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A Tribute To Spacemen 3

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01
Things'll Never Be The Same
Artist: Bowery Electric
6:26
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Losing Touch With My Mind
Artist: Asteroid #4
8:06
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Honey
Artist: Mogwai
4:18
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Ode To Street Hassle
Artist: Flowchart
3:45
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I Believe It
Artist: Accelera Deck
3:31
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Revolution
Artist: Arab Strap
5:17
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Call the Doctor
Artist: Bardo Pond
7:10
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Hey Man
Artist: Frontier
6:33
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Lord, Can You Hear Me?
Artist: Low
6:23
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So Hot (Wash Away All Of My Tears)
Artist: Amp
3:23
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How Does It Feel?
Artist: Piano Magic
4:48
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Billy Whizz
Artist: Transient Waves
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 65:14

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Primroid

This is a rare example of, to me, a tribute to an integral band! Spacemen 3 were kinda like the 80's VU an deserve some serious revisiting (or they can be kept like a secret...). The artists here have come up with some refreshing takes on S3 classics! Sadly they are only classics to a hardy, intellectual few who love this type of sound!

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not all tributes suk.

g-rant

not all tributes suk. this is one of the only tributes where all the songs actually have something going for them, besides who doesn't love to drone out on 1 or 2 chords for a while? --- as to the 3 spacemen, a song like "rolercoaster" requires utmost commitment to the bit, not to mention 45 minutes of "dreamweapon." --- this is one of the only good tributes.

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An assortment of abstruse indie types pays respect to perennial drug merchants Spacemen 3 in this inconsistent tribute collection. The quality is split down the middle between heartless space rock noodling with none of the paranoid middle-distance and vastly atmospheric guitar-based dub that pushes Spacemen 3′s technique back to its spine. Accelera Dark is aware of the spiritual poverty of “I Believe It” and makes it sound like a lecture. Transient Waves, Mogwai, and Low, on the other hand, offer grandly clever updates, slicing away enough to get to the essence of the songs and hitting you with twice the impact. – Dean Carlson