First Band from Outer Space – We’re Only in It for the Spacerock (2005)(320 kb/s)

Space rock is sort of like post-rock: for most people, a little bit of it goes a long way, and most of it ends up sounding pretty much the same. If you have a couple Hawkwind, Gong and Ozric Tentacles albums and maybe something a bit more exotic, say a Korai Öröm or a Hidria Spacefolk disc, and you’re content with those, you might not need anything more to sate yourself whenever you have a space rock craving. For those of you who do need more, though, We’re Only In It For the Spacerock (hey, I think this might be a space rock album) is worth checking out. -kept reading in… progreviews.

Track List:
01 – Begin to Float (4:43)
02 – Sannraijz (9:55)
03 – Sometimes Going Too Far Is the Only Way to Go (7:10)
04 – Sannraijz II (4:42)
05 – We’re Only In It For the Spacerock (20:16)
06 – Make Yourself Heard For the Rest of the World (10:36)

LineUp:
– Starfighter Carl (drums and rhythm tools)
– Johan From Space (guitar and vocals)
– Space Ace Frippe (bass and creating the cosmic oscillator sounds)
– Moonbeam Josue (creative mind and variety of different flutes)

 

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2 Comments

  1. Great CD From A Great Band.Listen To It Loud. :)


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