Spacer ‎– The Beamer

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Palm Pictures ‎– PALMCD 2066-2
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Smile 5:39
2 Cursory Rub 3:58
3 Move 5:03
4 The Beamer 5:45
5 Houston 5:59
6 Doomsday 4:33
7 Dark Fader 5:26
8 2000 5:10
9 Matamanoa 4:58
10 Is It Real? 4:02
Video "Beamer"
Film Director [Video] – Run Wrake
3:38

Notes

℗ & © 2001 Pussyfoot Records, Ltd. Printed and manufactured in the USA. Marketed under exclusive license by Rykopalm.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 60200 20662 8

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PUSSY CD LP 018 Spacer The Beamer(CD, Album) Pussyfoot Records Ltd PUSSY CD LP 018 UK 2001 Sell This Version
7243 8 50490 2 6 Spacer The Beamer(CD, Album) Delabel 7243 8 50490 2 6 France 2001 Sell This Version
7243 8 5049026 Spacer The Beamer(CD, Album, Unofficial) Virgin (2), Pussyfoot Records (2) 7243 8 5049026 Russia 2001 Sell This Version
P2A 2066 Spacer The Beamer(CD, Album, Promo) Palm Pictures P2A 2066 US 2001 Sell This Version
PUSSY LP 018 Spacer The Beamer(2xLP, Album) Pussyfoot Records Ltd PUSSY LP 018 UK, Europe & Japan 2001 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 24, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

THE BEAMER, sadly, is Spacer's final album. Sad because this third album continues the future jazz of his previous albums, with the tracks slightly shorter, but more focused. Needless to say, the quality hasn't changed. The deep bassline and romance of "Smile," segues into the upbeat, jittery funk of "Cursory Rub." The title track has a paranoid, anxious feel as it races forward, while "Houston" starts the mood with a gypsy fiddle that gives way to dark, symphonic stabs. "Doomsday" brings in a 4/4 kick drum, while "Dark Fader" punches up the breaks. The bass on "Matamanoa" keeps the groove throughout, and "Is It Real?" ends the album with delicate piano chords and vocoders, firmly secured by a thick dub bass. Let hope that one day, Mr. Gordon returns to producing his own work.