Solid Space (2) ‎– Space Museum

Dark Entries ‎– DE-190
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Everything was recorded on one inch 8-track at Starforce Studios, Clapham + The Shed, Ilford

Originally released on cassette by In Phaze Records, 1982.
Remastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley 2017.

Tracks B6 and B7 did not appear on the original release:
Track B6 is unreleased.
Track B7 was originally released under the band name Exhibit A (3) on the b-side of the single Distance (1980). It features Dan and Matthew only and is to be considered the first "Solid Space" track ever.

The release contains a double-sided insert and a postcard replica.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text on sticker): 7 44271 37305 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - etched): DE-190 A 28583.1 (2)..
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - etched): DE-190 B 28583.2 (2)..

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IP 011 Solid Space (2) Space Museum(Cass, Album) In Phaze Records IP 011 UK 1982 Sell This Version
none Solid Space (2) Space Museum(Cass, RE, Unofficial) In Phaze Records (2) none Unknown Sell This Version
none Solid Space (2) Space Museum(13xFile, ALAC, Album, RE, RM) Dark Entries none US 2017
.space23. Solid Space (2) Space Museum(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, TP, Bla) .weltraumkollektiv23. .space23. Europe 2017 Sell This Version
none Solid Space (2) Space Museum(LP, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (Solid Space (2)) none US 2016 Sell This Version


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August 29, 2018

Was rather surprised to spot this new at a local store, didn't know they ever repressed it. Great quality, too - sounds pretty much perfect, comes with a neat insert, top notch stuff.


July 20, 2018
edited 10 months ago
Would be nice to hear this on a CD rather than bloated priced vinyl or noise laden cassette..Perhaps one day otherwise I will not buy records or cassettes as much as Ill go back to riding a horse to work but I do have a mint Sony walkman Ill sell you for $500!


March 13, 2018
Did notice the cut fade - stupid, eh? That happened on last tk. Side 1 on SPV CD of Popol Vuh's 'Cobra Verde' too......Didn't notice New Statue, will try again......


February 6, 2018
Has anyone noticed that some tracks are shorter than the original cassette version?

Not sure if it's just my copy, but it seemed like they cut out the fade out in Please Don't Fade Away and ended New Statue a bit early on my copy.

Amazing reissue regardless!


January 23, 2018
It would be fun to see this released by Dark Entries on cassette as well, can’t complain since vinyl is the way to go, but still, seeing this as a cassette reissue would be awesome


December 29, 2017

Best album of 2017, even though it was a reissue. Tunes are amazing. Wonder if Ian Brown from the Roses heard track A3, Destination Moon. If you ever reform I will be there.


December 24, 2017

This is by far THE best Solid Space release hands down. The sound is amazing and love the fact that there is a insert lyric sheet with never before seen photos, original advert on cardstock, and unreleased tracks as well. Also it’s not ridiculously priced, if you order directly from the label. Have been waiting for this since forever. Glad Dark Entries was finally able to put this out.


December 21, 2017
absolutely stunned at how good this sounds. Came as a surprise considering the jacket is rather flimsy and cheap. highly recommend and so happy to have this in my collection


December 16, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Just a fantastic re-issue from Dark Entries. George Horn's remastering sounds absolutely stellar. He really is a master craftsman. This is not some crappy cassette rip with some limiting. This is a thoughtful, careful remaster from the master tapes, better sounding than the original cassette. I really appreciate Dark Entries bringing this extremely obscure gem back into the world. Highly recommended!


December 15, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I want to point out what a complete and total punishing clown a certain someone flooding this release with comments is. Not only are the Marine Girls credited on the insert, but so is the individual who did the layout. The guy had no clue what he was talking about, but it didn't stop him from making no less than 4 comments with false allegations and baselessly attacking a woman.