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(Star Pilot On Channel K)


May (?) 1990 limited non-LP 7" Silicon Dream

    Silicon Dream 3.59 / Home Planet 4.58 (Accelerating Blue Fish, ACCS713)
Produced by Bo M, S.P.O.C.K, Eddie. Recorded at Dundret. Only 510 copies were made.


1 May 1991 various artists CD/LP/MC I SOMETIMES WISH I WAS FAMOUS - A SWEDISH TRIBUTE TO DEPECHE MODE

15 Sep 1992 CDM Never Trust a Klingon
  1. Never Trust a Klingon (Satellite version) 4.14
  2. I Am an Android (Dirty version) 3.44
  3. In Space No One Can Hear You Scream (The Unreleased Video version) 4.04
  4. Never Trust a Klingon (Gravity version) 6.07 [remixed by von Dezibel, Android & Eddie B] (Energy Rekords, ERCD016)
Adventure #1, 2 & 4 recorded at Studiobörsen, Malmö, Sweden, Tellus, produced by von Dezibel of DB Production, Eddie B & S.P.O.C.K. Adventure #3 recorded at Dundret, Malmö, Sweden, Tellus, produced by J Strandquist, Eddie B & S.P.O.C.K.

18 Dec 1992 various artists 3" CD EP VIRTUAL X-MAS '92

Given away for free to those who bought a ticket to this event.

10 May 1993 CD FIVE YEAR MISSION

  1. Neutral Zone 4.33
  2. Never Trust a Klingon 4.16
  3. Mr Spock's Brain 4.20
  4. Charlie X 4.07
  5. E-lectric 3.28
  6. Black Hole 4.29
  7. Space Race 3.45
  8. Time Machine 5.03
  9. Edge of Forever 4.19
  10. Last Man on Earth 5.19 (Energy Rekords, ERCD029)
Space effects by Cybernoid (Finn Malmgren), song and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), music and choir by Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson). Recorded in The Kitchen, Staffanstorp, Sweden, produced by S.P.O.C.K and Chris P (except track 2 recorded at Studiobörsen, Malmö).

1 Sep 1993 German various artists CD WE CAME TO DANCE - INDIE DANCEFLOOR VOL. II

later 1993 non-LP CDM Strange Dimensions
  1. Strange Dimensions (Energy version) 4.34
  2. Beam Me Up (Transporter version) 5.27
  3. Strange Dimensions (Warp Speed version) 6.23 (Energy Rekords, ERCD050)
Recorded in the Kitchen. Producers S.P.O.C.K & Chris P. Engineer Chris P.

15 April 1994 remix CDM Never Trust a Klingon [2294AD]

  1. Never Trust a Klingon (A version) 4.22
  2. Last Man on Earth (SMPJ version) 4.05
  3. Never Trust a Klingon (Captain's Log) 6.13 (Energy Rekords, ERCD056)
Apparently released in connection with their inclusion of 'Never Trust a Klingon [Satellite version]' on the various artists compilation 'GALAXY DANCE PARTY VON RAUMSCHIFF ENTERPRISE'. Vocals and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), effects by Cybernoid (Finn Malmgren), music and choir by Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson). Recorded at MRC Studio, Malmö, Sweden, Tellus. Produced by S.P.O.C.K.


1 Dec 1994 CDM/CDS Astrogirl

  1. Astrogirl (Radio edit) 4.08
  2. Mr Spock's Brain (MTV Unplugged) 4.26
  3. Astrogirl (Technicolor mix) 5.21 [remix by Don Jeremy]
  4. Astrogirl (Astro Ass mix) 5.56 [remix by DJ Qling & Ohed]
  5. Astrogirl (Paradise mix) 4.43 [remix by Snaporaz]
  6. Astrogirl (Food Bag Dubb mix) 6.45 [remix by Quadrant & Tranya] (CD-maxi: Energy Rekords, ERCD079)
  1. Astrogirl (Original version) 4.08 [= 'Radio edit']
  2. The Androids Are Here (Mr Data version) 3.35 (CD-single: Energy Rekords, ERCD071)
Synthesizers by Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson), vocals by Android (Alexander Hofman), space f/x by new crewmember Asteroid. Astrogirl & The Androids Are Here recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö, produced by Mr Kerally. Mr Spock's Brain recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö, produced by Mr Kerally.

