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Spacemen 3 war eine englische Rockband aus Rugby, Warwickshire. Sie wurde von Pete Kember und Jason Pierce gegründet. Ihr Stil war dem Space Rock und Neo-Psychedelia, aber auch dem aufkommenden Shoegazing zuzuordnen. löste sie sich auf. Spacemen 3 war eine englische Rockband aus Rugby, Warwickshire. Sie wurde von Pete Kember und Jason Pierce gegründet. Ihr Stil war dem Space. Jason Pierce (auch J Spaceman, * November in Rugby, England) ist ein britischer Musiker. Er ist Sänger, Songwriter, Produzent und spielt Gitarre und​. Spaceman Definition: A spaceman is a male astronaut ; used mainly by children. | Bedeutung, Aussprache, Übersetzungen und Beispiele. Spacemen Definition: a person who travels in outer space, esp one trained to participate in a space flight | Bedeutung, Aussprache, Übersetzungen und.

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They gained a reputation as a 'drug band' due to the members' drug-taking habits and Kember's candid interviews and outspoken opinions on recreational drug use.

Both founding members have enjoyed considerable success with their respective subsequent projects: Spectrum and Spiritualized. The creative and song-writing force throughout Spacemen 3's history were Peter Kember and Jason Pierce.

Pierce was in a band called Indian Scalp, but he left them near the end of in order to collaborate with Kember. The two guitarists recruited drummer Tim Morris, who played with a couple of other bands and had a rehearsal space at his parental home which they used.

Shortly afterwards they were joined by an acquaintance, Pete Bain , on bass. Morris and Bain had previously played together in a band called Noise on Independent Street.

Pierce handled lead vocal duties. Now a 4-piece, the band originally adopted the name The Spacemen. Kember and Pierce recruited a replacement drummer, Nicholas "Natty" Brooker.

They continued without a bassist and Pierce would regularly return to Rugby for rehearsals. In early , they only performed at a few local, low key venues.

Still a trio, they changed their name to Spacemen 3. The "3" came about completely by mistake. We did a poster which was just for The Spacemen, which we were for a while.

But it was "The" Spacemen and I hated that, it sounded like a 50s rock 'n' roll group — that's all very well, but we didn't want to be imagined as…one of those surf bands.

It's really for the third eye. Despite having played fewer than ten gigs, Spacemen 3 decided to produce a demo tape.

In they made their first studio recordings at the home studio of Dave Sheriff in Rugby. They would illuminate the stage with some cheap, old optokinetic disco light-show equipment which they had acquired, providing a psychedelic backdrop.

We went out of our way to control our audience. We purposely, really wilfully made sure that we disenfranchised anyone who might've just stumbled upon us.

We wanted to make sure, absolutely, that all those people who were there were actually there because they were getting it.

By summer , Spacemen 3 were headlining at The Black Lion and becoming one of the biggest local bands. Around this time they started to co-host a weekly club night together with another local band, Gavin Wissen's 'The Cogs of Tyme'.

In November , Spacemen 3 played a gig at a leisure centre in Coventry to an audience of fewer than ten people. At Pierce's instigation, Pete Bain rejoined the band on bass in order to fill out their sound.

Despite being a 4-piece again, they would retain the name 'Spacemen 3'. In January , Spacemen 3 attended the Studio Morocco based at the home of Carlo Marocco at Piddington, outside Northampton , to record their new demo tape.

They spent three-and-a-half days at the track studio. Recording live as a group, with minimal overdubs , they managed to get demos for approximately seven songs.

Kember and Pierce handled the production. Spacemen 3 managed to obtain a record deal shortly after producing their new demos.

Spacemen 3 signed a three-year, two-album recording contract with Glass Records in early Spacemen 3 were sent to record their first album, Sound of Confusion , at the studios of Bob Lamb in the King's Heath area of Birmingham.

By this time, they had already started to write some 'softer' songs, but they decided that the album should consist entirely of 'heavier', older material.

Attempts at recording the title song "Walkin' with Jesus Sound of Confusion " were unsuccessful and abandoned.

It was originally intended that Pat Fish would produce the album, but due to his touring commitments with his band, The Jazz Butcher, it was instead produced by Bob Lamb.

