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Culling demos, rarities and outtakes from 1986-1991, Losing Touch With Your Mind shines a light on lesser known nuggets from the Spacemen 3 annals — a near-perfect compilation for anyone who found Sonic Boom’s solo material too experimental and Jason Pierce’s Spiritualized too grandiose. A remix of “Honey” opens in vividly produced psychedelic flashes. Although the alternate mix of “Walkin’ With Jesus” plays with less feedback and reverb than the version that surfaced on 1986’s Sound Of Confusion, the more decipherable lyrics give clues to just what they were singing about. You can also plainly see where bands like The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club mined their sound and attitude. And though the cover of Red Crayola’s “Transparent Radiation” doesn’t take as many risks as the original, the Velvet Underground resurrecting title-track and the heavy drum mix of “Suicide” make up for it in spades.

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losing touch is fine...

this is a trip to earilier material like their velvet underground type of sound heavy trip pill taking sound this is an english import only as well, highlights of this album are losing touch, suicide, things will never be the same probably not a starter album for the new fan unless you like heavy trip guitars already


Formed: 1982 in Rugby, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Spacemen 3 were psychedelic in the loosest sense of the word; their guitar explorations were colorfully mind-altering, but not in the sense of the acid rock of the '60s. Instead, the band developed its own minimalistic psychedelia, relying on heavily distorted guitars to clash and produce their own harmonic overtones; frequently, they would lead up to walls of distortion with overamplified acoustic guitars and synths. Often the band would jam on one chord or play a series of songs, all in the same...
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