History Music / Spacemen3

4th Jan '16 4:27:13 AM Morgenthaler
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** This could be a weird ShoutOut to TheYardbirds' "Heart Full of Soul".
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** This could be a weird ShoutOut to TheYardbirds' Music/TheYardbirds' "Heart Full of Soul".
3rd Jan '16 9:38:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by The13thFloorElevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, [[Music/KickOutTheJams "Starship"]] by Music/{{MC5}}, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Music/{{Mudhoney}}.
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by The13thFloorElevators, Music/The13thFloorElevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, [[Music/KickOutTheJams "Starship"]] by Music/{{MC5}}, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Music/{{Mudhoney}}.
9th Mar '15 8:19:32 AM Patachou
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by The13thFloorElevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, "Starship" by {{MC5}}, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Music/{{Mudhoney}}.
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by The13thFloorElevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, "Starship" [[Music/KickOutTheJams "Starship"]] by {{MC5}}, Music/{{MC5}}, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Music/{{Mudhoney}}.
11th Jan '15 8:40:14 AM Patachou
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The band was known for its fanatical focus on minimalism and psychedelia, adopting the motto "taking drugs to make music to take drugs to" (later the name of a compilation). Their sound was based around droning guitars, feedback, monotonous rhythms, CreepyMonotone vocals and [[EpicRocking extended song lengths]]. Pierce and Kember shared an affinity for {{Shout Out}}s to their favourite musicians in both song titles, lyrics and interviews, with names cited as influences including The Music/VelvetUnderground, Music/TheStooges, Music/{{MC5}}, CaptainBeefheart, Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, The13thFloorElevators, The Electric Prunes, various blues and gospel acts (Muddy Waters, BoDiddley, the Staple Singers and John Lee Hooker) and the production techniques of Joe Meek, [[Music/TheBeachBoys Brian Wilson]] and Delia Derbyshire. The band disbanded in 1991 amid worsening tensions between Pierce and Kember. Their last album, ''Recurring'', reflected this, with the two sides being recorded by the two separately in different studios. Pierce has since gone on to popularity, acclaim and success with {{Spiritualized}}, while Kember founded Spectrum and did... [[strike:pretty much fuck all]] weird drone music with [[Music/MyBloodyValentine Kevin Shields]] (as [[FunWithAcronyms Experimental Audio Research]]).
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The band was known for its fanatical focus on minimalism and psychedelia, adopting the motto "taking drugs to make music to take drugs to" (later the name of a compilation). Their sound was based around droning guitars, feedback, monotonous rhythms, CreepyMonotone vocals and [[EpicRocking extended song lengths]]. Pierce and Kember shared an affinity for {{Shout Out}}s to their favourite musicians in both song titles, lyrics and interviews, with names cited as influences including The Music/VelvetUnderground, Music/TheStooges, Music/{{MC5}}, CaptainBeefheart, Music/CaptainBeefheart, Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, The13thFloorElevators, Music/The13thFloorElevators, The Electric Prunes, various blues and gospel acts (Muddy Waters, BoDiddley, (Music/MuddyWaters, Music/BoDiddley, the Staple Singers and John Lee Hooker) and the production techniques of Joe Meek, [[Music/TheBeachBoys Brian Wilson]] and Delia Derbyshire. The band disbanded in 1991 amid worsening tensions between Pierce and Kember. Their last album, ''Recurring'', reflected this, with the two sides being recorded by the two separately in different studios. Pierce has since gone on to popularity, acclaim and success with {{Spiritualized}}, Music/{{Spiritualized}}, while Kember founded Spectrum and did... [[strike:pretty much fuck all]] weird drone music with [[Music/MyBloodyValentine Kevin Shields]] (as [[FunWithAcronyms Experimental Audio Research]]).
4th May '14 4:41:59 AM beergood
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* WatchItStoned

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* WatchItStonedShoutOut: ** "Ode To [[Music/LouReed Street Hassle]]" ** "Music/{{Suicide}}"

