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In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida b/w The Smelly Fishy Theme And Variations (7", Single).
Other albums by The Space Negros. Integrate with Select Cosmic. The Space Negros 7/18/2006. This excellently titled album, released in 1987 but recorded between 1981 and 1985, predates the whole tongue-in-cheek "incredibly strange music" underground of the late '90s by well over a decade. These instrumental versions of songs like Tomorrow's "My White Bicycle" and the 13th Floor Elevators' "Slip Inside This House" are deadpan recreations of the sort of faux-ethnic instrumental music that was so popular in the days of hi-fis and martinis.
The Space Negros's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. The Space Negros on Myspace. 1. Top Tracks, View All. Flames in Trains. Dig Archaeology, Vol. 2: 1975-1986.
The Space Negroes (also spelled Space Negros, the definite article is optional) started out in the late 1970s in Boston as a 4-piece avantgarde band. It consisted of two future members of Mission of Burma, alongside Erik Lindgren, a future member of Birdsongs of the Mesozoic and founder of the labels Arf! Arf! and Sounds Interesting. The 7-inch "Maximum Contrast From Moment To Moment" (1979) features the original line up and contains six offbeat offerings of experimental synth'n'tape tricks.
Billy Gibbons, Steve Ames. Originally by The Moving Sidewalks. A Question of Temperature. Mike Appel, Don Henny, Ed Schnug. Originally by The Balloon Farm.