28 Feb 1995 CD ALIEN WORLDS

  1. Mirror World 4.02
  2. Astrogirl 4.08
  3. All E.T:s Aren't Nice 4.33
  4. Take Me to the Stars 4.46
  5. Trouble with Tribbles 3.55
  6. Abducted 5.24
  7. PS9 3.12
  8. Lost in Space 4.09
  9. Cosmic Boy 3.31
  10. Space Is the Place 5.18
  11. [silence] 0.50
  12. [silence] 0.04
  13. [silence] 0.05
  14. [untitled vocal track 'space is the place for me to be'] 0.09 (Energy Rekords, ERCD072)
Space effects by Hemoroid (Johan Billing), song and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), music and choir by Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson). Recorded at MRC Studios. Engineered by Fredrik, Ola, Björn. Produced by Mr. Kerally, courtesy of Schmelnek Records USA.

20 April 1995 CDM All E.T:s Aren't Nice

  1. All E.T:s Aren't Nice (ARM mix by Barkland/Grönroos) 5.36
  2. Search the Sky 4.11
  3. All E.T:s Aren't Nice 4.30
  4. Cybernoise 3.17 (Energy Rekords, ERCD073)


28 June 1995 various artists CD TO CUT A LONG STORY SHORT - A Tribute to the Pioneers of Electronic Pop

A cover of the classic Duran Duran track.


10 Nov 1995 coll-2CD A PIECE OF THE ACTION - THE SINGLES & SOME MORE

  1. Silicon Dream 3.59
  2. Home Planet 4.58
  3. Never Trust a Klingon (Satellite version) 4.14
  4. I Am an Android 3.44 ['Dirty version']
  5. In Space No One Can Hear You Scream 4.04 ['The Unreleased Video version']
  6. Strange Dimensions (Warp Speed edit) 5.30 [edited from the longer 6.23 version]
  7. Beam Me Up 5.27 ['Transporter version']
  8. Never Trust a Klingon (A version) 4.22
  9. Astrogirl 4.08 [album version]
  10. All E.T:s Aren't Nice 4.30 [album version]
  11. Search the Sky 4.11
  1. Astrogirl (Redmix) 3.14 [previously unreleased remix by Oban of Rednex]
  2. All E.T:s Aren't Nice (ARM mix by Barkland/Grönroos) 5.36
  3. Neutral Zone (Jupiter version) 4.57
  4. Mr Spock's Brain (MTV Unplugged) 4.26
  5. The Stormtrooper 5.46 [a completely new and previously unreleased track]
  6. Astrogirl (Paradise mix) 4.43 [remix by Snaporaz]
  7. Last Man on Earth (SMPJ version) 4.05
  8. Never Trust a Klingon (Captain's Log) 6.13
  9. All E.T:s Aren't Nice (The Open Hatch) 4.19 [previously unreleased remix by Barkland/Grönroos]
  10. White Christmas 3.52 (Energy Rekords, ERCD 070)
Rare tracks NOT included: Ice Machine, Never Trust a Klingon (Gravity version), Strange Dimensions (Energy version), Astrogirl (Technicolor mix), Astrogirl (Astro Ass mix), Astrogirl (Food Bag Dubb mix), The Androids Are Here (Mr Data version), Cybernoise, Planet Earth.