Kember would later reveal, "He [Lamb] had no affinity with our type of music at all and was quite domineering". Both Kember and Pierce were unhappy with the production on the album, feeling it suffered from Lamb's unsympathetic production; they later said they much preferred their versions on the Northampton demo tape.

The seven-track Sound of Confusion album had a heavy psychedelic style with a strong Stooges influence. It was "a full on, fuzzed up drone of relentless guitar pounding" Ian Edmond, Record Collector , [9] with a "rough garage energy " and "minimal, bluntly entrancing riffs" Ned Raggett, AllMusic.

It doesn't quite attain the critical mass to transcend its basis in the most rudimentary garage punk of the Sixties Side Two is pretty much one long tribute to The Stooges Sound of Confusion probably felt like a revelation, to the few who heard it at the time.

Sound of Confusion was released in July The cover artwork included shots of the band illuminated by their light-show equipment. The album was not received well, making little impression at the time, although it went on to reach no.

During , Spacemen 3 made live performances every few weeks. These continued to occur at local venues, with the exception of gigs in Chesterfield, Birmingham and, in August, their first appearance in London.

The latter gig saw them receive their first reviews in both NME and Sounds. Spacemen 3 are practitioners in the fine art of repetition; instinctively drawing on the lessons of their forefathers and adding an atmosphere, a mood and a sonorous backbeat of their own To follow up their album, Spacemen 3 made their first single: "Walkin' with Jesus".

This was recorded at Carlo Marocco's studio outside Northampton. For the title track they re-mixed the version they had previously recorded for their demo tape.

For the B-side, they recorded "Feel So Good", a newer composition, and re-recorded a minute "Rollercoaster" a cover of the 13th Floor Elevators.

This single was the first Spacemen 3 record that Peter Kember and Jason Pierce produced; the duo handled all future production. The "Walkin' with Jesus" single was released in November It received decent reviews from NME and Sounds , and peaked at no.

It was in that guitarist Peter Kember started to use his long-term alias 'Sonic Boom'. He had earlier employed the aliases 'Mainliner' and 'Peter Gunn'.

Towards the end of the behaviour of Spacemen 3's drummer, Natty Brooker, became increasingly eccentric and bizarre.

His refusal to wear shoes, even when playing the bass drum, led to arguments and Brooker left the band.

Stewart 'Rosco' Roswell , a housemate of Pierce's and Brooker's, was recruited as the latter's replacement.

Although Roswell was originally only a temporary appointment and was not a recognised drummer at the outset, he remained in the band for over a year.

VHF had been recommended to the band by in-house sound engineer Graham Walker with whom they had worked previously when recording their first demo tape.

Spacemen 3 would spend over eight months at VHF Studios. Importantly, this allowed them generous time to experiment, and develop and refine their sound and material in a studio setting, assisted by Graham Walker.

This is Spacemen 3 in bloom, midsummer before the seeds were scattered, right at the point where we worked together well and in compliment to each other.

I still have strong memories of days where we would crash out listening to nothing but one song over and over Mattresses were installed into the studio's lounging space and our kaleidoscopic light show stayed on throughout the session We spent several months Whilst working on the album, "Transparent Radiation" — a cover of a song by the Red Crayola — was recorded, and released as a single in July The Perfect Prescription was completed in September and released the same month.

Kember described it as "kind of a concept album, it's about our better and worse experiences with drugs".

However, it represented Kember and Pierce's "collaborative zenith" Erik Morse , [42] and the album "is practically a best-of in all but name" Ned Raggett, AllMusic.

The Perfect Prescription "marked a serious artistic development, drawing deeper from gospel, ambient, and spiritual music, granting a serenity and depth to their spaced-out garage psychedelia" Stephen Erlewine, AllMusic.

Extra textures and complexity were evident, provided by overdubs and additional instrumentation , with the organ sound of the VHF Studio's Farfisa being a significant introduction.

The instrumental palette was also extended with acoustic guitar , violin from local musician Owen John , saxophone and trumpet from members of The Jazz Butcher being used on some songs.

