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Ladies & Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space

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Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space
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Come Together
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I Think I'm In Love
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All Of My Thoughts
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Stay With Me
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Electricity
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Home Of The Brave
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The Individual
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Broken Heart
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No God Only Religion
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Cool Waves
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Drugs are dangerous, but every once in a while they really work
2009 | Label: Sony Music UK

1997 was a great year for spacey, druggy art-prog Radiohead's instant classic OK Computer dropped from the sky (or from Thom Yorke's skull), indoctrinating rock fans to a particular stew of Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk, all the while fooling them into thinking it was pop music. That same year, another group of even stranger Brits put out an odder collection of freak-outs. The band was called Spiritualized, and Ladies and Gentlemen We… read more »

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