27 Jan 1997 CDM Alien Attack

  1. Alien Attack 3.26
  2. All Alone 3.26
  3. Space Seed (live) 3.40 (SubSpace Communications, CDSSC1)
Track #1 & 2 recorded at Berno Studios, Malmö, produced by S.P.O.C.K & Berno Paulsson, mixed by Berno Paulsson & S.P.O.C.K. Track #3 recorded live 8 Feb 1996 at Mejeriet, Lund, Sweden, produced by P3 / Nenne Zetterberg.

24 Feb 1997 CD ASSIGNMENT: EARTH

  1. Not Human 4.15
  2. Alien Attack 3.26
  3. Out in Space 3.31
  4. Astrogirl's Dilemma 3.10
  5. E.T. Phone Home 4.18
  6. Spooky 3.05
  7. Force of Life 4.47
  8. Meanwhile... 0.49
  9. Space Seed 3.48
  10. All the Children Shall Lead 4.36 (SubSpace Communications, CDNCC1701)

    North American Edition with bonus tracks:

  11. Not Human (Remnant Fluxivity mix) 6.14 [remix by Günther Flux]
  12. Not Human (Steadyrockeasy mix) 2.46 [remix by Lee Barry]
  13. Romulan Ale 4.08
  14. All Alone 3.26
  15. Space Seed (live) 3.40 (North American Edition 21 April 1998: CDNCC1701)
Space effects by Plasteroid (Johan Billing), song and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), music and choir by Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson). Recorded at Berno Studios, Malmö, produced by S.P.O.C.K and Berno Paulsson, mixed by Berno Paulsson and Android.

S.P.O.C.K. fb 27 Nov 2013: "The year is coming to an end and thus our 25 Year Mission too. We'd like to wrap it all up with some great news! Our SubSpace music catalog has been digitally available for many years. But it's been chaotic – bad cuts, poor graphics, stran...ge metadata, missing titles, inconsistent pricing, et cetera. So, the final assignment of 2013 will be to regain control of it all! First out is the correction of our smash hit album "Assignment: Earth" and its two associated singles "Alien Attack" and "E.T. Phone Home". They have been available previously, all on one release, the American edition of the album, with a special cover. But now they are re-released as they originally were. And while at it, they've all been remastered! Finally all those amazing tracks, including "Meanwhile..." and "Romulan Ale", sound awesome and guarantee a great party :D Not only are the original coherent covers back on track but also in super-duper high resolution (where applicable)! All tracks have been cut for optimal digital experience, names and versions are correctly displayed, prices are mild and overall logical. The "Assignment: Earth" package is out now and should be available at your favorite legal digital provider. If not, it soon will be – it's spreading, as it should, as the title suggests! Below are a few links; we're aware that those don't cover all of our worldwide fans – these are merely examples, as we can't list each and every outlet. But rest asure: AE, AA and ET should be found almost anywhere you want it! We're really happy doing this and hope you'll enjoy it too! Stay cool, more to follow shortly :)"

7 April 1997 CDM E.T. Phone Home

  1. E.T. Phone Home (Radio c-c-cut) 3.37
  2. Not Human (Remnant Fluxivity mix) 6.14 [remix by Günther Flux]
  3. Not Human (Steadyrockeasy mix) 2.46 [remix by Lee Barry]
  4. Romulan Ale 4.08 (SubSpace Communications, CDSSC2)
Track #1 & 4 recorded at Berno Studios, Malmö, produced by S.P.O.C.K & Berno Paulsson, mixed by Berno Paulsson & S.P.O.C.K. Track #2 & 3 recorded at Kazoo!, produced and engineered by Marco Manieri.


