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Spacemen 3/Inspiral Carpets: Asylum, Manchester

Live Review by John Robb, Sounds, September 1987

WOWEEE, TRIPPY BABY — the far-out scene jumped into the time machine, shed all its colour and mind-exploding drugs, and leapt into the 1980s. ...

Spacemen 3, The Dave Howard Singers: University of London Union

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, November 1988

THE PROBLEM with most purveyors of ersatz electronic soul is they invariably forget the random element while building citadels of software perfect pop. Dave Howard ...

Spacemen 3: Urine Salesmen Of The Apocalpyse [sic]

Interview by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, Fall 1988

SWEETLY, simply put, Spacemen 3 are the only English band that I'd walk across the street to piss on. Meaning mostly that I wouldn't even ...

Spacemen 3: God Only Knows

Interview by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, March 1989

THE MORNING before my interview with Spacemen 3, as I'm rewinding their new LP, Playing With Fire, my Walkman starts to emit a peculiar pulsing ...

Spacemen 3: Spacemen E

Interview by Jack Barron, New Musical Express, July 1989

THE TRAIN TO Rugby rattles down the track. On my lap lies an inch-thick collection of press on Spacemen 3. One quote in particular leaps ...

Spacemen 3

Report and Interview by Martin Aston, Catalogue, The, 1991

"Let me tell you about life/I got mine, you got yours"... ...

Spacemen 3: Rock'n'Roll Suicide

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, February 1991

The story of SPACEMEN 3 is a cool, rock'n'roll tale of drugs, revolution and eventual destruction. JOHN ROBB meets up with Sonic and Jason on ...

Spaceman 3: Two Into Three Won't Go

Interview by Stephen Dalton, Vox, April 1991

...OR, WE TWO WERE THREE. THE SPACEMEN THREE, THAT IS. PETER AND JASON, TO BE PRECISE. BUT WHILE THIS PAIR OF SPACE CADETS WERE ONCE ...

Spiritualized: Run Silent Run Deep

Retrospective and Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, October 2001

Others lost their heads, but Spiritualized's Jason Pierce stuck to his vision. Keith Cameron unravels 10 years of hedonism, hard graft and betrayal. ...

Medicine Show: The Spacemen 3 fill out another Perfect Prescription

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Seattle Weekly, June 2003

RUGBY, ENGLAND, SPRING ’87: Four scruffy twentysomethings are sprawled across secondhand bed mattresses arranged at asymmetrical angles on the floor of VHF Studios. The ...

see also Spiritualized

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