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Spacemen 3 - Recurring Album


Spacemen 3





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Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock

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Spacemen 3 - Recurring Album


Feel So Sad (Reprise)2:46
Feelin' Just Fine (Alternative Mix)4:30
Drive / Feel So Sad5:34
Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full Of Shit)4:33
Why Couldn't I See6:37
Just To See You Smile (Orchestral Mix)3:19
Set Me Free / I've Got The Key5:11
Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)10:51
When Tomorrow Hits4:26
Just To See You Smile (Instrumental)3:19
Set Me Free (Reprise)1:50
I Love You5:32
Billy Whizz / Blue17:33


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FIRE CD23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album)Fire RecordsFIRE CD23UK1990
FIRE CD23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album)Fire RecordsFIRE CD23UK1990
3047-4-R, 3047-4-RASpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Advance, Promo)RCA, Dedicated, BMG Music3047-4-R, 3047-4-RAUS1990
FIRE MC23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Album)Fire RecordsFIRE MC23UK1990
BVCP-131Spacemen 3 Recurring = 回帰 ‎(CD, Album)BMG, DedicatedBVCP-131Japan1991
ZD 74917Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album)DedicatedZD 74917Germany1991
3047-2-RSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album)RCA3047-2-RUS1991
ZK 74917Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Album)DedicatedZK 74917Germany1991
3047-4-RSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Album, Son)RCA, Dedicated3047-4-RUS1991
ZL 74917Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album)DedicatedZL 74917Germany1991
FIRE LP23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album)Fire RecordsFIRE LP23UK1991
FIRE LP 23SSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Fire RecordsFIRE LP 23SUK1991
FIRE LP23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, TP)Fire RecordsFIRE LP23UK1991
FIRE LP23Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl)Fire RecordsFIRE LP23UK1991
ORBIT012CDSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album, RE)Space Age RecordingsORBIT012CDUK2004
ORBIT055CDSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album, RE)Space Age RecordingsORBIT055CDUK2016
ORBIT055LPSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red)Space Age RecordingsORBIT055LPUK2017
SV152Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, RE)Superior ViaductSV152US2018
ORBIT055LPSpacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)Space Age RecordingsORBIT055LPUK2018


Recurring was the fourth and final Spacemen 3 studio album, finally released after considerable delay in February 1991, some time after the band had broken up. By the time the album was recorded, relations between the band had soured to the extent that the record is in 2 parts - the first side by Peter Kember, and the second by Jason Pierce. The album included Hypnotized, a Pierce composition that was a minor hit in the UK in 1989. Spacemen 3 Recurring Label: RCA 3047-2-R Format: CD, Album Country: Original UKUS Released: Original 19901991 Genre: Rock Style: Space Rock,. Songs in album Spacemen 3 - Recurring 1991. Spacemen 3 - Big City. Spacemen 3 - Why Couldn't I See. Spacemen 3 - I Love You. Spacemen 3 - Just To See You Smile. Spacemen 3 - Set Me FreeI've Got The Key. Spacemen 3 - When Tomorrow Hits. Spacemen 3 - Feel So Sad. Spacemen 3 - Hypnotized. Spacemen 3 - Sometimes. Spacemen 3 - Feelin' Just Fine Head Full Of Shit. Listen free to Spacemen 3 Recurring Big City Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here, Just to See You Smile Orchestral mix and more. 15 tracks 78:26. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the . Spacemen 3. Released February 10, 1991. Recurring Tracklist. Big City Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here Lyrics. Why Couldn't I See Lyrics. I Love You Lyrics. As the band began to make a close, both Sonic and Jason would lead new and upcoming projects for years to come, leaving behind the legacy that is Spacemen 3. Recurring Q&A. Album 1991 15 Songs. Space Rock. Band Name Spacemen 3. Album Name Recurring. Type Album. Released date 1991. Labels RCA Records Fire Records Space Age Recordings. Spacemen 3 Recurring. Etichetta: Fire Records FIRE CD23. The other half being essentially a Spiritualized album. In fact Feel So Sad was the next Spiritualized single after the final Spacemen 3 split. I always hoped that the split would not be as final as it turned out to be but I got the feeling reading in the NME and that at the end they basically couldn't stand each other. Rispondi Avvertimi 1 Helpful. Recurring, 2004. Big City Everbody I Know Can Be Found Here, 10:50. I Love You, 05:32. Set Me Free, I've Got The Key, 05:11. Why Couldn't I See, 06:37. Just To See You Smile, 03:19. When Tomorrow Hits, 04:26


