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Customer Reviews

39 minutes of pure awesomeness!

I've had high hopes for this album since I knew Space were making a comeback, and what a comeback this is!
From the catchy lead single 'Fortune Teller' to the even catchier 'Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab'.
This album is what I love about Space, lyrical madness with clever psychedelic beats thrown in for good measure.
This is a must buy album if you enjoyed Spaces hits from back in the nineties.
They have musically grown with time as well which is another reason to purchase this album!

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Stealing from the campy styles of Echo & the Bunnymen and the infectious sounds of the Boo Radleys, Liverpool's Space were formed in 1993 by Tommy Scott (vocals/bass), Jamie Murphy (guitar), and Andy Parle (drums). The band inked a contract with the indie label Gut Records before issuing Me and You Versus the World in 1996, but it was the release of "Female of the Species" one year later that helped Space truly establish themselves on the alternative rock scene. By the time of the kitschy single's...
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Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab, Space
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 16 March 2014

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