Death Disco
Star Shoes - Hollywood
May 18 2004
sponsored by
WWWhatsup Online Pinstand
with thanks to Star Shoes and BP Fallon

'a total blast'

BP Fallon is held in high esteem on the pinstand. As Ian Dury's publicist back in the day he came up with the phrase,'sex & drugs & rock & roll', which led to about 100,000 pin sales.. More recently, after dj-ing the U2 Zooropa tour, he has hooked up with Alan McGee of Poptones to start 'Death Disco' - basically an excuse for a rocking party. After initial hijinks when such as Courtney Love guest dj'd, McGee has settled down the London Death Disco to a regular weekly wednesday night thing with new bands. BP, meanwhile, has been travelling the world, bringing the vibe, fellow DJ Jaime Coon, and a mystic apparition known as the White Widow, to clubs in various cities. Here we see them on their spring 2004 jaunt to the left coast, in a piece edited by BP himself, entertaining the fashionable Hollywood horde.. Guest dj Peaches kills with the Gossip's 'Don't Make Waves' and then, maybe to wind-up BP, spins his buddies - Led Zep. Her dancers gyrate erotically as an exotically ethereal figure looms.

That is the whole piece, right there. 6:44. No VCD on this one, sorry.. There is a Death Disco comp CD out in the uk. sex & drugs & rock & roll pins are out of print. Death Disco pins are on the WWWhatsup page below.

capture captain: joly
date posted: 8/24/04


WWWhatsup Death Disco

code to add a punkcast#510 banner to your page