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by - written on 21/10/11, updated on 21/10/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Infinity Within is the second album by Deee-Lite (who at the time comprised of Lady Miss Kier Kirby, Super DJ Dimitri Brill & Jungle DJ Towa Tei) and it was released by Elektra on June 23, 1992. This was much less successful in terms of sales as its best recorded chart position was #37 on the UK Albums Chart. Its possible that as this was a more socially aware album covering issues such as voting, safe sex & the Ozone layer it was too ahead of its time for when it was released which may account for its poor chart showing. Both the album and the single for I Had a Dream I Was Falling through a Hole in the Ozone Layer was issued in an ... Read the complete review
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