Perrey - Kingsley* ‎– The In Sound From Way Out!

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Vanguard ‎– VSD-79222
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A1 Unidentified Flying Object 1:55
A2 The Little Man From Mars 2:25
A3 Cosmic Ballad 3:24
A4 Swan's Splashdown 2:15
A5 Countdown At 6 2:49
A6 Barnyard In Orbit
Written-By – Breuer*, Perrey*, Fiedel*
2:24
B1 Spooks In Space 2:00
B2 Girl From Venus 2:21
B3 Electronic Can-Can 2:00
B4 Jungle Blues From Jupiter 2:55
B5 Computer In Love 2:03
B6 Visa To The Stars
Written-By – Badale*, Perrey*
2:13

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The very first 1966 release has "Stereolab" written on both vinyl labels. Also note the large diameter pressing rings.

Track A6 Fiedel Music, ASCAP
Track B6 Pavanne Music, ASCAP
All Other Tracks: Fennario Music, ASCAP

Copyright 1966 Vanguard Recording Society, Inc., N.Y.
Recorded in USA
Printed in USA

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): VSD-79222-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout, Etched [the "n" has a tail]): VSD 79222 A n
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): VSD-79222-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout, Etched [the "n" has a tail]): VSD 79222B n
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Xopher.tm

Xopher.tm

July 23, 2008

For Your Information:

The Beastie Boys did apparently ask for permission to use the both the title and sleeve design concept for their instrumental album. Smash Mouth however did not get permission to cop (borrow and/or steal) the main riff from "Swan's Splashdown" for their song "Walking On The Sun".

See Wikipedia's The_in_Sound_from_Way_Out!_(Perrey_and_Kingsley_album) and the corresponding entries on the Beastie Boys and Smash Mouth for more information.

This album, by the way, should be considered mandatory listening for anyone interested in electronica, early electronic (Moog) music, 60's futurist musics, children's tunes, or general weirdness.
mixmastermorris

mixmastermorris

January 28, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

A true classic from the golden days of Moog and before.
The Beastie Boys ripped off the sleeve, everyone else ripped off the sounds of mad scientist JJ Perrey. Highly recommended for under 8's, or people on Nitrous Oxide. Definitely the best sleevenotes on a record....ever