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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Debut album by part lounge, part weirdo popgroup Space, featuring the singles 'Female Of The Species','Me & You Vs. The World' and 'Neighbourhood'. Other 11 trx:'Mister Psycho', 'Money', 'Lovechild Of The Queen', 'No-OneUn... more »
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Debut album by part lounge, part weirdo popgroup Space, featuring the singles 'Female Of The Species','Me & You Vs. The World' and 'Neighbourhood'. Other 11 trx:'Mister Psycho', 'Money', 'Lovechild Of The Queen', 'No-OneUnderstands', 'Voodoo Roller', 'Drop Dead', 'Dark Clouds','Major Pager', 'Kill Me', 'Charlie M' and 'Growler'.
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Kenny F. from ROANOKE, TX
Reviewed on 4/30/2007...
i only have one cd! cd case is broke, but cd is in excellant condition
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A crime this is out of print (for now)
(5 out of 5 stars)
"But its cheap used.This is one of the best albums of the last decade...not a mild compliment. Somehow Cornershop got all the credit for this kind of quirky sampling and mixing it up. Space has an even better sense of humor...and are ready to totally pimp themselves out by doing a clubby goof-off song (Growler). My cd is worn down to the level of wafer thin. A disc that separates the tasteful from the tasteless (or just those who think they have taste).Obtain, utilize, and be fruitful."
A lucious brit-pop altered state...
thejahi | Blue Ash, OH United States | 05/10/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is a vacation to a weirder, hipper, darker world... one with tarantulas in the bathtub, peculiar neighbors, and freaky vibes that are given a soundtrack by Space. Similar to They Might Be Giants in this regard, you have to just sit back and take a trip into these guys minds and come back wondering where your luggage went. The lyrics give you a Zen release from reality, and the music is with you all the way, somehow making electronica, lounge, and brit-pop all a seamless part of the day-trip. Like Thomas Dolby or TMBG, Space takes convention and lulls you in with a slightly off-mainstream sound and then turns it all on its head. If you want to get away from it all for awhile, this is a must-have."