9 Reply to “ Spiritualized - Medication (CD) ”

  1. I'm new to Spiritualized's music. "Let It Come Down" is my first Spiritualized cd. I bought it because for some odd reason I have been really curious to check out this particular album out. I got lucky this past weekend and found a copy of "Let It Come Down" in the used bins at my favorite record store/5(55).
  2. Spiritualized in Other Medications, a Various Artists Album. Released 20 June Genres: Neo-Psychedelia, Shoegaze, Dream Pop, Space Rock.
  3. Glass Redux present a reissue of Spiritualized 's Fucked Up Inside, originally released in Fucked Up Inside consists of live recordings made by Spiritualized at the Crest Theatre in San Diego and the Hollywood Palladium in LA on the nights of November 19th and 21st in , on the North American "Rollercoaster" tour with the The Jesus And Mary Chain and Curve.
  4. Apr 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Spiritualized - Medication (Live at the Royal Albert Hall) [Official Audio] YouTube OPETH- Lotus Eater Live at the Royal Albert Hall High Def! - Duration:
  5. Sep 07,  · Check out And Nothing Hurt by Spiritualized on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo Audio CD, September 7, "Please retry" $ $ $ Vinyl, September 7, "Please retry" $ drugs, hope and despair. It certainly sounds like an epic undertaking, but it just doesn't feel like /5(56).
  6. SPIRITUALIZED Vinyl Records and CDs Following the demise of Spacemen 3, Jason Pierce went to work and almost immediately put together Spiritualized (an always changing ensemble that blend Dream Pop with Rock 'N Roll).
  7. May 30,  · Spiritualized has, at this point, reached “survivor” status. Coming out of the wreckage of Spacemen 3, the group was initially formed when Jason Pierce (aka J. .
  8. Medication / Smiles, a Single by Spiritualized. Released in July on Dedicated (catalog no. SPIRT ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Space Rock, Neo-Psychedelia.
  9. Apr 12,  · J ason Pierce – AKA J Spaceman – has a reputation as one of rock's primary cosmonauts. His first band, Spacemen 3, had a motto: "Taking drugs to make music to take drugs to." Spiritualized.

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