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Where No Band Has Gone Before!

Voyager One seriously rocks—every last album! I have to thank iTunes for leaving the breadcrumbs that eventually lead me to these amazing alt-space-rock shoegazing geniuses from Seattle. Why they are not a household name within indie circles is beyond me? I’m sure they have a huge following in the Pacific Northwest—but on the East Coast, they are virtually unknown. Only goes to show you that talent and record distribution/promotion are not mutually exclusive. If you are one of the privileged few to have a Voyager One album in your “great albums to get wasted to” collection—count yourself as lucky. Music doesn’t get any better than this—beam me up Scotty!

A gem of a record!

how this one got missed i dont know, "Under the Radar" an amazing music magazine give this release a 9 out of 10. excellent record and an amazing band to see live. What a great bill to see them with BRMC.

Unbelievable, what music should be!

Absolutely amazing cd. My favorite song is endless repeat, but the entire disc is 5 stars the entire way through. I can't get enough. Beautiful synth blended with perfect lyrics, it will let you float away into musical abyss... If you like the secret machines, you'll enjoy this cd.


Formed: 1998 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Voyager One began typically enough -- as an ad placed in a Seattle music magazine -- but has since gone on to create intricate, textural space-rock in the manner of Catherine Wheel, Swervedriver, and Ride. During the winter of 1998-1999, Peter Marchese (guitars/vocals) and Jeramy Koepping (guitar) laid down their first two-song demo. Pleased with their work, the overworked duo actively sought to round out Voyager One's lineup. They soon signed on bassist Dayna Loeffler and the first in a series...
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