Aug 1997 limited mini-CD Official Fan Club

  1. Cpt. Kirk to Bridge 3.35 ["the very first live intro. used during the first voyages."]
  2. Phaser One 4.19 ["a cute little instrumental song. sparsely performed."]
  3. Rymdpop Åker U-båt 2.46 ["nobody, except android, knew about this when first performed. a chock."]
  4. Guardians of the Galaxy 4.24 ["the reason why we don't put all our songs on the real cd:s..."]
  5. Interlude 0.32 [eddie b and plasteroid in a jam session during earth orbit tour."]
  6. All the Children Shall Lead (live) 4.38 ["bonus live track from the recordings of the earth orbit live cd."] (CDOFC1)
Sold exclusively to fan club members, including unreleased material.
"welcome to the official fan club cd! this is brought to you exclusively as a member. we've put together a small compilation of unreleased stuff. some is old and some should have stayed unreleased but we dug deep to give you something very, very special. please be indulgent towards the quality but it is rare. thank you very much for your support."


29 Sep 1997 live CD EARTH ORBIT: LIVE

  1. Intro 2.32
  2. Not Human 3.55
  3. All E.T:s Aren't Nice 4.40
  4. Mr Spock's Brain 4.14
  5. Mirror World 3.58
  6. Take Me to the Stars 4.15
  7. E.T. Phone Home 3.34
  8. Alien Attack 3.16
  9. Trouble with Tribbles 3.33
  10. Spooky 2.57
  11. Neutral Zone 4.06
  12. Space Seed 3.39
  13. Astrogirl 3.49
  14. E-lectric 4.10
  15. Space Race 3.10
  16. Never Trust a Klingon 4.35
  17. Zugabe 1.32 (SubSpace Communications, CDNCC1702)
Recorded live in March 1997 at Mejeriet/Lund & Kåren/Göteborg.

S.P.O.C.K. fb 30 Dec 2013: "Here's the sixth control station on our current mission: "Earth Orbit: Live"! This one was recorded, and originally released, during one of our busiest years ever, 1997 (followed by some more really hectic years), at what some consider the height of our career. We do of course disagree – every day is our best day ever. However, we all agree that we're one heck of a live act – all thanks to you people out there! So, we're really happy to have made this one and do feel that it truly captures the great atmosphere we share with you over and over again. Not only is the album out of print since long and never released digitally previously – it's currently also the only digital release upon which you can enjoy really old classics, such as "E-lectric", "Astrogirl" – and, of course, "Never Trust a Klingon"! Available now at your friendly digital legal provider and/or at [http://open.spotify.com/album/7dbmtaIZsDZpsSPfVSf6fJ], including an awesome hires cover, in line with the other releases the very same year, and optimized cutting."


23 Feb 1998 CDM Cat Rapes Dog: Motorman

    3. Motorman (vs S.P.O.C.K) 3.58 [remix by S.P.O.C.K] (CD-maxi: SubSpace Communications CDSSC 03)


27 April 1998 non-LP CDM Speed of Light

  1. Speed of Light 4.07
  2. Human Decision Required 3.21
  3. Force of Life (Rally mix) 6.53 [remix by O-Head]
  4. Force of Life (FC Shot mix) 8.08 [remix by Qling]
  5. E.T. Phone Home (video) (SubSpace Communications, CDSSC6)
Song and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), space effects by Plasteroid (Johan Billing), and Crull-E (Christer Hermodsson) who replaced Captain Eddie B Kirk (Eddie Bengtsson) as songwriter and producer. Track #1 & 2 recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö.

(4 Nov 1998) German various artists CD A REFLEXION OF SYNTHPOP VOLUME 1


Aug? 1998 various artists promo CD THE SUBSPACE ENCOUNTER

Promoting the music festival "The Subspace Encounter" 5 Sep 1998 in Lund, Sweden. By now 'space effects' man Plasteroid (Finn Malmgren) had quit. Songwriter and singer Yo-Haan was brought in instead.

26 Oct 1998 CDM Dr McCoy

  1. Dr McCoy (Classic) 3.33 [English vocals]
  2. Astrogirl Strikes Back 4.22
  3. Dr McCoy (Synchronisiert) 3.33 [German vocals]
  4. Dr McCoy (Original) 3.33 [Swedish vocals] (SubSpace Communications, CDSSC7)
Recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö, produced, engineered etc. by S.P.O.C.K.