Much of the album did not feature drums. This was the first album on which Kember contributed lead vocals. Spacemen 3 performed live on about twenty occasions during This included several gigs in the Netherlands and Belgium in March, and a few dates in London, Sheffield and Leeds later on in the year.

Comprising nearly thirty gigs, the tour saw tensions and discontent arise between band members. After they returned to England, drummer Stewart Roswell quit.

Relations between Peter Kember and Jason Pierce were beginning to suffer as a result of Pierce's romantic relationship with Kate Radley , whom he had been dating since Summer Kember resented the amount of time his song-writing partner was spending with her at his expense.

A UK tour in Spring used stand-in drummers to fulfil live dates. Roswell's departure was followed by that of Pete Bain at the end of May. A replacement bassist was immediately appointed: Will Carruthers , a friend of the band who had recently been playing in another Rugby group, 'The Cogs of Tyme'.

Spacemen 3 were keen to be freed from their recording contract with Glass Records who were in financial difficulty and owed them royalties.

Although they had produced the requisite two albums, there was still a year remaining on their contract. A deal was reached whereby, in return for providing a live album, their contractual obligations would be deemed to have been met and they would be allowed to leave.

Accordingly, Performance was released in July This seven-track live album was a recording of their gig at the Melkweg venue, Amsterdam, on 6 February Three previously unreleased songs were excluded.

Following their departure from Glass Records, Spacemen 3 were without a record deal. The only offer they received was from the prominent independent label Creation Records.

However, Creation owner Alan McGee — a keen fan of the band — was only able to offer a one-album deal and with no advance. This was not pursued.

It was at this juncture that Kember and Pierce chose to enter into a contractual relationship with Gerald Palmer, a Northamptonshire businessman and concert promoter who had already been functioning recently as Spacemen 3's de facto manager.

This tripartite business partnership had the following terms: Palmer would own the master tapes of all future recordings, the rights of which would be licensed to record labels for release; touring and recording costs etc.

Significantly, this contract was only with Kember and Pierce, meaning Spacemen 3 as a legal and financial entity would, in essence, constitute only the two of them together with Palmer.

In addition, Palmer became Spacemen 3's manager. Peter Kember had purchased an unusual electric guitar near the end of a Vox Starstream made in the late s.

This guitar incorporated several in-built effects, including fuzz and Repeat Percussion or Repeater.

One of his first compositions featuring this effect was the eponymous "Repeater" a. All three songs would feature on the next studio album, Playing With Fire.

Around Spring Kember was using his 4-track recorder to develop his ideas and several songs for the next album. These sessions were not particularly productive however and they left a week early.

ARK Studios only had 8-track facilities and some of Spacemen 3's recordings were accidentally wiped by the in-house sound engineer.

They still did not have a drummer at this point. It was after this gig that a confrontation occurred between Kember and Pierce and his girlfriend, Kate Radley.

Tired of Radley's persistent presence around the band of late — at recording sessions, touring and backstage at gigs — Kember enforced an agreed 'no girls on the bus' policy and barred Radley from boarding the tour van, leaving Pierce and Radley to find their own way home.

By now, song-writing duo Peter Kember and Jason Pierce were formulating new song ideas entirely separate from one another. Both their personal and working relationships were beginning to disintegrate.

Pierce's romance with Kate Radley was impacting on his time with the band and his contributions. Of the eventual tracks on Playing With Fire , six were Kember's compositions, whilst only three were Pierce's.

The recording process for this album was different: individual parts were recorded separately, which meant band members did not have to be present at the same time.

On 19 August, Spacemen 3 gave an unusual live performance. They played a minute jam , based around a single chord strummed by Evans, featuring riffs from some of the songs from their as yet unreleased Playing With Fire material.

This performance was recorded and was later released, in , as Dreamweapon. Despite this he does not appear on Playing With Fire — a drum machine was used on all of the songs and no drummer is credited on the album.

Mattock had been playing in a Northampton band called 'The Apple Creation'. He was recommended by future Spacemen 3 guitarist Mark Refoy.

Mattock made his live debut on 24 August at a gig at the Riverside in Hammersmith, London, and contributed to the new album.

The new rhythm section of Carruthers and Mattock would remain constant for the rest of Spacemen 3's existence. In Summer , Spacemen 3 managed to obtain a two-album deal with independent label, Fire Records.

