Radio Massacre International ‎– Lost In Space

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Northern Echo Recordings ‎– NE 011
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Tracklist

Lost In Space 1 (1987-1992)
1-1 Roxette 4:28
1-2 Turkey Hunt 5:48
1-3 Wading Through Shit 5:32
1-4 Zabs Is Ten 4:53
1-5 Uno What Time It Is 5:34
1-6 80-bobness 8:47
1-7 Been There 9:54
1-8 Fever #23 5:54
1-9 200 Mushrooms 24:52
Lost In Space 2 (1993)
2-1 Float 11:44
2-2 Wherever You Go There's Always Food 2:04
2-3 Greekscene 11:53
2-4 Atlantis 21:22
2-5 Fini 28:50
Lost In Space 3 (1994)
3-1 ...& Hout 0:32
3-2 Anemone 10:46
3-3 Frozen North II 24:23
3-4 Retina Flood 42:15
Lost In Space 4 (1994-1995)
4-1 Meta 30:00
4-2 Never 2:31
4-3 Quarry 24:15
4-4 Abbey 21:14
Lost In Space 5 (1995-1999)
5-1 Lifecycle Of A Frog 2:56
5-2 Radio Music Intermission 1:32
5-3 Dragged Down By The Stone 20:03
5-4 Titanic 22:24
5-5 Tarn 4:40
5-6 Measure Acre 10:06
5-7 Jordan 12:59
Lost In Space 6 (2002-2003)
6-1 Wintergreen 27:32
6-2 Reactor At The Edge Of The World 4:48
6-3 Electronic Wasteland 22:21
6-4 Tattoo 8:22
6-5 Interlude 2:36
6-6 Damo 8:18

Credits

Notes

This set of six discs is a collection, arranged more-or-less chronicologically, of things that we've never released in any form before.
P&C northern echo recordings 1987-2003

It is ONLY available from the band

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giullare

giullare

August 28, 2015

Rare and excellent
PhilPDX

PhilPDX

June 23, 2010

An absolutely essential set for the serious RMI fan. I disagree with the review saying there is lots of filler, there are very few tracks here that I consider throwaway - yes, there are some, that's almost a given on a set this size. But most of it is of excellent quality musically. Disc 1 in particular is a great look at their earlier, more structured works.
tauceti

tauceti

January 10, 2010

An overly expensive box set that contains too much filler. Would have made a much better 2-disc set of essential tracks. Some excellent stuff here, but there's not enough of it to justify this release.