Disgraceful

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Disgraceful
Disgracefuloriginal.jpg
Studio album by Dubstar
Released 9 October 1995
Genre Synthpop
Label Food
Producer Stephen Hague, Graeme Robinson
Dubstar chronology
Disgraceful
(1995)
Goodbye
(1997)
Singles from Disgraceful
  1. "Stars"
    Released: 26 June 1995
  2. "Anywhere"
    Released: 18 September 1995
  3. "Not So Manic Now"
    Released: 25 December 1995
  4. "Stars"
    Released: 18 March 1996 (re-release)
  5. "Elevator Song"
    Released: 22 July 1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Disgraceful was Dubstar's debut album. It was released in October 1995 on the Food Records label, a division of EMI that was also home to Blur.

Artwork censorship[edit]

Disgraceful's cover underwent a revision after some time on general release. The original cover—pictured here—contained a furry blue pencil case with a balloon inside, creating a somewhat labia-like effect. This was later revised to the current, slightly less blatant bunny slipper design. Some[who?] have contested this move as censorship which entirely misconstrues the tongue-in-cheek humour of the original.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Steve Hillier except where noted.

  1. "Stars" – 4:09
  2. "Anywhere" (Hillier, Chris Wilkie) – 3:39
  3. "Just a Girl She Said" (Sarah Blackwood, Hillier, Wilkie) – 4:39
  4. "Elevator Song" – 2:54
  5. "The Day I See You Again" – 4:20
  6. "Week in Week Out" (Blackwood, Hillier, Wilkie) – 4:28
  7. "Not So Manic Now" (Mason) – 4:29 (originally recorded by Brick Supply)
  8. "Popdorian" – 2:53
  9. "Not Once, Not Ever" – 3:50
  10. "St. Swithin's Day" – 4:01 (originally recorded by Billy Bragg on his album Brewing Up with Billy Bragg)
  11. "Disgraceful" – 3:50

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