Agreement was eventually reached on "Revolution". At a gig 15 November , advertised as 'Sonic Boom and Jason of Spacemen 3', only Kember and Carruthers performed; Pierce spent the whole time at the bar with Kate Radley, whom he was now living with.

The single "Revolution" was released in November The title track was a powerful, anthemic "mind-melting crunch" Ned Raggett, AllMusic.

The single peaked in the top 10 of the indie charts, representing Spacemen 3's highest chart position yet, and was voted by radio listeners for inclusion in John Peel 's end-of-year Festive Fifty.

Awarded Single of the Week by the Melody Maker , it was extremely well received by the music press whose general attitude towards the band changed at this juncture: [63].

Adjectives that come to mind are unrelenting, punishing, psychedelic. The razor-blade riffs lead you into a sonic underworld of alienation, desolation and raw power Spacemen 3 "became the indie phenomenon of late " Erik Morse.

These provided for controversy and journalistic focus due to Kember's candid openness about his drug taking habits and his forthright views on recreational drug use.

On one occasion, Kember invited his interviewer to accompany him as he collected his methadone prescription. Completion of the Playing With Fire album was delayed due to recording delays and a dispute about song-writing credits.

At a meeting at Fire Records' London office, Peter Kember proffered his name for single writing credits for six of the album's nine songs; however, Jason Pierce countered, demanding joint credits for three of those songs due to the guitar parts he had contributed to them.

An argument led to Kember attempting to hit Pierce and a scuffle ensued. An impasse resulted; Pierce threatened to pull his songs from the album if his demands were not met.

Manager Gerald Palmer mediated to resolve the feud. At a very tense four-hour meeting, of fierce arguments and recriminations between Kember and Pierce, Palmer finally managed to obtain a compromise with Kember conceding split song-writing credits for 'Suicide'.

His productivity meant he had a surfeit of songs, and he advised his bandmates of his intention to produce a solo album.

New indie label Silvertone Records offered Kember a generous one-off album deal which he accepted. Kember finished recordings for his debut solo album and single in March , prior to the commencement of Spacemen 3's European tour.

Other members of Spacemen 3, including Pierce, as well as other musicians, had contributed sessions. Release of Kember's solo album Spectrum and single — under the moniker of Kember's alias, Sonic Boom — were put on hold in order to avoid a marketing clash with Playing With Fire.

Spacemen 3's eagerly awaited Playing With Fire album was finally released on 27 February Playing With Fire was Spacemen 3's first record to chart and one of the breakthrough indie albums of the year.

Within weeks of its release, it was No. It was "their most critically and commercially successful album" Stephen Erlewine, AllMusic.

It is a curious, brave, intriguing record, quite unlike anything that you're likely to hear elsewhere. And it's no mere novelty; more, I reckon, a minor triumph.

Playing With Fire , an extraordinary record, is the last thing we expected. Spacemen 3 have taken a courageous gamble in giving us this hymnal hologram instead of rocking out.

They've done guitars before. Their earlier records are great. But this one is a vortex of vacuums, a mirage, a hallucinatory hypnosis, and as such is wilfully indulgent, defiantly grandiose Spacemen 3 have kicked out the aimless jams, opted for colour, space and sensuality, and come up with the last word in English psychedelia.

With the exception of "Revolution" and "Suicide", the other songs on the album were mellower and softer than Spacemen 3's previous work, continuing the development of their previous album.

Greg Shaw organised the tour. In February—March , Spacemen 3 undertook a four-week UK tour comprising 21 dates, coinciding with the new album's release.

Each ditty drives along a tidal wave of filthy sound, an effortless drone featuring the crispest slices of guitar sound since the Stooges…Spacemen 3 are better at this carbon monoxide garage trip than a thousand overrated US geetah schmucks.

Weird, wonderful, frightening and out of their sheds. Tonight the Spacies play an absolute stormer At the start of the UK tour Kate Radley was again travelling in the tour van, thus causing tension between Kember and Pierce.

After several gigs, Kember told Pierce this could not continue. For the rest of the UK dates Pierce and Radley, now living in a new flat together, made their own way to gigs.

