The most well-known Space releases, listed by category
Space's fourth official studio album, released as a download on February 2014 for PledgeMusic donators and physically released in March.
It is the first album from the band in ten years.
Released: 2014-03-17 (UK)
Space's third album was finally released six years after the previous.
The album was not a great success, as public interest had waned in the band almost six years previously, and promotion for the record was almost non-existent.
Despite the failure of both album and singles, the album remains a favourite amongst fans, with even former band member Jamie Murphy dubbing it the "best Space album".
Released: 2004-03-08 (UK)
Catalog: RAMCD005 (CD)
Space's second album, it peaked at #3 in the UK charts, two places higher than their debut album Spiders.
The album is presented as a airfix-style hobby kit containing parts needed to build a robot out of scrap metal. Constructed by Liverpool based artist and musician Mike Badger, a founding member of The La's, the completed robot features on the back of the sleeve and is currently exhibited at the Museum of Liverpool.
Sadly due to differences with the record label, Tin Planet was the last Space album released for six years.
Released: 1998-03-09 (UK)
Catalog: GUTCD5 (CD) / GUTLP5 (Vinyl) / GUTMC5 (Cassette)
The debut album by Space. It peaked at #5 in the UK Albums Chart, later going platinum. "Money", "Kill Me", "Neighbourhood", "Female of the Species", "Me and You Versus the World" and "Dark Clouds" (the first two combined together as a double A-side) were released as singles.
It sold an estimated 800,000 copies between 1996 and 1998.
Released: 1996-09-16 (UK)
Catalog: GUTCD1 (CD) / GUTLP1 (Vinyl) / GUTMC1 (Cassette)