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Sound of Confusion [180g Vinyl]
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Album: Sound of Confusion [180g Vinyl]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Loosing Touch With Your Mind
2)    2.35
3)    Little Doll
4)    MaryAnne
5)    Roller Coaster
6)    Hey Man
7)    OD Catastophe
 

Album: Sound of Confusion [180g Vinyl]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Loosing Touch With Your Mind
2)    2.35
3)    Little Doll
4)    MaryAnne
5)    Roller Coaster
6)    Hey Man
7)    OD Catastophe
 
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  • SOUND OF CONFUSION, the Spacemen 3's 1986 debut, is the band's most song-oriented album. CONFUSION features several covers-including Glen Campbell's "Mary Anne," Iggy Pop's "Little Doll," and the band's excellent extended reinterpretation of the 13th Floor Elevators' psychedelic classic "Rollercoaster"- alongside such originals as "Walkin' With Jesus," the song that would become the Spacemen 3's signature track.
  • Recording with a full-time drummer for the only time in the band's six-year career, Pete "Sonic Boom" Kember and Jason "Spaceman" Pierce here show only hints of the sound-for-sound's-sake obsessions of their later solo projects Spectrum and Spiritualized-particularly on the mesmerizing "Hey Man" and the sleepy "2.35." Instead, most of the comparatively pop-oriented SOUND OF CONFUSION recalls the Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray" as reinterpreted by a group of electrified new-age musicians. The Taang! reissue contains bonus alternate versions of three tracks plus the otherwise unavailable "Feel So Good."
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