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Tracklist

Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space 3:40
Come Together 4:40
I Think I'm In Love 8:09
All Of My Thoughts 4:36
Stay With Me 5:08
Electricity 3:46
Home Of The Brave 2:22
The Individual 4:15
Broken Heart 6:38
No God Only Religion 4:21
Cool Waves 5:06
Cop Shoot Cop… 17:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DEDCD 034 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated DEDCD 034 UK 1997
DEDCD 034, 096.0034.20 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] DEDCD 034, 096.0034.20 Europe 1997
DEDCD 034S Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space BP ‎(12xCD, Mini, Album + Box, Ltd) Dedicated DEDCD 034S UK 1997
DEDLP 034 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(2xLP, Album) Dedicated DEDLP 034 UK 1997
DEDLP 034 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Spe) Dedicated DEDLP 034 UK 1997
74321 54165 2 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated 74321 54165 2 Europe 1997
ARCD 8974 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Arista ARCD 8974 US 1997
07822-18974-2 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Arista, Dedicated 07822-18974-2 Canada 1997
BVCP-6046 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated BVCP-6046 Japan 1997
74321 48142 2, DEDCD 034 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated, Dedicated 74321 48142 2, DEDCD 034 Europe 1997
DEDCD 034A Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated DEDCD 034A UK 1997
07822-18974-2 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Arista 07822-18974-2 US 1997
DEDCD 034 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album + Box, Ltd) Dedicated DEDCD 034 UK & Europe 1997
00697-18974-2 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Arista 00697-18974-2 US 1997
DEDCD 034P Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Dedicated DEDCD 034P UK 1997
BVCP-6046 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Dedicated BVCP-6046 Japan 1997
DEDMC 034 096.0034.50 250 PS Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(Cass, Album) Dedicated DEDMC 034 096.0034.50 250 PS UK 1997
74321 48142 2 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(CD, Album) Dedicated 74321 48142 2 Brazil 1998
88697586792 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Sony Music 88697586792 UK 2009
88697566902 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(CD, Album, RE + 2xCD, Comp + Box, Ltd, S/Edition) Dedicated, Sony Music 88697566902 UK & Europe 2009
ATPRCD36 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space BP ‎(12xCD, Mini, Album + Box + 2xCD, Comp) ATP Recordings ATPRCD36 UK 2009
none Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(3xCDr, Album, Promo) Sony Music none UK 2009
Plain150, P766613 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu) Plain Recordings, Arista Plain150, P766613 US 2010
Plain150, P766613 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) Plain Recordings, Arista Plain150, P766613 US 2010
Plain150, P766613 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, TP, W/Lbl, 180) Plain Recordings, Arista Plain150, P766613 US 2010
88697927632 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Music 88697927632 UK 2011
AVLP11, 88725464011 Spiritualized Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space ‎(2xLP, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE) Art Vinyl, Dedicated, Sony Music UK AVLP11, 88725464011 UK 2012
Plain150, P766613 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(LP, Blu + LP, Mil + Album, RE, 180) Plain Recordings, Arista Plain150, P766613 US 2016
88697927632 Spiritualized®* Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space B P ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Music UK 88697927632 Europe Unknown


Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space mp3 download
Performer: Spiritualized
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Ambient, Shoegaze
MP3 version ZIP size: 1999 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1661 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 608
Other Formats: MMF APE AU TTA ASF DMF AUD

Conjuril
My side B is Leonard Cohen's last record's side B
Bulace
Is this 33rpm or 45rpm?? I can’t find that info anywhere. Thanks!
Grari
On my copy, the writing on the cassette itself is black rather than blue.
Celak
The packaging and vinyl colors are great, the pressing is awful. Some songs play fine, but a few (such as Broken Heart) are a nightmare of pops. I don't understand why Plain Records can't get their shit together...
Gio
I have this beautiful Art Vinyl pressing & I'm happy to say that this is by far the best this album has ever sounded to me. I've compared it to all the major releases on CD & wax & the only one that comes close (still not as good though imo) is the original '97 UK Vinyl & with that you still don't get the 'Can't Help Falling' version of the title track & you have to wade through a high percentage of expensive, noisy, off center pressings to get a decent one. This Art Vinyl press is the one to get & if you ever get the chance - grab it! You'll be thrilled with not only how quiet the well pressed wax is, but how astonishing the sonics are :-)
Redfury
Hopefully Art Vinyl will repress this, hopefully sooner than later!