1 March 1999 CD 1999

  1. Spacewalk 3.56
  2. Dr McCoy 4.03
  3. Out There 3.44
  4. Dark Side of the Force 6.16
  5. Android's Dilemma 4.27
  6. They Are Here 4.22
  7. Wolf in the Fold 4.05
  8. Agent 5 (3.40)
  9. Star Pilot on Channel K 4.47
  10. Dream within a Dream 7.52 (SubSpace Communications, CDNCC1703)
Song and lyrics by Android (Alexander Hofman), electronics by Crull-E (Christer Hermodsson), music and song by Yo-Haan (Johan Malmgren). Recorded at MRC Studios. Produced, engineered etc. by S.P.O.C.K.

S.P.O.C.K. fb 9 Dec 2013: "On our current Digital Cleanup Mission we've reached the third outpost: "S.P.O.C.K: 1999" and its hit single "Dr McCoy"! No need for remastering, sound was fabulous from day 1, and both have been out there, in the digital world, since long.... What we've done is, as you've learned, to provide them with mega high resolution covers (where applicable), adjusted the prices (in your favor) and cut them into optimized pieces. Especially the album was in great need of such a treatment – the original CD was sort of mixed together, and the digitizing process back then was out of our hands and thus terribly executed. We've regained control and now all tracks are carefully split up, allowing separate pleasures in a suitable fashion. Enjoy "Dr McCoy" in German (not even the Germans understood it), live favorite "Out There", an Android orgasm and much much more! Available now (or soon) at your legal digital provider of choice, perhaps it's one of any listed below. And you know what? This isn't it – there's still more to come! :D"


3 July 2000 German remix CDM Klingon 2000

  1. Klingon 2000 (Radio mix) 3.48 [remix by Biomekkanik]
  2. Klingon 2000 (Danny B's Worf Club mix) 3.49 [remix by Mox Epoche]
  3. Klingon 2000 (Art of Motion mix) 4.48 [remix by Werner Seega]
  4. Klingon 2000 (Danny B's Phaser House cut) 3.54 [remix by Mox Epoche]
  5. Klingon 2000 (Warp 2 mix) 3.21 [remix by Werner Seega]
  6. Klingon 2000 (Mox Epoques Federation mix) 3.28 [remix by Mox Epoche]
  7. Star Pilot on Channel K (Biomekkanik remix) 4.11 [remix by Christer Hermodsson] (Bloodline, CDSSC18)
S.P.O.C.K. fb 16 Dec 2013: " "Never Trust a Klingon" is without a doubt our greatest hit. Some think it's our only one too. Some don't even know we're the ones behind it! Some think we're covering it when playing it live!! In 2000 our German label partners came up with the brilliant idea of making an updated re-recording of it, hoping to spread the very important message to more beings unaware of our existence. It proved to be a... hm... moderate success, at best. Well, well, we tried. The "Klingon 2000" has never been available digital – until now, when we've come to the fourth pit stop on our Digital Cleanup Mission. You know the drill by now: totally high resolution cover (where applicable), reasonable pricing, optimized for its purpose and available at your friendly legal distributor (some examples listed below). Of all the mixes we're extra happy about the "Art of Motion" one – enjoy, and stay tuned for further escapades"


1 Dec 2000 CDM Where Rockets Fly

  1. Where Rockets Fly (Radio version) 4.00 [remix by Biomekkanik]
  2. Where Rockets Fly (Electromix) 5.07 [remix by Olaf Wollschläger]
  3. When We Were Humans 4.20
  4. Utopia 5.04
  5. Where Rockets Fly (Original) 3.50
  6. Where Rockets Fly (NCC1701 mix) 7.35 [remix by Melora] (CDSSC15)
Recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö. Produced, engineered, whatever, by S.P.O.C.K.

late 2000 German demo CD - demo -

  1. Reactivated [demo version] 4.59
  2. Where Rockets Fly [demo version] 3.49
  3. Alien Hand Healing [demo version] 4.02
  4. Back on Mars [demo version] 5.08
  5. Mr. Jones [demo version] 4.24
  6. Babylon 5 [demo version] 4.13
  7. Queen of Space [demo version] 3.28
  8. Astrogirl's Secret [demo version] 4.19
I don't have this, but would like to hear the versions!