Listen to music from Spacemen 3 like Lord Can You Hear Me, Walkin' With Jesus & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Spacemen 3. Spacemen 3 were an English neo-psychedelic space rock band formed in 1984 in Rugby, Warwickshire by Jason Pierce . Spaceman and Peter Kember . Sonic Boom. Their first album, Sound of Confusion 1986, was not successful commercially, but it attracted a loyal fan base. Its fo read more. Spacemen 3 were an English alternative rock band, formed in 1982 in Rugby, Warwickshire, by Peter Kember and Jason Pierce, known respectively under their pseudonyms Sonic Boom and J Spaceman. Their music is known for its brand of minimalistic psychedelia. Spacemen 3 had their first independent chart hits in 1987, gaining a cult following, and going on to have greater success towards the end of the decade. However, they disbanded shortly afterwards, releasing their final studio album post-split in. Spacemen 3: Were an English alternative rock band, formed in 1982 in Rugby, Warwickshire, by Peter Kember and Jason Pierce, known respectively under their pseudonyms Sonic Boom and J Spaceman. Lord Can You Hear Me. Similar to Spacemen 3. Space Rock. Spacemen 3 Фото исполнителя Spacemen 3. United Kingdom. All songs by Spacemen 3. Spacemen 3. Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Follow Artist. British cult band of the '80s whose hypnotic, fuzzed-out masterpieces helped pioneer shoegaze and modern space rock. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . ILMIÖ festival heir H2Ö will over again fill the maritime, industrial-romantic dockyard milieu with hard-core representatives of Finnish alternative music and intrigu . Город: Rugby, 3 were a psychedelic rock band who grew to widespread infamy and cult status in the British music press on the back of their open, frank discussion of their heavy drug use and their unique, heavy trance-rock sound. However, band tensions grew in the band rapidly until they succumbed to conflict and collapsed in 1989


