Spacemen 3 - Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To
In the swirl of kaleidoscopic recordings that is Spacemen 3's discography, Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To occupies a pivotal position – one at the nexus between their garage beginnings and expansionist future. Spacemen 3 capture the inspired spark of mid-'80s psychedelia, offering a distinct variation on high pop through layered feedback, a formidable rhythm section and shining vocals.
Taking Drugs features the legendary Northampton demos, which secured the band's first record deal with Glass. While much of this material would be expanded upon on their first two albums, Sound Of Confusion and The Perfect Prescription, many devotees consider these early 1986 demos to be the vital document of Spacemen 3 at this primal stage.
Includes download card and new insert with liner notes by Byron Coley.
2.35 (Version 1)
Sound Of Confusion
Losing Touch With My Mind
That's Just Fine (Vocal Version)
Come Down Easy
Feel So Good
2.35 (Feedback Version)
It's All Right
2.35 (Version 2)
Things'll Never Be The Same
Transparent Radiation (Organ Version)
Reissue Release Year: 2018
Originally released in 1990