The UK tour was shortly followed by an extensive and gruelling four-week tour of continental Europe in April—May Radley was not present on this tour.

Setlists remained more or less consistent around this period. For the purposes of live performances, Spacemen 3 played their more powerful or heavier — and therefore mostly older — songs, featuring little from Playing With Fire ; although the odd softer song was played occasionally.

Sets typically ended with the song "Suicide" which could last up to 45 minutes. At the beginning of Spacemen 3 had been one of the "hottest indie bands in England" Erik Morse [84] and were gaining the attention of major US record labels.

However, despite their success in winter —89, their prospects were very different less than a year later. The personal and working relationship between Peter Kember and Jason Pierce, still the principal members of the band, would completely disintegrate, leading Spacemen 3 to eventually disband.

Spacemen 3 used the short break between the UK and European tours in Spring as an opportunity to record a new single. The songwriters spent a day's session on each other's song, although Kember's contribution to "Hypnotized" was not ultimately used.

Kember accused Pierce of copying his sounds; he felt the flutter multi-tap reverb on "Hypnotized" was the same as he had employed on "Honey" and "Let Me Down Gently" on Playing With Fire.

Whilst Spacemen 3 were on tour in Europe in April—May , manager Gerald Palmer prepared the new single for release. Without consulting Kember or Pierce, Palmer mastered the tracks, had the sleeve artwork designed, and selected "Hypnotized" for the A-side.

When Kember found out he was furious; however, Palmer refused to postpone the pressing of the single. A resulting feud permanently damaged Kember and Palmer's working relationship.

When Spacemen 3 returned to England from their European tour at the end of May , there was tension between Kember and Pierce.

In June, Spacemen 3 played ten UK gigs. Initially, Pierce was making his own way to these dates, but when he instead used the tour van there was a bad atmosphere between the two men.

The single "Hypnotized" was released on 3 July It was their "most anticipated release yet" Erik Morse and immediately charted inside the top 10 of the NME and Melody Maker indie charts.

It was Sounds Single of the Week. After two weeks, Hypnotized reached No. It was voted No. A third guitarist, Mark Refoy , had been recruited at the beginning of Summer , to play on later live dates and work on the next album.

Refoy had been a friend and keen fan of the band for several years, and had contributed to Kember's solo album. He was guitarist in the indie band 'The Tell-tale Hearts' who had disbanded in Refoy made his first live performance with Spacemen 3 at their Rugby 'homecoming' gig on 20 July.

On 22 August, they played a warm-up gig at Subterranea, London, for the Reading Festival, their first festival gig.

Spacemen 3 played at the Reading Festival on 25 August This would transpire to be their last ever live performance. At the beginning of September , Spacemen 3 were about to undertake a substantial tour of the United States — despite disagreement between Kember and Pierce as to whether Kate Radley could accompany them.

The tour schedule had been finalised and they were due to be in America for the rest of the year, playing about 50 gigs.

The meeting, which was secretly recorded, involved intense arguments and accusations, and nothing was resolved. A few days later Kember and Pierce met Palmer again and sacked him.

However, Palmer's partnership agreement with Kember and Pierce meant that he was contractually still effectively one third of Spacemen 3.

In response to his dismissal as manager, he decided to withdraw his commitment to finance the imminent US tour, which was therefore cancelled at the eleventh hour.

Tour posters had already been printed. The considerable time and money Bomp! Records' Greg Shaw had expended in preparing the tour was wasted.

The official explanation at the time — and that reported in the UK music press — was that the US tour had been cancelled because they had not been able to obtain work permits due to the drug convictions of band members.

However, it has since transpired that this was not the case: work permits had been obtained for the band, albeit with difficulty.

According to Mark Refoy, Kember and Pierce rarely appeared at the studio at the same time and there was "quite a tense atmosphere" between them.

When work recommenced after the Reading Festival, Kember and Pierce were recording separately from one another. Pierce contributed guitar parts to Kember's songs, but Kember did not play on any of Pierce's songs.

When Kember heard Pierce's demos, he again renewed his claim that he was copying his sounds and effects, and accused Pierce's "Billy Whizz" of being a composition he had written several years prior.

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