Hidden Track Giveaway: Disco Biscuits – Bisco Inferno Video Release – Pt. 4 – Tricycle @ Ogden

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 year of the Disco Biscuits’ career. 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 year (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 Friday at 11:59AM 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 year of the Disco Biscuits’ career
  • 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 your favorite year of tDB(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 11:59 AM EST on January 27
  • 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 Tricycle from the Disco Biscuits’ May 26, 2011 concert at the Ogden Theatre in Denver…

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19 Responses

  1. My favorite year of the Disco Biscuits career is 2002, both because it’s the year I first saw them, and their style. That year, I felt that their quality of sound and freedom of exploration reached new heights, and began to change their sound for the foreseeable future. Their release that year of the album Senor Boombox highlighted a few of my favorite songs that they had been incorporating successfully into their live shows for years, including Jigsaw Earth, Sound 1, Triumph, Hope and Floes. Also, the New Years Eve run that year was arguably one of the best in the band’s history. 12/29/02 (my first show) and 12/31/02 are still discussed in the top 25 shows the band has ever played, and led to the polished live release series, “Trancefusion Radio Broadcast”, bringing a whole new fan base to the band, which would remain with them for the next 10 years, myself included.

  2. If we are looking at the Allen era i would have to say without question 2009 takes the cake. The I-Man intro alone from 4/19/09 @ The Klien would have sealed this years fate. Look at the Crickets from the 9:30 Club on 4/20/09 or the Rock Candy from the 1st Bisco Inferno at Red Rocks. It just seamed like they were on a mission that year to tear every show apart and show off a bunch of great new material. This year was given a giant exclamation point with the mind bending Countdown Medley at Nokia for New Years Eve.

  3. My favorite year has to be 2002. As much as I love 99 and 01, there was something about the sound in 02 that I find myself coming back to all the time. The West Coast run in March specifically.

  4. My favorite year for the biscuits was 2009. I know historically there are years that are said to be better, but I wasn’t around back then, but i was around in ’09. So, yeah. ’09.

  5. my first show was in 2001 and I will always love that sound.

    2007 was great too but I managed to attend about 20 shows in 2009 and all of them were great so I’m going to go with 2009.

  6. 2009 Most every show that year was good with about 25 great shows. June 2009 is as good as any 1.0 biscuits months. Buffalo Cleveland State Collage The Church all are great shows not to mention the twenty shows in between.

  7. My favorite year was 2007 because it felt like the year that band finally gelled with Allen on the kit. The sounds that were being experimented with were out of this world

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