Soul Kiss (Glide Divine) by Spectrum

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Vinyl LP £20.99 MRSSS511

Reissue LP on Vinilisssimo.

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Soul Kiss (Glide Divine) by Spectrum
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10/10 Pete 10th July 2015

Spacemen 3 had so much going for them, shame Jason and Pete just have to annoy each other too much to do anything sensible.

This reissue is one of the best things I've ever come across, every aspect of this album is perfect to listen to and you can't help but wonder what could have happened if Spacemen 3 just held it together for a little longer.

If you have any doubts just buy it, have a few, then play this. You won't know what hit you, get up play it again, then just smile. It's the foundation for all sorts of dream pop style music and at the same time the end of the spacemen 3 style in a way that everyone could enjoy.


9/10 Pauletti 13th December 2013

hOW YOU satisfy us?? no longer Yes you do Pete cause I tried a thousand ways cheers; love; klf


9/10 Stefan 12th November 2013

Ah, a reissue of this beauty at last! I really wasnt sure about this one back in 1992. Still hurting a bit from the breakup of Spacemen 3 I thought that Sonic was headed into obscurity and worse. I was thankfully very wrong and here we are 21 years later with Sonic touring Europe constantly and putting out a more varied and interesting catalogue than ever before.

There's a charming innocence to the songs here and a gentleness that had been explored by Spacemen 3 but that really seemed to belonged to Sonic and maybe were one of the things that required him to break free as he did. Songs like 'I Love You To The Moon And Back' and 'Waves Wash Over Me' are totally his own thing. I'm not sure that the 'experimental' label really fits many of the tracks here, because the songs are generally quite conventional. That is not meant as a criticism - you can think of this album as a point somewhere between the guitar led sound of the Spacemen (lots of Vox Starstream!) and the more ambient turns he later took.


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