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Tin Planet

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Download links and information about Tin Planet by Space. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 49:33 minutes.

Artist: Space
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 49:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Begin Again 3:11
2. Avenging Angels 3:00
3. The Ballad of Tom Jones 4:11
4. 1 O'Clock 4:05
5. Be There 2:49
6. The Man 3:53
7. A Lddle Biddy Help from Elvis 3:28
8. The Unluckiest Man In the World 3:25
9. Piggies 3:15
10. Bad Day's 3:25
11. There's No You 3:46
12. Disco Dolly 3:52
13. Fran In Japan 7:13

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Before the release of Tin Planet, lead vocalist Tommy Scott made reference to the album as being one of the finest pop records ever made. Preceded by the powerful single "Avenging Angels," the expectations were set high. What actually was delivered, however, is more of the same with a slight twist. Tin Planet is not very different from Spiders, apart from the fact that some of the more Bacharachian influences seem to have succumbed to disco. The album includes several standout tracks, including the duet in "The Ballad of Tom Jones" with Cerys Matthews of Catatonia. Also, there's the conventional pop of "1 O'Clock" and several traditionally Space-y tracks like "Begin Again," the paranoid "Be There," and "Bad Days." It's an album that fans will adore (especially after repeated listens), but is unlikely to impress any new listeners.