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Spacemen 3 - Recurring download album

  • Performer: Spacemen 3
  • Album: Recurring
  • FLAC: 1196 mb | MP3: 1113 mb
  • Released: 2018
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 176
Spacemen 3 - Recurring download album

Spacemen 3 – Recurring Label: RCA – 3047-2-R Format: CD, Album Country: Original UK/US Released: Original 1990/1991 Genre: Rock Style: Space Rock,.

Listen free to Spacemen 3 – Recurring (Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here), Just to See You Smile (Orchestral mix) and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

Recurring - Студийный альбом от Spacemen 3. Вышел 1990г. В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:07:18. Spacemen 3. – Set Me Free-I've Got the Key.

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 ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red). Space Age Recordings. Recurring ‎(Cass, Album). FIRE LP 23S. Recurring ‎(LP, Album, Ltd).

Either way, I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed as to what I'm hearing on 'Recurring'. Couple of the tracks that I - personally thought that managed to stand out include "Why Couldn't I See", "Set Me Free, I Got The Key", the catchy "When Tomorrow Hits" and the happening "Feel Just Fine (Head Full Of Sh )".

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Album · 1990 · 15 Songs. Sonic Boom (Pete Kember), side one; J. Spacemen (Jason Pierce), side two. Yet, considering that each musician wrote and produced his side independent of the other, Recurring is remarkably unified.

Tracklist: 1. Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here), 2. Just To See You Smile (Orchestral Mix), 3. I Love You, 4. Set Me Free, I’ve Got The Key, 5. Set Me Free (Reprise), 6. Why Couldn’t I See, 7. Just To See You Smile (Instrumental), 8. When Tomorrow Hits, 9. Feel So Sad (Reprise), 10. Hypnotized, 11. Sometimes, 12. Feelin’ Just Fine (Head Full Of Shit), 13. Billy Whizz, Blue1, 14. Drive, Feel So Sad, 15. Feelin’ Just Fine (Alternative Mix).


A1 Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here)
A2 Just To See You Smile (Orchestral Mix)
A3 I Love You
A4 Set Me Free/I've Got The Key
A5 Set Me Free (Reprise)
B1 Feel So Sad (Reprise)
B2 Hypnotized
B3 Sometimes
B4 Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full Of Shit)
B5 Billy Whizz/Blue 1

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Space Age Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Space Age Recordings
  • Recorded At – VHF, Rugby
  • Remixed At – Battery Studios, London


  • Artwork – Mr. Ugly*
  • Bass [Vibrations] – Will Carruthers
  • Engineer – Anjali Dutt (tracks: B1, B3 to B5), Paul Adkins (tracks: A1 to A5, B2), Sarah Bedingham (tracks: B1, B3 to B5)
  • Flute – Pat Fish
  • Guitar [Fender Telecaster], Acoustic Guitar – Mark Refoy
  • Guitar [Fender Telecaster], Acoustic Guitar, Autoharp, Blues Harp, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals – Jason*
  • Guitar [Vox Starstreamer], Guitar [Burns Jazz], Organ [Vox Super-Continental], Guitar [Vox Conqueror], Acoustic Guitar [Twelve-String], Synthesizer, Sampler, Effects [Feedback, Tremeloes, Drones], Vocals – Sonic Boom
  • Layout – Hand And Eye
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Richard Formby
  • Percussion – Jon Mattock
  • Producer – J. Spaceman, Sonic Boom
  • Saxophone – Alex Green
  • Violin – Owen John
  • Written-By – Pierce* (tracks: B1 to 5), Kember* (tracks: A1 to 5)


Originally released in 1990, Spacemen 3's final studio album lays bare the essence of their sound, rooted equally in aural expansion and phenomenal songwriting.

Ghostly, ecstatic and truly mesmerizing.

Notes by Marc Masters

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 855985006529
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Etched)): S̶V̶-̶1̶5̶ SV-152 A1 RE2 29337.1...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Etched)): SV-152 B RE2 29337.2... ⋊

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FIRE CD23 Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(CD, Album) Fire Records FIRE CD23 UK 1990
ORBIT055LP Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, RE, Red) Space Age Recordings ORBIT055LP UK 2017
ZK 74917 Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Album) Dedicated ZK 74917 Germany 1991
FIRE LP 23S Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Fire Records FIRE LP 23S UK 1991
3047-4-R, 3047-4-RA Spacemen 3 Recurring ‎(Cass, Advance, Promo) RCA, Dedicated Records, BMG Music 3047-4-R, 3047-4-RA US 1990

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 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?
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