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Spacemen 3 - Playing With Fire
Spacemen 3
Playing With Fire
LP | 1988 | EU | Reissue (Adasam Ltd)
27,99 €*
Release:1988 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2017!
Spacemen 3 - Threebie 3 Yellow Record Store Day 2020 Edition
Spacemen 3
Threebie 3 Yellow Record Store Day 2020 Edition
LP | 1989 | UK | Reissue (Space Age)
38,99 €*
Release:1989 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Coming Soon 29. August 2020 12:00:00 CEST
Record Store Day 2020 Release.
Limitation: 1000 copies.

Previously only released on limited edition black vinyl in 1989. Threebie 3 is a live Spacemen 3 recording featuring performances from a 1988 gig at Melkweg in Amsterdam which were excluded from the live Performance album. It was originally released in a strictly limited edition of 1,000 numbered copies which were only available via a mail order offer that came with the seminal and critically acclaimed Spacemen 3 Playing with Fire studio album released in 1989 which went to number 1 on the indie charts. Out of print for more than 30 years and now re-mastered by John Rivers at Woodbine Street Studio especially for vinyl release for RSD 2020.
Spacemen 3 - Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
Spacemen 3
Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
2LP | 1990 | UK | Reissue (Spaceage)
32,99 €*
Release:1990 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
A remastered and official release
of this bootleg, originally out in 1990 on the
legendary/notorious Father Yod imprint. The original seven tracks, dating back to January 1986 and the first recordings to feature Pete Bain on bass, are collectively known as the Northampton Demos'. UK edition.

Double LP on heavyweight 180 gram audiophile black vinyl in a wide spined sleeve with new artwork layout. Re-mastered by John Rivers at Woodbine Studios especially for vinyl release. Includes a bonus track not on the CD version and new artwork design.
Spacemen 3 - For All The Fucked-up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3
Spacemen 3
For All The Fucked-up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Superior Viaduct)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
In 1984, Spacemen 3 made their first-ever recording session and sold a few cassettes at now-legendary, incendiary gigs. Growing out of the dual guitar attack of Jason Pierce and Pete Kember, the band’s three-piece line up with Natty Brooker on drums offered a liturgical take on ’60s psychedelia, bare-knuckle blues and stunning feedback.

This early glimpse into the Spacemen 3 cosmos—crafted by and for all the fucked-up children of this world—captures the band’s unorthodox approach to rock ’n’ roll with nuance and power. While the raw atavism of “Things’ll Never Be The Same” and “Walkin’ With Jesus” would be scaled back considerably on later recordings, the one-chord propulsion of “T.V. Catastrophe” and hardwired stomping of “Fixing To Die” draw from a primitive force that served as the impetus for the group’s formation.

For All The Fucked-Up Children remains the perfect introduction to Spacemen 3. Not only do these demos reveal the auspicious beginnings of two teenagers born on the same day in Rugby, England, but also compelling clues that point toward the exploration and eventual refining of their signature sound.
Spacemen 3 - Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
Spacemen 3
Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
2LP | 2018 | US | Original (Superior Viaduct)
36,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
In the swirl of kaleidoscopic recordings that is Spacemen 3's discography, Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To occupies a pivotal position – one at the nexus between their garage beginnings and expansionist future. Spacemen 3 capture the inspired spark of mid-'80s psychedelia, offering a distinct variation on high pop through layered feedback, a formidable rhythm section and shining vocals.

Taking Drugs features the legendary Northampton demos, which secured the band's first record deal with Glass. While much of this material would be expanded upon on their first two albums, Sound Of Confusion and The Perfect Prescription, many devotees consider these early 1986 demos to be the vital document of Spacemen 3 at this primal stage.

With urgent, minimally treated versions of "Sound Of Confusion" (aka "Walkin' With Jesus"), "Losing Touch With My Mind" and "Come Down Easy," this double LP collection serves to exalt the strength of Spacemen 3's songwriting over the deep-dive, sonic ruminations that would permeate their later studio efforts.

Includes download card and new insert with liner notes by Byron Coley.
Spacemen 3 - Recurring
Spacemen 3
Recurring
LP | 1990 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
27,99 €*
Release:1990 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
1990’s Recurring, the fourth and final studio album by Spacemen 3, is often considered the introduction of two brilliant solo projects (Spectrum and Spiritualized) rather than the work of a functioning band. While Spacemen 3’s departing statement surely reveals a deep divide within the S3 camp—each side of the LP was written by Sonic Boom and Jason Pierce separately and, unlike previous releases, the two do not play on each other’s songs—Recurring maintains a cohesive, dreamy feel with its chief sonic officers backed by fellow travelers Will Carruthers, Mark Refoy and Jon Mattock.

Opening saga “Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)” marries ambient haze with narcotized indie rock, while “I Love You” manages to arrange a beautiful flute alongside a defiantly throbbing bass track. “Hypnotized,” a reimagined fuzz-pop hymn, would become the group’s first entry in the UK Singles Charts. Recurring lays bare the essence of Spacemen 3’s persistent sound, rooted in both aural expansion and phenomenal songwriting.

Includes download card and new insert with liner notes by Marc Masters.
Spacemen 3 - Playing With Fire
Spacemen 3
Playing With Fire
LP | 1988 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
27,99 €*
Release:1988 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Spacemen 3 began assembling their third album, 1988’s Playing With Fire, at perhaps the freest, most confident point in their career. Recording began with the band road-tested and rugged, even amidst the functional volatility that famously motivated their course. The sessions’ first offering came in the form of “Revolution,” a single of heroic Stooges-devotion and the most commercially successful release the group had to date. High expectations for the album were soon exceeded, as Playing With Fire would become Spacemen 3’s crowning studio achievement and cement their rightful place on the vanguard of otherworldly rock ‘n’ roll.

An exquisite mix of stuttering tremolo guitars and wistful melodies, Playing With Fire sheds any trappings of revisionism and furnishes a nuanced grade of psychedelia. Epic entries like “Suicide” (named after the notorious NYC band) and the mesmeric “How Does It Feel?” catch Spacemen 3 at their celestial apex, the very point where their collective writing, performance and production would crest and wondrously splinter.

Includes download card and new insert with liner notes by Marc Masters.
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