5 Feb 2001 CD 2001: A S.P.O.C.K ODYSSEY

  1. The Awakening 0.47
  2. Reactivated 5.48
  3. Where Rockets Fly 4.07
  4. Queen of Space 3.30
  5. Back on Mars 5.27
  6. Mr. Jones 4.22
  7. Next in Line 4.40
  8. Alien Hand Healing 4.09
  9. Satellites 4.52
  10. Astrogirl's Secret 4.12
  11. Every Single Day 3.17
  12. End of the Universe 4.49 (SubSpace Communications, CDNCC1704)
Main vocals by Android (Alexander Hofman), keyboards and backing vocals by Crull-E (Christer Hermodsson) and Yo-Haan (Johan Malmgren). Recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö, Sweden Jan-Oct 2000. Written, performed, produced, engineered, whatever by S.P.O.C.K.

S.P.O.C.K. fb 3 Dec 2013: "Leg 2 of our Digital Cleanup Mission is complete – we're happy to re-present our masterpiece "2001: A S.P.O.C.K Odyssey" and its singles "Where Rockets Fly", "Queen of Space" and "Satellites"! In a way there's nothing new about it, they've... all been digitally available for ages. But they were badly transformed into that kind of existence. So, the new sensation is that we've optimized all tracks for the digital world (they weren't correctly split), replaced the bad cover scans with ultra-high resolution originals (where applicable) and adjusted the prices logically. Finally, the amplified "Queen of Space" and all other tracks exactly as they were meant to be! The four releases are probably available right now, or will be soon, at your preferred legal digital outlet. Provided are a few links – do feel free to go wherever human has gone before. Enjoy our best productions ever – and stay tuned for more in a not so distant future :)"

12 March 2001 CDM/CDS Queen Of Space

  1. Queen of Space (Single version) 3.32
  2. I Don't Know What It Is 3.45
  3. Babylon 5 (4.13)
  4. Queen of Space (Stop Dave, I'm going crazy 2001) 6.06 [remix by Eskil Simonsson of Covenant]
  5. Queen of Space (Amplified) 3.44 [remix by Biomekkanik]
  6. I Don't Know What It Is (In Denver no one cares) 3.58 (CDSSC19)
  1. Queen of Space (Single version) 3.32
  2. I Don't Know What It Is 3.45 (SCDSSC19)
Recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö. Produced, engineered, whatever, by S.P.O.C.K.

26 March 2001 German CDM Satellites

  1. Satellites (Single version) 3.50
  2. Satellites (Sputnik mix) 5.42 [remix by Olaf Wollschläger]
  3. Queen of Space (Stop Dave, I'm going crazy 2001) 6.06 [remix by Eskil Simonsson of Covenant]
  4. Babylon 5 (4.13)
  5. Techno Sapien 5.06 (CDSSC20)
Recorded at MRC Studios, Malmö. Produced, engineered, whatever, by S.P.O.C.K.


