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Studio Album, released in 2011

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1. Vibravoid: No Silver Bird
2. Vert:x: I Come From Another Planet, Baby
3. Helicon: Hallogallo
4. Cranium Pie's Research Baking Station: Blacksand
5. The Luck of Eden Hall: Lucifer Sam
6. Frobisher Neck: Isi
7. The Grand Astoria: Oh Yeah
8. Diarmuid MacDiarmada: Telstar
9. Alpha Omega: Transdimensional Paradox
10. Sendelica with Nik Turner: Urban Guerilla

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Fruits de Mer Records, Limited Edition Vinyl LP with bonus 7''

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4 stars Enthusiast label Fruits de Mer Records has specialized in issuing limited edition vinyl releases, mostly 7-inch singles, featuring cover versions of more or less well-known psychedelic music. "Roqueting through Space" was issued in early spring of 2011, an album-length collection of songs issued on 12-inch vinyl with a bonus 7-inch single as part of the package.

"Roqueting Through Space" is a good quality collection of cover tunes, most of which are given alternative arrangements and otherwise transformed to a lesser or greater extent from the originals. And if you generally like space rock and krautrock, and in particular if most of the songs covered here are material you know and like, you will probably enjoy this package. If you can get hold of it, that is. As with most productions that come courtesy of Fruits de Mer Records, this item was sold out a week or so after it was officially released.

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