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2000 - 2001

January
2000

The single, 'My Favourite Slave', is released at 00:00 hours on 1st January 2000. It's the first single released by any UK band in the 21st century.


March
2000

Space Dog Video Game

The Space Dog video game is released. The game, based on the music and lyrics of the album of the same name, features the character Space Dog, who must free the 12 Dayglo Zones from the invading Fat Dude saucer fleet.


April
2000

The production of the Dayglo Fishermen tenth aniversary album is announced with a scheduled release date of 21st June 2000.

The album will feature many of the most popular tracks from the band's early years, including Fish and Easy Projector, and also previously unreleased tracks and mixes.


May
2000

Drenched Video Game

The Drenched video game is released. The senario is simple - four Dayglo Fishermen are cast adrift far out to sea without food or water. There is only one way to survive: eat the birds that fly overhead.


June
2000

Construction of the new purpose-built Dayglo Fishermen recording and production facility commences.


July
2000

'The Glo-Men Will Get You' Video Game

The Glo-Men video game is released.

The Glo-Men have kidnapped many Dayglo Fishermen and are holding them hostage deep in the Glo-Zone. They must be rescued before it's too late.


August
2000

Dayglo Pizza cover artwork

After a two month delay, Dayglo Pizza, Dayglo Fishermen's tenth aniversary compilation album, is finally released. The album features classic tracks such as Fish - the very first Dayglo Fishermen track recorded way back in 1990, Easy Projector - a transcendental masterpiece, and an extended remix of Mystery Artist.


September
2000

Cozmic Studios, Dayglo Fishermen's new recording and production facility

The new Dayglo Fishermen recording and production facility, Cozmic Studios, is officially opened.


October
2000

Doomed Cities Video Game

Doomed Cities, one of the most destructive Java games ever, is released. It is the fourth game to be released on the Dayglo Fishermen website this year.

Sean Wills

Also this month, former Dayglo Fishermen member Sean Wills visits Cozmic Studios. A new song is recorded for the forthcoming album, with Sean as guest artist. This is the first time Sean has recorded with the band for over eight years.


January
2001

Dayglo Fishermen - new album photo shoot - January 2001

With the new album almost complete, Dayglo Fishermen do a photo shoot.


March
2001

Dayglo Fishermen Website Version 4

The fourth incarnation of Dayglo Fishermen's website is launched - a new look in celebration of the release of the long-awaited new album, scheduled for April.


April
2001

Mad Marvin's Mechanisms Video Game

A new Dayglo Fishermen video game, Mad Marvin's Mechanisms, is released. The game is a chilling example of how evil death machines could one day invade our solar system and enslave our souls.

The game's sound effects are made entirely by samples from the forthcoming new album, now scheduled for a May release.


May
2001

Comet Nerdlinger Cover Artwork

Dayglo Fishermen's long awaited new album, Comet Nerdlinger, is released. At almost 74 minutes in length it's the band's longest album, and features their most accomplished music to date. The album receives worldwide praise.


September
2001

Bombs Video Game

Yet another Dayglo Fishermen video game, Bombs, is released.

The game's plot is simple, but challenging. Angry alien hoards are constructing bombs high in the clouds of the Dayglo System's gigantic gas planets. The bombs must be deactivated at all costs!

The game's sound effects are all taken from Dayglo Fishermen songs.


October
2001

Strumming The Classic Korg M1

After a well-earned lazy summer break, and with the bitter chill of winter gnawing like bass hounds at their bones, Dayglo Fishermen begin recording a new album.

A tentative release date of Spring 2003 is set. Can Dayglo Fishermen fans around the world wait that long?

 


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