12 July 2002 German CDM XPQ-21: White and Alive

    3. White and Alive (S.P.O.C.K Remix) 6.54 [remix by S.P.O.C.K] (CD-maxi: Dying Culture CULT004-5)


4 June 2012 coll-CD ANOTHER PIECE OF THE ACTION - THE BEST OF THE SUBSPACE YEARS [1997-2001]

  1. The Awakening 0.47 [from 2001: A S.P.O.C.K ODYSSEY, 2001]
  2. Reactivated 5.48 [from 2001: A S.P.O.C.K ODYSSEY, 2001]
  3. E.T. Phone Home (Radio c-c-cut) 3.37 [1997]
  4. Dr. McCoy (Classic) 3.33 [1998]
  5. Where Rockets Fly (Original) 3.50 [2000]
  6. Alien Attack 3.26 [from ASSIGNMENT: EARTH, 1997]
  7. Queen of Space (Single version) 3.32 [2001]
  8. Wolf in the Fold 4.05 [from 1999, 1999]
  9. Satellites (Single version) 3.50 [2001]
  10. Not Human 4.15 [from ASSIGNMENT: EARTH, 1997]
  11. Spacewalk 3.56 [from 1999, 1999]
  12. Astrogirl's Secret 4.12 [from 2001: A S.P.O.C.K ODYSSEY, 2001]
  13. Speed of Light 4.07 [single 1998]
  14. Out There 3.44 [from 1999, 1999]
  15. All the Children Shall Lead 4.36 [from ASSIGNMENT: EARTH, 1997]
  16. Mr. Jones 4.22 [from 2001: A S.P.O.C.K ODYSSEY, 2001]
  17. Star Pilot on Channel K 4.47 [from 1999, 1999]
  18. Klingon 2000 (Radio mix) 3.48 [remix by Biomekkanik] [2000]
  19. Dream within a Dream 7.52 [from 1999, 1999]
S.P.O.C.K. commented on their facebook 6 June 2012: "We've released a "new" album!! "New" in the sense that it's a new compilation, not as in "ten new tracks". Here's the story: we played at Kinetek, North America's biggest synthfestival, the other week. As our CDs have been quite hard to acquire in that part of the world, Canadian label Artoffact approached us and SubSpace Communications with the idea of a compilation. Sure, why not, a brilliant idea, so here it is: Another Piece of the Action! As the title suggests, it's sort of a follow-up to another collection we made a long time ago. Thus, this one includes tracks released on our own label SubSpace Communications since 1996; that's three albums and a bunch of singles. Most of these are in fact out of print and some aren't released digitally at all, so perhaps it's something for fans outside North America as well. We do emphasize that this one is aimed at that territory; we don't wanna release a compilation just to earn a few extra bucks by ripping people off with crap (though you of course are entitled to view it as crap :) The package has been remastered and especially the "Assignment: Earth" tracks have gained by that process. There's a CD available, a limited edition digipak, with an embossed cover for 3D space roving adventures. There's a super limited double clear vinyl, with totally different artwork, in the making; it's been delayed but we'll keep you up to speed. And, of course, the album is available as download as well. Choosing the tracks wasn't an easy task; there are as many opinions as there are aliens. After loads of kill your darlings, we decided to present it as if it were a live show, focusing on the action we're so good at, while still keeping a balance between the different releases. We ended up with 18 tracks and almost 80 minutes of music – that's what you can fit in on a CD. Maximum efficiency :) As stated, it's meant for North America, but we did actually bring a few CDs back to planet Sweden, making them available for Scandinavia as well. As for other parts of the world, there's no prober distribution set up, but it seems as if it's possible to obtain it through assorted import record shops, though it's of course possible to order it from any place around the world nowadays. And, of course, through any digital download shop. It's impossible for us to know all the places to buy at, that you know better than us, but we do know a few: - http://?www.stormingthebase.com/?s-p-o-c-k-the-best-of-the-subsp?ace-years-cd (where you'll also find some cool packages, including a new t-shirt) - http://cdon.se/musik/?s.p.o.c.k/?another_piece_of_the_action-191?88857 - http://itunes.apple.com/album/?another-piece-action-best/?id526273130 - http://www.klicktrack.com/ssc/?releases/s.p.o.c.k/?another-piece-of-the-action So, there you have it: Another Piece of the Action – enjoy!"


Copyright (c) 2004-05-01 Jonas Wårstad.

Last update 2012-05-06.

Partly based on the official discography.


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