Ramases ‎– Space Hymns

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Vertigo ‎– 6360 046
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Tracklist

A1 Life Child 6:25
A2 Hello Mister 3:10
A3 And The Whole World 3:44
A4 Quasar One 6:40
A5 You're The Only One Joe 2:25
B1 Earth People 4:45
B2 Molecular Delusion 4:05
B3 Balloon 4:28
B4 Dying Swan Year 2000 0:42
B5 Jesus Come Back 5:03
B6 Journey To The Inside 6:21

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Credits

Notes

Album features complete band 10CC
Recorded at Strawberry Studios Manchester, England

The cover is a six-fold fold out which opens up to 96cm by 64cm poster by Roger Dean, another part of the package is a fold-out insert with four printed pages.

This is the Vertigo UFO label, see label photos. For the Vertigo 'Swirl' label version of this record see:

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side A runout stamped): 6360046 1Y//1 420 11 11 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side B runout stamped): 6360046 2Y//1 420 11 9 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side A runout stamped): 6360046 1Y//1▽420
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side B runout stamped): 6360046 2Y//1▽420

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6360 046 Ramases Space Hymns(LP, Album) Vertigo 6360 046 UK 1971 Sell This Version
9199 134 Ramases Space Hymns(LP, Album, RE) Vertigo 9199 134 Germany 1979 Sell This Version
6360 046 Ramases Space Hymns(LP, Album) Vertigo 6360 046 South Africa 1971 Sell This Version
TPT 261 Ramases Space Hymns(LP, Album, RE, Ltd) Tapestry Records TPT 261 Liechtenstein Unknown Sell This Version
RJ-7315 Ramases Space Hymns(LP, Album, RE) Vertigo RJ-7315 Japan 1977 Sell This Version

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marcelrecords

marcelrecords

August 27, 2007
edited over 7 years ago
Yes, this is 10CC as a backing band for a plumber and his wife, who infer that they are Egyptian gods reincarnated. While this assumption is not easily verified, the music can still be judged as music anyway. Hypnotic trance-rock as Quasar one is better than you would expect, a slice of cosmic probing immaculately executed. The sitar on the strangely titled Molecular delusions is fine too, as is the a capella sung Dying swan year 2000. A great advantage is the convincing voice of Ramases, which through its expressivity evades much of which otherwise would have been insufferable pretense.