Bodwyn
As below, I have a boxset with all white plastic trays and a separate sheet of pills where the plastic is clear, bought separately much later. Perhaps someone should create a new entry to denote the two different releases. I'm happy to provide a picture of the two different pill trays.
Gardagar
I bought the original vinyl when it came out.it skips quite bad in parts the dealer i bought it off said the same as other comments on here that its a pressing fault!
Teonyo
The cure for the skipping on this pressing is to increase VTF on your arm after that it plays great
Kanal
My copy is pressed very eccentric (a swinger!) on side 1 (but side 2 is fine). There is audible wow. Adds to the wooziness I suppose. What is other folks experience?
Shaktizragore
I would have to agree with AphexFlynn on this one. My copy has almost the exact problems. Clicks and pops, although not in the worst case scenario, they are most definitely noticeable. Volume differentials are evident as well, maybe in different spots though. For me, Come Together is much quieter than Ladies and Gentlemen, but Electricity is most definitely louder than the rest. The other songs seem to be okay, these two do stand out though. Overall, by no means would I say this pressing sucks... On the other hand, I wouldn't say it's great, it's just reasonable. The colors of the record are nice and I do enjoy the record sleeves (though I replaced them immediately) and the "enclosed leaflet", which is a fun read.
Ieslyaenn
A lot of these weren't pressed very well. When I bought mine, the shop said it was their last copy and all the others they'd sold had been returned. Mine had a bit of groove distortion at the end of one of the sides - think they cut it a bit too hot - but it was otherwise OK.
Mavivasa
If you're on a budget this pressing is fine. I'm not an audiophile (hence the budget), so while I think the bad reviews are valid I don't notice a huge lack in quality. For $24 (what I got it for in a record store), it's fine.
Phallozs Dwarfs
First, let me say that this album is fantastic. The music alone is a solid 8 or 9. This pressing, however, is a bit troubled. If I had to give it a letter grade, it would get a solid C. Not terrible but not amazing, horribly average at worst. I'm going to list some of the problems that this pressing has, and hope it will give you some guidance on whether or not you should buy this. Just a disclaimer: I don't have another pressing to compare this to, so I'm relying solely on this pressing alone to make my judgments.Ticks/Pops: This pressing has a decent amount of ticks right off the bat. While my A side only had a few at the very start of "Ladies And Gentlemen..." and the very end of "I Think I'm In Love", they seem to increase with each side. The worst ones were on side C during the songs "Broken Heart" and "Cool Waves", songs that have some of the more quieter moments on the album. However, this could just be a fluke or simply just one of many from a bad batch.Uneven Volume:I'm not sure if this how the album was when it originally came out, but some of the songs seem to fluctuate between being quiet or loud. Songs like "Come Together" and "Electricity" are loud, as they should be, but then songs like the closer "Cop Shoot Cop..." feel like their volume has been lowered. Another song, which I can't remember the name of at the time of this writing, was so loud that I had to turn down the volume for fear of it blowing out my speakers. This leads to my third and final issue.Bass:Along with the volume, the bass seems to have been mixed strangely as well. On "Come Together", the bass feels like it has been placed in the back of the mix so while you can still feel it, it doesn't have that 'oomph' that songs like "I Think I'm In Love" do have. However, this could just be an issue with my stereo and not with the records themselves.Overall, It's a decent pressing. Not terrible and not great. I feel like this a pressing that is right in the middle of a fantastic pressing and a terrible one. I don't regret purchasing this, but I do have my problems with it and might not be playing it as often as I'd like to. If you can find this for To me it sounds like a bad source has been pressed on what is very good and quiet vinyl. Perhaps a CD source, as said before, which would explain the treble being too high and bass too low. I also noticed some distortion on the centre channel on All of My Thoughts and generally pretty terrible sound on Side C.Cop Shoot Cop..., however, sounded excellent, like it was from a completely different source. The bass was rich and smooth for the first time. Strange.
