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Space - Tin Planet (2000) Retail CD
Space's sound has matured and become fuller than on Spiders (their debut)and much more themed, for instance there's a fantastic playful 50's rock n roll style solo in 'A little biddy help from elvis' And the opening combination of synth, guitar and synthesized orchestration on 'Begin again' really starts the album off on the right foot. 'The man' and 'Fran in japan' are great electronic songs which have such a good vibe to them they're song's which wouldn't be out of place on Primal scream's Screamadelica. Tommy's lyrics have matured and become a perfect balance of cynical and humorous in a stylemore… which at this stage of space's history present him as a veteran of 'fun' rock n roll.'The Unluckiest man in the world' show Space as a fluent talented intelligent band flying their banner far above the indie genre they were dumped in.Tin planet as a whole shows Space as a band who have created a perfect involving, party, sitting at home, listening to whilst driving, humorous, satirical, yet ultimately misunderstood album. The synth's feature heavily in Space's sound courtesy of a genius named Franny (his lines may not be cutting edge but he gells Space together so well) To me Tin Planet says music rather than band so if you are looking for guitar orientated brit-pop buy a supergrass album, meaningless party indie try black grape, but if you are looking for the rarity which is a band that creates flowing music something along the lines of Beck's midnite vultures meets the divine comedy. At £8.99 this is definately worth trying if it's not something that would immediately grab you.
|7||Liddle Biddy Help From Elvis|
|8||Unluckiest Man In The World|
|11||There's No You|
|14||Fran In Japan|
- Space - Tin Planet (2000) Retail CD
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