Hidden Track Giveaway: Disco Biscuits – Bisco Inferno Video Release – Pt. 3 – Helicopters @ Red Rocks

Last May the Disco Biscuits descended upon Colorado for their third annual Bisco Inferno weekend. The jamtronica pioneers kicked off the action on the 26th and 27th with a pair of performances at Denver’s Ogden Theatre before heading to the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre for a headlining set on the 28th. All three complete performances will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray and in a variety of downloadable formats on January 31 and we’re giving away a copy a day to a lucky reader each day this week.

For this video release, the Disco Biscuits have teamed up with TourGigs, who have provided fans a full range of purchase options including DVD ($25 per show), Blu-Ray ($30 per show), 480p Standard Definition video files ($15 per show), 1080p High Definition video files ($22 per show) and 1080p “Ultra Quality” video files ($30 per show). There’s a 15% discount for those who buy the same format of all three shows.

As part of our Everybody Wins When We Plug Something And In Return They Offer Us Free Shit To Give Away program, we’re teaming up with the band and TourGigs to premiere video of one full song each day from this release and we’re also giving away a copy of all three shows in DVD or Blu-Ray format. To enter our contest, simply leave a comment below telling us about your favorite Disco Biscuits album. You can enter a second time by leaving a similar comment on the wall of the HT Facebook Page and a third time by following @hidden_track and tweeting the name of your favorite tDB album (be sure to include both “@hidden_track” and #tdbferno” at the end of your tweet so that we see it). This is a quick contest, once the contest entry period closes on Thursday at 1:59PM EST, we’ll tally all the entries from our comments section, Facebook and Twitter and pick one winner at random.

Here’s the fine print…

  • To enter the contest, leave a comment below telling us your favorite Disco Biscuits album
  • You can enter a second time by leaving a similar comment on the wall of the Hidden Track Facebook Page
  • You can enter a third time by following @hidden_track and tweeting the name of your favorite tDB album (be sure to include both “@hidden_track” and #tdbferno” at the end of your tweet so that we see it)
  • Your comment(s) must be left by 1:59 PM EST on January 26
  • Anybody entering more than once a piece on Facebook, Twitter and at the bottom of this post will be disqualified, tarred and feathered
  • One winner will get a copy of all three shows (5/26, 27 or 28) in the format of their choice (DVD or Blu-Ray)
  • HT staff members are not eligible to win
  • You can enter all six HT/Bisco Inferno DVD/Blu-Ray contests, but can only win once

Now, we present the premiere of Helicopters from the Disco Biscuits’ May 28, 2011 concert at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo.

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36 Responses

  1. My favorite disco biscuits album is Uncivilized Area. It was the album that first introduced me to the band, with tracks like I-man, Little Betty Boop, Memphis, Morph Dusseldorf, Vassilios, and others which still comprise some of my favorite songs over a decade later. I will be listening to these songs and watching these DVDs when I’m a very very very very old man 🙂

  2. They missed the perfume. my favorite album to listen to beginning to end with headphones on. i give a copy to each new girlfriend and tell them, if you get this, then you get me.

  3. uncivilized area…first cd I listened to of theirs way back when and started seeing them locally at the wetlands and in philly in 1998

  4. ‘They Missed the Perfume’ is by far the best Biscuits album to date. Love the production value…one of my favorite albums to listen to with a great set of headphones! Turn it up to 11 and drift off to space…

  5. Uncivilized Area was the first thing I heard from this band and all I listened to by them back in 99 before I got any of their live shows. So I’d have to go with that.

    Also, I might be in the minority of liking Senor Boombox, just because it was their first release to come out when I was really getting into them.

    I honestly probably haven’t even ever listened to most of their other albums.

  6. Uncivilized Area is still my favorite. First Bisco album I owned, still have, and actually picked it up the day it was released.

  7. Wind at Four to Fly is an excellent live recording, probably one of my favorite listens. But the best album is definitely Uncivilized Area, a classic.

  8. My favorite Disco Biscuits album is definitely Uncivilized Area..all about Jamilia, baby. I even got to hear it live at the Biscuits’ only show at Mountain Park-Holyoke, MA. Such an awesome night!!! 🙂 Thanks Hidden Track for this sweet contest idea !!! <3

  9. Otherwise law abiding citizens! It incorporates all the funkin live jam style into the studio tracks and makes for one solid listen.

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