
    No. 2
  13. 13
    On The Street
  14. 14
    Zombie
  15. 15
    Heard It All Before
  16. 16
    Distressed By Late Night Television
  17. 17
    Once You Know, You Know
  18. 18
    Distressed  (Bonde De Role Remix)
  19. 19
    Impossible  (Dan Deacon Remix)
  20. 20
    Negative Thinking  (Best Fwends Wemix)
  21. 21
    Impossible  (Positive Outlook Etan Remix)
  22. 22
    Far Weathered Friends
  23. 23
    Negative Thinking About Tight Pants  (Ninjasonik Revox)
  24.  
    Play All (23)

The Death Set are back and they won't stop. And that, my friends, is time travel. Or a reissue, for they've never been anywhere without coming back. Following over 200 live dates since last year's release of Worldwide, The Death Set recount it all fondly with a revisit to where it all began.

Gathered together as 'Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods', this collection of The Death Set's first two EPs recalls every of the brashest moments of the Death Set’s super-deep super-brief ba...

The Death Set are back and they won't stop. And that, my friends, is time travel. Or a reissue, for they've never been anywhere without coming back. Following over 200 live dates since last year's release of Worldwide, The Death Set recount it all fondly with a revisit to where it all began.

Gathered together as 'Rad Warehouses To Bad Neighborhoods', this collection of The Death Set's first two EPs recalls every of the brashest moments of the Death Set’s super-deep super-brief back catalog – including original versions of classics like 'Around The World', and flagship smash-ups like 'Paranoia' and 'Zombie', staples of The Death Set's scorching live show – whilst adding remixes, Resets, and revox to the fray.

It’s probably best to just let go of what this is and instead focus on laughing whilst bounding around the room uncontrollably - that’s what the Oz pocket battleships do best. And the poor loves have been shouting and screaming over drumbox beats, serated-edge guitar and keyboard hooks for longer than you might have thought, as this 22-track collection proves.

Huge fun, exhilarating and strangely life-affirming, this is one for all the Death Set initiated, uninitiated, completists, speed freaks, and anyone who held little Johnny Siera up while he crowd-surfed their heads. Perhaps it’s for the last reason that, after The Death Set toured Down Under with the pop queen herself, Santigold named them her Favourite Band In The World.