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Spacemen 3
Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To

Originally released as a bootleg, the recordings here known as Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To are demo recordings from 1986, and they capture the nascent Spacemen 3 well on their way to becoming the psychedelic behemoths they ultimately were. This reissue, for CD and double LP, features remastered audio and...view item »

Spacemen 3
For All The Fucked-up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3

Before going on to forming Spiritualized, Jason Pierce worked with Peter Kember (Sonic Boom/Spectrum) as Spacemen 3. Here we have a the first reissue since it’s original release in 1995. This album is of the first recording session they di...view item »

Spacemen 3

Dreamweapon by Spacemen 3 documents the time they played live in the foyer of Watermans Art Centre in Brentford at a screening of the Wim Wenders film Wings of Desire. The audience didn’t care for it too much but the 45 minute set of droning guitars will sure please fans of the band. This reissue includes outtakes from 198...view item »

Peter Zinovieff
Electric Calendar / The EMS Tapes

'The Electronic Calendar/The EMS Tapes' is the first complete retrospective of the experimental electronic work of pioneering composer, instrument designer, and all out game changer in the world of electronic music Peter Zinovieff, documenting his work from his earliest experiments in 1965 through to the liquidation of his EMS synthesiser compan...view item »

Spacemen 3
Live at The New Morning, Geneva, Switzerland, 18.05.1989

A bootleg of this show has been floating around for a while but this is the first time that this particular Spacemen 3 performance has had any kind of official release, albeit in slightly truncated form. Sonic Boom concedes in his sleeve notes that "the set presented here, is as it was...except the show was twi...view item »

Live Chronicles Volume 2

Spectrum is Sonic Boom, who is Pete Kember, who was in Spacemen 3. Which is to say that this is a lifelong psych traveller we are dealing with here. These cosmic recordings were performed live in front of an enthused crowd in Tokyo, and things get good and spacey. Live Chron...view item »

Live Chronicles Volume 1

Spectrum is Sonic Boom, who is Pete Kember, who was in Spacemen 3. Which is to say that this is a lifelong psych traveller we are dealing with here. These cosmic recordings were rained down upon grateful audiences in Newcastle and London in the very early 90’s, and they ge...view item »

Sonic Boom

As a member of Spacemen 3, Pete Kember, aka Sonic Boom made space rock that took its cues from Suicide and The Velvet Underground. Spectrum was his first solo album since the demise of the seminal band and served to placate his pop sensibilities. His trademark cosmic hy...view item »

Spacemen 3

Okay, is this the worst Spacemen 3 album? Probably. Is it still worth hearing? I'd say so. The album is divided between two clear sides: first half of the album is handled by Sonic Boom while the latter half is done by J Spaceman of ...view item »

Whirlpool/The Original Recordings

This is not the whirlpool album you may be familiar with. These are the original mixes produced by chapterhouse with the original engineers who recorded the material during 1990. The whirlpool album most people are familiar with was remixed by ralph jezzard, robin gutherie, and john fryer and has a much more polished sound and better production ...view item »

Spacemen 3
DJ Tones

It's nice to see Spacemen 3 records still doing the rounds. I remember buying Playing With Fire when it came out and shaking myself around the room to it unattractively on a regular basis. Ah them were the days. The shaking has got worse but I still get a kick from listening to Spacemen 3. The Great Pop Supplement have done a lovely job of reissuin...view item »

Spacemen 3
Playing With Fire

The Rugby psychedelicists’ third album, released in 1989, takes their minimal sound to various extremes. Peter Kember aka Sonic Boom provides the harsh fuzz of single Revolution and the blissed-out pulsations of How Does It Feel?, and there are several examples of Jason Pierce’s prot...view item »