Devil Hopping

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Devil Hopping
Studio album by Inspiral Carpets
Released March, 1994
Recorded Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Length 44:38
Label Mute
Producer Pascal Gabriel
Inspiral Carpets chronology
Revenge Of The Goldfish
(1992)
Devil Hopping
(1994)
Inspiral Carpets The Singles
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
NME (8/10)[1]

Devil Hopping is the fourth studio album from British indie band Inspiral Carpets, released in 1994 via Mute Records. The single version of "I Want You" features vocals by Mark E. Smith of The Fall.[2]

The title of the album came from producer Pascal Gabriel's pronunciation of the word "developing."

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Inspiral Carpets.

LP: Cow Records / DUNG 25 (UK)[edit]

  1. "I Want You" – 3:10
  2. "Party In The Sky" – 3:52
  3. "Plutoman" – 4:15
  4. "Uniform" – 3:54
  5. "Lovegrove" – 3:18
  6. "Just Wednesday" – 3:43
  7. "Saturn 5" – 3:59
  8. "All Of This And More" – 3:32
  9. "The Way The Light Falls" – 4:55
  10. "Half Way There" – 3:50
  11. "Cobra" – 2:13
  12. "I Don't Want To Go Blind" – 4:03
  • also released on CD (DUNG 25 CD)

LP: Cow Records / LDUNG 25 (UK)[edit]

Contains track listing as above, plus a red vinyl 10" featuring the following tracks:

  1. "Saturn 5 (Peel Session)" – 3:50
  2. "I Want You (Peel Session)" – 3:01
  3. "The Way The Light Falls (Peel Session)" – 4:35
  4. "Party In The Sky (Peel Session)" – 3:42
  • Peel Sessions first broadcast on 13 December 1993.
  • also available on CD (LDUNG 25 CD)

Personnel[edit]

  • Clint Boon - keyboards, vocals
  • Craig Gill - drums
  • Tom Hingley - vocals
  • Graham Lambert - guitars
  • Martyn Walsh - bass

Singles[edit]

  • Dung 23 - "Saturn 5" (1994)
  • Dung 24 - "I Want You" (w/ Mark E. Smith) (1994)
  • Dung 26 - "Uniform" (1994)

Personnel[edit]

Inspiral Carpets
Technical personnel

References[edit]

  1. ^ Frost, Danny. "Review: Inspiral Carpets - Devil Hopping (Mute/All formats)". NME (IPC Media) (March 5, 1994): 54. 
  2. ^ "Inspiral Carpets: Biography". Retrieved 2007-11-28.