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Spiders
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on 30 November 2017
Good product and fast service. What more could you ask for.
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on 4 September 2017
aged a bit, but still good
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on 6 December 2017
Some goods songs.
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on 25 November 2017
Excellent in all respects.
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on 28 July 2017
Love this album great band great cd.
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on 31 March 2017
'Spiders' (1996) - the debut album from Liverpool's 'Space' - combines a vast array of musical genres including Alternative rock, Britpop, electronic, techno and even hip hop. Main songwriters Tommy Scott (who pens the majority of the band's lyrics) and Jamie Murphy both make interesting contributions with Scott providing the album's hit singles:- 'Neighbourhood', 'Female Of The Species', 'Me And You Vs the World' and the sublime 'Dark Clouds'. Murphy takes the reins on a number of really powerful rock songs such as 'Lovechild Of The Queen', 'No-One Understands' and 'Major Pager' which contrast very nicely with some of Scott's more laid back efforts. If you enjoy quirky, off-kilter rock and pop then this LP should be right up your street.
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on 20 August 2016
This album is a classic, and the picture disk is lush!
Be aware though, that the idiots who shipped it thought that just slapping a shipping label on the sleeve was appropriate packaging - hence only 4 stars. I consider myself extremely lucky that the vinyl reached me unscratched and intact. I was however left with a sticky mess to clean off the sleeve once I'd attempted to peel the labels off.
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on 17 August 2005
This album has been playing in my CD player since its release many years ago. With unique sounds, catchy tunes and incredibley fresh beats it is a mystery what happened to one of the best bands to have come from the U.K!!!
This is the perfect album to listen to anytime, anyplace. It is the perfect accompniment to Space's "Tin Planet", which is also a rythmical sensation.
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on 30 November 2000
not many people would rate space, or maybe even knew of them before the ballad of tom jones, but this is almost the best work by an indie band (excluding parklife by blur)eva, the comedy of 'neighbourhood' continues in 'mister psycho'(the best song on the album) and the entire album is brilliant. it's original, although can be a bit samey to some people each song is different to trained indie ears. the reason for getting up in the mornings lies in this cd
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on 20 April 2012
All things from Liverpool are good and this is no exception. Beautifully made, great instrumentation, witty lyrics and off kilter vocals make this an interesting listen.
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