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Old 08-20-2008, 03:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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"Come Down Easy", "Transparent Radiation" and "That's Just Fine" are my favorite songs on "Perfect Prescription". You live in Maryland? What Part?
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Old 08-20-2008, 05:54 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Yeah It's a really cool album. I live in Cecil County. How about you? You also from MD?
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:13 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I live in Baltimore County...I've yet to meet someone that's heard of Spacemen 3, it's truly depressing.
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:50 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Ah, well it's good to meet someone on here who lives relatively close to me. I'm not too far from B-more county; one of my friends actually lives there. And I have never met anyone who's heard of them either. I just discovered them by chance actually. I was listening to the Black Angels on iTunes and it recommended them to me. And now I'm hooked!
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You should look around for live recordings and there are 2 dvd's out there (that I know of) worth checking out. Here's a clip from one of the dvd's

Suicide pt.1


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I know this is really, really old news, but Spacemen 3 had a partial reunion a few months ago. Apparently it was to help sell paintings (or was it raise money?) for a former band mate who is terminally ill. Jason was invited to come, but like always he turned it down. Still pretty cool though. I don't Jason is ever going to speak to Peter again, too many bad memories and hostile feelings. Jason is pretty adamant about never reuniting the men of space, it's cool though. I'd rather see my heroes die and not buy into that "Aww man, so many people miss us and we could make a quick buck off them." kind of deal. I think it's better if they don't get back together, I'd rather see them as sort of a legend.





Oh, and Kevin Shields is there. I mean, I'd rather see him in the studio working on the next MBV album.
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You should look around for live recordings and there are 2 dvd's out there (that I know of) worth checking out. Here's a clip from one of the dvd's

Suicide pt.1


Suicide pt.2
I must have a look for those dvds.

The live version of Suicide on Playing With Fire is orgasmic.
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'Transparent Radiation' is pure bliss. Their version of 'May The Circle Be Unbroken' is also a treat and a contender for my funeral song.

I've always preferred the quieter side of them. Naturally I'm a huge Spiritualized fan.
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I must have a look for those dvds.

The live version of Suicide on Playing With Fire is orgasmic.
Definitely, you'll have to look around quite a bit as the torrents I had gotten the two dvds from are now dead. One is up on youtube though.

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Old 05-07-2011, 04:34 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Also, this is probably one of the funniest things I've ever read about anyone.

"I met Sonic Boom after that show lol. He was fucked and offered me and my mate some of his Burger King. We declined. I tried to ask him about music and guitars. He looked confused and annoyed and his wife lead him away with his Burger King. Surprisingly I definitely wasn't dissapointed by this meeting of one of my musical heroes, excellent show."

God bless psychedelics.
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