Life in the So-Called Space Age ()


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If it wasn't clear enough before, God Lives Underwater fully nailed their colors to the Depeche Mode fan mast in 1998 with not one but two nods to that band's astonishing Black Celebration album. Besides covering "Fly on the Windscreen" for the Music for the Masses tribute album, the group named its full new album after the slogan found in Black Celebration's artwork. Unsurprisingly the record itself had that connection in the music as well -- "Rearrange," the first full track after a brief introduction, has a synth line ...

Life in the So-Called Space Age 1998, A & M/1500

UPC: 731454087124