Future Games (Spirit album)

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This article is about the 1977 album by Spirit. For the 1971 album by Fleetwood Mac, see Future Games.
Future Games
Studio album by Spirit
Released April 1977
Genre Rock, psychedelic rock
Length 43:38
Label Mercury
Producer Randy California
Spirit chronology
Farther Along
(1976)
Future Games
(1977)
...Potato Land
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Future Games, subtitled "A Magical Kahauna Dream", was the fourth album that Spirit released for Mercury Records. However, it is practically a Randy California solo album in all but name, as he played most of the instruments and did most of the writing throughout the album. Coming off as a slightly warped science fiction version of Spirit of '76 it has been released several times on CD.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Randy California except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "CB talk"     0:42
2. "Stars Are Love"     2:29
3. "Kahauna Dream"     2:44
4. "Buried In My Brain"   California, Fowley, Blair Mooney, Carla Savage 2:55
5. "Bionic Unit"   California, Fowley, Mooney 2:52
6. "So Happy Now"     0:19
7. "All Along The Watchtower"   Bob Dylan 4:27
8. "Would You Believe"     3:13
9. "Jack Bond Speaks"   California, Burt Shonberg 1:17
10. "Star Trek Dreaming"     2:16
11. "Interlude XM"     0:26
12. "China Doll"   California, Cassidy 2:00
13. "Hawaiian Times"     0:10
14. "Gorn Attack"   Timothy Blanton, California 2:10
15. "Detroit City"     0:25
16. "Freakout Frog"     3:55
17. "The Romulan Experience"     1:57
18. "Monkey See, Monkey Do"     0:57
19. "Mount Olympus"     1:39
20. "The Journey Of Nomad"   California, Tom Hall 0:25
21. "Ending"     2:30
22. Untitled     3:50

Personnel[edit]

Spirit[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Blair Mooney - Engineer
  • Jim Schubert - Art Direction
  • Wally Traugott - Mastering

References[edit]