D.I. Go Pop is the second studio album by English post-rock band Disco Inferno. After forming as a post-punk group in 1989, the band subsequently worked towards an innovative production approach which made extensive use of digital samplers. A deft mix of creative sampling, tender, sinewy melodies, and caustic, intelligent lyrics, D.I. Go Pop is regarded as a key release in the history of post-rock. The album cover, designed by Fuel and featuring photography David Spero, has been described as "one of the most indelible album cover images in the '90s." Available on vinyl for the first time since its original release in 1994.