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* WatchItStoned
4th Aug '13 7:59:39 PM JohnnyLurg
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by the 13th Floor Elevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, "Starship" by MC5, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Mudhoney
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by the 13th Floor Elevators, The13thFloorElevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by Music/TheStooges, "Starship" by MC5, {{MC5}}, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by MudhoneyMusic/{{Mudhoney}}.
26th May '13 9:26:05 PM JIKTV
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The band was known for its fanatical focus on minimalism and psychedelia, adopting the motto "taking drugs to make music to take drugs to" (later the name of a compilation). Their sound was based around droning guitars, feedback, monotonous rhythms, CreepyMonotone vocals and [[EpicRocking extended song lengths]]. Pierce and Kember shared an affinity for {{Shout Out}}s to their favourite musicians in both song titles, lyrics and interviews, with names cited as influences including TheVelvetUnderground, TheStooges, {{MC5}}, CaptainBeefheart, Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, The13thFloorElevators, The Electric Prunes, various blues and gospel acts (Muddy Waters, BoDiddley, the Staple Singers and John Lee Hooker) and the production techniques of Joe Meek, [[TheBeachBoys Brian Wilson]] and Delia Derbyshire.
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The band was known for its fanatical focus on minimalism and psychedelia, adopting the motto "taking drugs to make music to take drugs to" (later the name of a compilation). Their sound was based around droning guitars, feedback, monotonous rhythms, CreepyMonotone vocals and [[EpicRocking extended song lengths]]. Pierce and Kember shared an affinity for {{Shout Out}}s to their favourite musicians in both song titles, lyrics and interviews, with names cited as influences including TheVelvetUnderground, TheStooges, {{MC5}}, The Music/VelvetUnderground, Music/TheStooges, Music/{{MC5}}, CaptainBeefheart, Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, The13thFloorElevators, The Electric Prunes, various blues and gospel acts (Muddy Waters, BoDiddley, the Staple Singers and John Lee Hooker) and the production techniques of Joe Meek, [[TheBeachBoys [[Music/TheBeachBoys Brian Wilson]] and Delia Derbyshire.

* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by the 13th Floor Elevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by TheStooges, "Starship" by MC5, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Mudhoney
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* CoverVersion: "Rollercoaster" by the 13th Floor Elevators, "Mary Anne" by Juicy Lucy, "Little Doll" by TheStooges, Music/TheStooges, "Starship" by MC5, "Transparent Radiation" by Red Krayola, "When Tomorrow Hits" by Mudhoney
17th Oct '12 8:13:05 AM Nohbody
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Natter, and misuse of renamed trope (Mundane Made Awesome) as well.
* EpicRocking: "Rollercoaster", "OD Catastrophe", "Rollercoaster", "Transparent Radiation", "Things'll Never Be the Same", "Come Down Easy", "How Does It Feel?", "Suicide", "Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)", "Sometimes", "Billy Whizz/Blue 1", "Starship", "Ecstasy Symphony" (the full 9-minute version included on ''Translucent Flashbacks'') and "Transparent Radiation (Flashback)". Tends to end up as WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome because of the insane, relentless repetition, but it's up to the listener, really. ** Taken to its logical conclusion with "An Evening Of Contemporary Sitar Music" on ''Dreamweapon'' - a ''forty-three-minute'' song consisting of one chord repeating over and over and over and over again.
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* EpicRocking: "Rollercoaster", "OD Catastrophe", "Rollercoaster", "Transparent Radiation", "Things'll Never Be the Same", "Come Down Easy", "How Does It Feel?", "Suicide", "Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)", "Sometimes", "Billy Whizz/Blue 1", "Starship", "Ecstasy Symphony" (the full 9-minute version included on ''Translucent Flashbacks'') and "Transparent Radiation (Flashback)". Tends to end up as WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome because of the insane, relentless repetition, but it's up to the listener, really. ** Taken to its logical conclusion with "An Evening Of Contemporary Sitar Music" on ''Dreamweapon'' - a ''forty-three-minute'' song consisting of one chord repeating over and over and over and over again.

* {{Word Salad Title}}s: Frequent, with probably the best example being "Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full of Shit)".
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* {{Word Salad Title}}s: Frequent, Frequently, with probably the best example being "Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full of Shit)".
21st Jun '12 9:09:53 PM MSPachina
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** Taken to its logical conclusion with "An Evening Of Contemporary Sitar Music" on ''Dreamweapon'' - a ''forty-three-minute'' song consisting of [[BetterThanItSounds one chord repeating over and over and over and over again]].
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** Taken to its logical conclusion with "An Evening Of Contemporary Sitar Music" on ''Dreamweapon'' - a ''forty-three-minute'' song consisting of [[BetterThanItSounds one chord repeating over and over and over and over again]].again.
14th Jun '12 3:33:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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YMMV sinkhole
Opinions on Spacemen 3 tend to be split a few ways. Either: they are just as good as, better than or worse than {{Spiritualized}}. There's also the issue of their love of extreme repetition and long jamming. YourMileageMayVary. Heavily.
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Opinions on Spacemen 3 tend to be split a few ways. Either: they are just as good as, better than or worse than {{Spiritualized}}. There's also the issue of their love of extreme repetition and long jamming. YourMileageMayVary. Heavily.\n
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