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Your Weight On the Moon

Man or Astro-Man?

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Album Review

Nothing too out of the ordinary amongst the many releases of Man or Astro-Man?. They still have their trademark theme of cheesy science fiction embedded in hyperactive surf rock. But unlike their later material, Your Weight on the Moon is more down to earth, as if they're concentrating more on their music rather than their gimmick. Not that this is a bad thing, since all the songs have more of a rock & roll feel to them, as if they could be the perfect house band for a Sean Connery-era Bond-in-outer-space movie. A worthwhile album, even if not too much new ground is covered.

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Phychobilly doesn't quite capture it. The James Bond sound is everywhere. Crank up the mosrite and strap in. This is by far my favorite Man or Astroman recording. Twang and echo is strong. You are caught! Ha ha!

Astro-man

This has been in my spin for weeks now. Awesome album, definitely worth a listen!!!

Biography

Formed: 1992

Genre: Alternative

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

As part of the surf revival movement of the early '90s (Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet, Laika & the Cosmonauts, the re-emergence of the great Dick Dale, etc.), Auburn's Man or Astro-man? specializes in a slightly different variation on the genre, self-described as space-age surf. Formed in 1992, the quartet originally consisted of members who went by such off the wall aliases as Birdstuff (drums), Star Crunch (guitar), Dr. Delecto & his Invisible Vaportron (bass), and Electronic Monkey Wizard...
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