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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! “Worlds OF Possibility” was released by Domino Records to celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2003. There is some genuinely brilliant stuff on here from Sebadoh, Pavement, Plush, Smog, Elliott Smith, Movietone, Hood…I could go on, oh and Flying Saucer Attack’s version of Wir ... »

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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 1st August 2015

“Worlds OF Possibility” was released by Domino Records to celebrate their 10th anniversary in 2003. There is some genuinely brilliant stuff on here from Sebadoh, Pavement, Plush, Smog, Elliott Smith, Movietone, Hood…I could go on, oh and Flying Saucer Attack’s version of Wire’s “Outdoor Miner”. Basically, it’s from a time when Domino could do little wrong as a label. However, for me, this compilation also marked the time when Domino became a less reliable label. There’s a track on here by Franz Ferdinand, albeit their only good song “Darts Of Pleasure” and then there’s The Blueskins – they just didn’t sound like a Domino band to me, they were too normal, like the label were looking for the next big thing. Something had changed. The Blueskins, as we now know, didn’t become the next big thing but shortly after this Domino signed some Sheffield band Called Arctic Monkeys. This compilation is great for remembering what Domino used to be but has a couple of signs warning us of what was to come. I Should probably give this a 9/10 but The Blueskins annoy me too much.


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