Datarock - Datarock Datarock - Limited New Orange LP - RSD20
Format: New & Sealed Orange LP Label: Young Aspiring Professionals Cat. No: YAP073LP Barcode: 7090000000000 Released: 26/09/2020
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"DATAROCK DATAROCK" will finally be available on vinyl as a limited edition, orange 12" for Record Store Day.
The release will be backed by a 100 episode animated documentary covering the album's wild history.
DATAROCK's debut from 2005 was the start of one of Norway's most bizarre international carriers. The self-released album ended up as #36 on NME's albums of the year. It was also nominated for a Norwegian Grammy.
Lead single "Computer Camp Love" came in as #88 among Rolling Stone Magazine's songs of the year. In Australia's the same track came in as #12 on Triple J's Hottest 100 (with more than 600.000 people voting). "I Used to Dance With My Daddy" ended up in EA-games such as Need For Speed, FIFA Street & UEFA Euro. "Sex Me Up" was picked up by Hollywood films like "Extreme Movie" featuring Michael Cera. "Princess" became the sound of campaigns for everything from Samsung to Ryanair, "Bulldozer" was in films such as "To Live & Ride in LA", "Computer Camp Love" was in Argentina's cult classic "UPA!" - and "Fa Fa Fa" was heard everywhere from series like Workaholics & Vampire Diaries to films like Ace Ventura, EA-games like FIFA, Sims, NHL & NBA Live, and in international campaigns for everything from Apple & Google to Coca Cola. Norway's weirdest ended up playing more than a 1000 shows in their red trademark tracksuits & wraparound sunglasses - traveling to 36 countries on 5 continents, performing at everything from Jimmy Kimmel Live (twice) to Coachella (CA), WMC (Miami), SXSW (Austin), CMJ (NYC), Download (San Francisco), Detour (LA), Culture Collide (LA), Virgin Festival (Toronto), Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (Montreal), MX Beat (Mexico City), Planet Terra (Sao Paolo, Brazil), Personal Fest (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Lollapalooza (Santiago, Chile), Summer Sonic (Japan), Falls (Australia), Sónar (Spain), Hurricane (Germany), Hultsfred (Sweden), Roskilde (Denmark), Reading & Leeds (UK).