Live Transmissions from Uranus

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Live Transmissions From Uranus
Live album by Man or Astro-man?
Released 1995
Recorded November 19, 1994
Genre Surf rock
Length 47:55
Label One Louder Records,
Homo Habilis (HH101LP),
Touch and Go Records (re-issue)
Producer Jim Marrer and Birdstuff (Brian Teasley)
Man or Astro-man? chronology
Welcome to the Sonic Space Age
(1995)
Live Transmissions From Uranus
(1995)
Project Infinity
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Live Transmissions From Uranus!! is a full-length album released by the surf rock group Man or Astro-man?. It was recorded live at the Covered Dish in Gainesville, Florida on November 19, 1994.[2] It was available on CD and on standard, black vinyl through Homo Habilis records. It was also released on CD and as a limited 12" picture disc through One Louder records in the UK. It was later reissued through the Chicago-based label Touch and Go Records.[3] Design by Art Chantry, and cover photos by Kyle Scott.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro Sample" (from The Leech Woman) - 1:00
  2. "Transmissions from Uranus" - 2:23
  3. "Time Bomb" (Avengers VI) - 1:57
  4. "Special Agent Conrad Uno" - 3:07
  5. "Sferic Waves" - 2:42
  6. "Destination Venus" (The Rezillos) - 4:21
  7. "Name of Numbers" - 1:27
  8. "A Mouthful of Exhaust" - 2:43
  9. "Cowboy Playing Bombora" (The Original Surfaris) - 4:19
  10. "Mystery Science Theater 3000 Love Theme" (Hodgson, Weinstein, Erikson) - 2:16
  11. "Gargantua's Last Stand" - 2:13
  12. "Surfari" (The Original Surfaris) - 1:58
  13. "Rovers" - 3:25
  14. "Manta Ray" (The Pixies) - 2:15
  15. "Man from F.U.C.K. Y.O.U." (Jerry Goldsmith) - 1:32
  16. "Eric Estrotica" - 3:22
  17. "Nitrous Burnout" - 5:54

Line Up[4][edit]

  • Birdstuff: Mike hits and stick dropping
  • Captain Zeno: Anti-rhythm guitar, wrong bass lines, and broken organ
  • Coco the Electronic Monkey Wizard: Botched samples and unintonated bass

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ as per CD jacket
  3. ^ www.zerotec.com Coming Soon!
  4. ^ Line up and instrumentation taken directly from record sleeve