Snake Rocking
My copy did not include the patient product information insert. Just me?
RUL
The sound quality on this one any better than the previous reissue?
porosh
Not sure about the previous release but I wish this wasn't colored vinyl. Not sure black would be better but this pressing sucks. My side d is almost unplayable because of clicks and pops. The other 3 side have varying degrees of clicks as well, but not as bad as d.
Nuadabandis
I was wary of it, being on Plain, but a buddyworks at a local shop and told me if it was bad, he'd return it. Bought it, and honestly, it's not bad... there's a slightly annoying click the first few rotations of side A1, but I'll keep it.
Gerceytone
My copy actually sounds pretty good! I have to turn the gain up on my pre-amp a little bit though.
Granirad
Great sound on this pressing; the only vinyl version of this classic worth having. Seems to be really rare; how many were pressed?
ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
This pressing sounds horrible, very flat and without dynamics, as mentioned before. The original pressing I had was also unlistenable because of small dots pressed in the vinyl. The only way to hear this great album in good quality on vinyl is the Art Vinyl pressing from 2012; unfotunately, this seems to turn up next to never.
HeonIc
Not sure why people seem okay with this. This is a fantastic album, but this pressing isn't good at all. It's flat and quiet (which apparently is good? this is a big, orchestral album!) and really lacks depth. The packaging is beautiful, for sure, but the pressing quality is lacking.
Jum
I think there must be good and not-so-good pressings of this record. Plain Recordings and Fat Possum reissues usually suck ass. In this instance, Plain Recordings did an admirable job. Unfortunately, the original concept was meant for a digital mastering on CD (Spaceman noted in an interview). The original Dedicated pressing is lacking the range and texture of a full-bodied recording as well. There is not much of a difference in sound quality between the original Dedicated pressing and the reissues. I hear a slight difference in the spatial aspect of the reissue vs the CD. It might be the nature of vinyl to give flat recordings some warmth which is what I think I'm hearing. That being said, I find the warmer vinyl reissue sound superior to the harsh CD sound. Perhaps you have an example from an inferior batch and should listen to another copy.
Golkis
Hi, does this version include "Patient Product Information" credit sheet???
Jay
csar123cobra Hi, does this version include "Patient Product Information" credit sheet??? Yes, it includes "Patient Product Information" credit sheet. It's great!
Anayaron
Possibly the only decent reissue made by Plain Recordings. Sounds quiet and OK.
Ferne
Just picked this up from a record fair this morning. I've seen 'Plain' get a hammering on various forums etc. Although i was disappointed with my copy of MBV 'Loveless' on Plain which was muffled and too quiet in parts. This is actually pretty good. Nice depth, flat and quiet. As good as my original 97 cd at least. I'm no audiofile but more than happy with it.
Ffel
I have 3 version of this LP(org, plains and art vinyl). This one sounds best among 3. Original one sounds natural and still a bit flat in overall sound field. A must have one as wellFor plain records one(I already sold it after got the original one).Later on I got the art vinyl one, and it sounds a more layered and deeper sound field. Most important you could listen the title song (Elvis's ver) in vinyl, that's the only vinyl version you could listen the Elvis's ver. If you think spending 100 pounds is too much to get a org copy, go ahead to hunt the art vinyl one.
Saintrius
This pressing does not include the Elvis version of the title track.
jorik
Can anybody list the releases that include the "I can't help falling in love" outro to Ladies and Gentlemen...?I really hate the stripped version of the song.
Tekasa
I don't have any of the other plain reissues to compare but the issue seems to be surface noise which my copy had. The noise went away after a good record doctor cleaning..
Chilele
This release sounds pretty good for me.
Alexandra
Sounds amazing....if you have the reissue you are doing this no justice....did an A/B comparison, this is 10x better....
Eayaroler
I am debating getting this or the Art reissue. I read that the reissue has a much thicker sound. What are your opinions on the differences in the mixes on this vinyl as mentioned in the description?
Ghile
I just happened to find the blue version of this album at my favorite store for only $30, probably one of my favorite purchases
Pameala
do you know if this blue version haa the "elvis" can't help falling version of the title track?
