disco versus the credit crunch december • junk in the trunk – a disco versus the credit crunch christmas special

Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Back in 2008 we had what at the time seemed like the impending end of the world upon us. The collapse of the banks, the ensuing financial crisis and stock market collapse, followed by the MPs expenses scandal, tumbling house prices and the introduction of austerity guaranteed that there was no good news. The politicians foundered like fish out of water, the media rubbed their hands with glee and
all in all the outlook was bleak. In an attempt to provide some optimism we created a CD per month and accompanying paraphernalia as an antidote to the dystopia. Surely things couldn’t get any worse, could they?

 

IS DISCO ONLY ONE TO THINK X-FACTOR IS RUBBISH?
Disco Versus The Credit Crunch? A Season For Giving (Up).
As we grind towards the end of the decade it’s comforting to know that some things never change, and we go out on a low. But those of you familiar with the eyrie! festive music policy won’t be disappointed. Maybe Disco hasn’t single-handedly averted the collapse of modern society, but hopefully it has buttered a few parsnips along the way. On a more serious note, it’s important not to forget the true meaning of Christmas – buy all your presents in The Pound Shop and spend the rest on going out and having a damn good time. Bring on the wall!

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