This reissue is really well done. Sound is full and rich. Records are flat and quiet. In fact, all of the Superior Viaduct reissues of Spacemen 3 (Taking Drugs, Recurring, Fucked Up Children, Dreamweapon, and Playing with Fire) are excellent.
Does this album have the full version of Billy Whizz/Blue I or shortened? Also - I wish we could enter track lengths to be displayed on discogs.
I tried to ask SV via Facebook about this, got no reply so I had to buy blindly. Yes, "Blue 1" here is full length. I guess this also applies to the Space Age edition.
I didn't know they dropped the Mudhoney cover. Bummer.
I have to say I'm happy with this release. The sound quality isn't the greatest, the bass is a tad bit hollow and the clarity isn't the best at times but it sounds full and spacious. Don't expect audiophile sound quality here but the mastering is engaging enough that fans will enjoy the listen. The pressing quality is also good. I have to say I've blasted SV in the past for some shoddy quality pressings but this one seems to be right. Flat, centered, and even tho it came in a paper inner sleeve it was free of scuffs or surface marks or any visible flaws. No surface noise, plays silent. For a fan who's been wanting a nice, clean, playable copy, it works for me. The album cover is not a sturdy, cardboard tip-on, for those that care. However, it comes with some cool inserts, including a high quality photo, liner note insert and repro inner sleeve. 6/10 sound-wise, 8/10 packaging.
Interesting. I just picked up a copy and found the bass rather prominent and booming.
I was hoping for better bass too. I think you could have graded it a bit higher. Never had any issues with SV pressings before. All the ones I have had been well done .
Bear in mind also; these were not audiophile recordings to begin with. They were done fairly cheaply at VHF in Rugby.
Mine arrived today. Sounds pretty good to my ears. Anyone know if it's the same master as the Space Age UK version?
hello ! What's about the sound ? good repress ?
Good pressing, from what I can tell. No surface noise, crisp sound. But I don't have an original to compare it to.
Not sure what everyone's issue with this pressing is. Perfectly fine sounding recording. My pressing on a par with regular non audiophile grade releases. I appreciate there are politics behind this one. But the records were on sale with no return to the record stores as part of RSD. Boycotting this only hurts the record stores selling it. Any perceived damage to J and Pete had already been done prior to their announcement. Of course f the gougers post RSD. They be scum.
This is genuinely the worst pressing of any album I have ever bought. Pops and crackles throughout. Disgraceful - do not even think about buying it.
My pressing was absolutely fine. I really don't get why people would avoid buying this because Pete Kember tells them not to. He's never had any problem with Space Age in the decade or so they've released his Spectrum/EAR material. With the label being based in Rugby I was always under the impression it was his label, or at least he had some involvement with it.
Amazing album! Outrageously horrible release. AVOID THIS PRESSING AT ALL COSTS!
The pressing I got was all scratched up, looked / sounded like garbage.
Mine also have audible scratches and the label on side A looks like it's been blasted with small nails. Crazy to hear my copy is'nt the only one!
Returned the first one and got a replacement and that one also contains numerous little scratches which are audible during playback. Do they store these records on a floor before slipping them into a sleeve? BS!
I just played my copy of this reissue and the sound is VERY low. Shame.
Lol.... As I read your comment I had just asked my husband to turn it up a bit as we play my copy. It's a good pressing, for sure, as far as no surface noise and it's a nice thick RED vinyl, but it requires a bit of extra volume for sure,
This is the edited and re-sequenced version of the album, missing the reprises orchestral and instrumental mixes found on the UK CD versions (whether it be, 1991, 2004, or 2016.) What it lacks in length, it makes up for in economy, as it flows perfectly in this incarnation. "Why Couldn't I See?" sounds absolutely beautiful after "Big City," and Sonic Boom's side of the album is pure dancing shoegaze bliss. Pierce's side, while not as strong, still has "Feel So Sad" and "Hypnotized" to recommend it, previewing the gorgeous sound of Spiritualized's 1992 masterpiece "Lazer Guided Melodies."
Spacemen 3 - Recurringpretty, pretty ... pretty, pretty, pretty ... good!
Swift Summer
Don't buy anything from this label. According to Pete Kember (sonic boom) they have a history of really screwing over the band who get little to no royalties from their releases. They're apparently attempting to take legal action. Here's a link to PK explaining the situation -----
I was alone in the dark, hazy blue smoke filled the small ten watt radio station the night this album found its way into the studio. To the glow of the red and green lights of the console board I made a sincere attempt to read the liner notes, failed, and dropped the disc into the tray. At 11:35 a musical adventure took control of not only my head but of those out there in the night, riding the waves of the radio ... together we listened to the disembodied voices and guitar driven electronics that were washing in from another side of the universe.Geeez, what a timeless piece of music ... Recurring could have come right out of the 1960’s, or possibly from the future, all I knew was that I was hearing it right then, and it was some of the freshest music I had heard for far too long.This is psychedelic music at its very best ... it involves you, it embraces you, it envelops you, strings you out and brings you back ... but don’t be surprised when it all winds down, and the long rays of the sun work their way into the morning, to find yourself sitting somewhere other then where you were when this record started playing.Got to go find my dark glass now, things keep shifting on me, and there's not a single colour that's not merging with all of the others ... forget the glasses, I'm staying right here.*** Sonic Boom revisits the legendary Recurring album and remasters it without adding bonus track, outtakes, or the usual things artists do to try and convince you that you need to purchase this album yet again. What he has done is to clean up the sound quality, taking advantage of modern techniques, and presenting the disc with technologies that were not available back in 1991, allowing it to sound even more bright, inviting, and more compelling than ever before. This is one of those times I highly suggest that you avail yourself of the new formate ... it's well worth your while.Review by Jenell Kesler
Hi, which release are you referencing at the end of your review? You mention that Sonic Boom had access to technology not available in 1991. Are you talking about the US CD released in 1991 where your review can be found? I'm confused & don't know where to find this wonderful Sonic Boom Remastered version you're talking about. We all make mistakes, so no big deal. But can you please clarify things (preferably with a link) to this special & wonderful Sonic Boom approved release? Thank you
printed innersleeve
Exclusive to this German release is the chance to get " When Tomorrow Hits " the only Kember /Pierce collaboration on Recurring and Sonic's "Why Couldn't I see" as a vinyl LP offering on the Recurring album which were not available on the regular Fire vinyl UK release or the Chain with no name UK release, along with a different track order. Making it a very unique and collectible discovery. These tracks were on the CD versions.
You can really look on this album actually being two albums in one. The first half, up to When Tomorrow Hits as being a Sonic Boom/Spectrum album. The other half being essentially a Spiritualized album. In fact Feel So Sad was the next Spiritualized single after the final Spacemen 3 split. I always hoped that the split would not be as final as it turned out to be but I got the feeling reading in the NME and that at the end they basically couldn't stand each other.

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