Berenn
I saw Spiritualized open for Radiohead in 1998 in Salem, Oregon and they were giving out a limited number of free copies of this Cassette in a cardboard sleeve. I remember thinking at the time that the album art worked especially good in tape form. Epic album.
POFOD
Sounds CD sourced, and not in the Redbook CD mastered for vinyl kind of way. I'll wait for proper reissues and hopefully a box set.
Era
Limited 1000 first 200 came with clear plastic cover
Gunos
Hi... I wasn't aware of a cover. Do you mean a cover for the box or do you mean clear pill blisters? Some were clear, some where white.
Xtreem
Don't have the Plain reissue to compare with, but I'll have it soon.. the packaging is so cheap. Yeah, praise your plain pressings at once. No fancy jackets. No prescriptions. The only bonus is just a CD in a cardboard representing the exact same layout as LP. Surprising is the fact that the LP plays Electricity after All Of My Thoughts (with Stay with me placed on C3 on the tracklist) and it also contains original cut of the title track. Since it's manufactured by Sony I guess they used the same source they used for 1997 which is preety cool. I can't complain about the sound quality too.
Quynaus
Could anyone comment on sound quality of this reissue compared to Plain Recordings terrible reissue, please?
JoldGold
This is in stock on Amazon for under $25, if you're thinking of buying it for $40.
Impala Frozen
Does anyone know if the Plain vinyl reissue is another one of its notorious CD rips?
Xmatarryto
Does this vinyl edition include Elvis?
Use_Death
Not sure if this is the case with anybody else's copy, by my Disc 1 has the labels reversed. Curious if this is for the whole pressing, or some chance error?
Ustamya
Just for the record, my disc 1 has correct labels.
Ferri - My name
Mine's like that as well.
Briciraz
This band would merit beatification purely on the basis of having recorded the song 'Ladies and gentlemen....' This is a song without compare. Any brilliance the 90s had is contained within this song. It is 'God only knows' with a touch of ecstasy and heroin - absolutely gorgeous. Brian Wilson, if he could still reason, would adore this song. The Elvis version of it was apparently castigated by the Presley mafia, but it the greatest tribute anyone has ever paid to the King. Jason Pierce is a genius for this one song alone. It's hilarious to think that, at the time, the braindead British were frothing over who was better - Blur or Oasis (MOR pish) or was it the Verve (ha ha)? Fuck it, i'm off to listen to it again
Ranicengi
Decent enough review but the Blur/Oasis debate was over and only interesting to the gutter press.The British were frothing over the Prodigy and Spiritualised got a lot of attention.Spacemen 3 were on their way to making it in the UK charts and their demise shocked many.The only braindeads were the ones believing what the latest rags were saying.
roternow
Let's get the façade thing out of the way. The packaging of this album continues the modus operandi of Spacemen 3 leading into Spiritualized: "take drugs to make music for taking drugs." Of course this veers it more into the prescribed realm as oppose to taking medicinal matters into your own hands. But if you see this album as purely for its packaging, you are missing the point and the milestone. Musically, this is a crossroads album. The overall tone is still neo-psychedelic and noise-based. And yet there is a slickness feel to it. There are horns and strings and the feel is like pop music of the 1960s. But there is definitely a contemporary feel in terms of the sounds and the way it is layered. It is almost like if Phil Spector were reproducing a Blur track that was originally produced by Stephen Street, which was based on a recording session with William Orbit at the helm. But furthermore, it shows a musical maturity of Jason Pierce (J. Spaceman) where he is no longer just regurgating old music. He is finally heading to make his own music. (Then came "Let It Come Down") Lyrically, I always hear it as a breakup/breakup recovery album. The means to forget love's bittersweet taste is through, appropriately enough, drugs. The end is a strange headtrip where it goes into melancholy, deep depression, resolution, hyperactivity, rashness and back to melancholy. Musically it's a big moodswing as well but it's the lyrics that explains it. After all, you can draw all kinds of conclusions if the entire album were made like "The individual" and "No God only religion." It something that I knew would explain what was going on inside my head and heart whenever a relationship ended, especially one where I didn't think it would. And I still croon with deep sadness to the last verse of "Cop shoot cop"