Discography

The most well-known Space releases, listed by category

Albums

Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab

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)

Catalog:

Attack of the mutant 50ft kebab cover

Suburban Rock 'n' Roll

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)

Suburban Rock 'n' Roll cover

Tin Planet

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)

Tin Planet cover

Spiders

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)

Spiders cover

Singles

falling in love
Falling In Love

The second single to be taken from Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab, Space's fourth album.

Released: Released: 2014-07-20 (UK)

fortune teller
Fortune Teller

The first single to be taken from Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab, Space's fourth album.

Released: 2014-03-02 (UK)

20 million miles from Earth
20 Million Miles From Earth

The third and final single from Suburban Rock 'n' Roll, Space's third album.

Released: 2004-05-31 (UK)

Catalog: RAMCDS002

suburban rock 'n' roll
Suburban Rock 'n' Roll

The second and titular single from Suburban Rock 'n' Roll, Space's third album.

Released: 2004-02-23 (UK)

Catalog: RAMCDS001

zombies
Zombies

The first single from Suburban Rock 'n' Roll, Space's third album. Zombies was released 15 months before the album that would feature it and without the backing of a known record label.

Released: 2002-11-11 (UK)

Catalog: CDMUTANT1

diary of a wimp
Diary Of A Wimp

The only single to be released from unreleased album Love You More Than Football.

Released: 2000-06-26 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT34

the bad days EP
The Bad Days EP

The fourth and final single from Tin Planet, Space's second album. Bad Days reached #20 in the UK singles chart.

Released: 1998-11-23 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT22

begin again
Begin Again

The third single from Tin Planet, Space's second album.

Released: 1998-06-06 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT19

the ballad of tom jones
he Ballad of Tom Jones

The second single from Tin Planet, Space's second album. The Ballad of Tom Jones features Cerys Matthews, lead singer of the band Catatonia. Reached #4 in the UK singles chart.

Released: 1998-02-23 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT18

avenging angels
Avenging Angels

The first single from Tin Planet, Space's second album. Avenging Angels reached #6 in the UK singles chart.

Released: 1997-12-27 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT16

dark clouds
Dark Clouds

Dark Clouds was released as their fifth and final single from their debut album Spiders. The song peaked at #14 on the UK singles chart in February 1997.

Released: 1997-02 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT6

neighbourhood
Neighbourhood

Neighbourhood was released as the second single (though the band prefer it to be the first, as they consider "Money"/"Kill Me" to be a "test" release) from their debut album Spiders. It was originally released on 25 March 1996 and peaked at #56 in the UK charts, but it later re-released on 21 October that year, this time managing to peak at #11.

Released: 1996-10-21 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT5

me and you vs. the world
Me & You Vs. The World

Space's fourth single, taken from debut album Spiders. Me and You Versus the World reached #9 in the UK singles chart.

Released: 1996-08-26 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT4

female of the species
Female Of The Species

Space's third single, Female of the Species is easily the bands most recognisable song. It was an instant classic, staying in the UK Top 40 for three months and making countless film and television appearances.

Released: 1996-05-27 (UK)

Catalog: CDGUT2

money/kill me
Money/Kill Me

Money and Kill Me were released together as a double A-side in November 1995.

Released: 1995-11 (UK)

Catalog: CDHOME1