Future Games (Spirit album)

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Future Games
Spirit FutureGames.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1977
GenreRock, psychedelic rock
Length43:38
LabelMercury
ProducerRandy California
Spirit chronology
Farther Along
(1976)
Future Games
(1977)
...Potato Land
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 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.[2]

No.TitleWriter(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 Savage2:55
5."Bionic Unit"California, Fowley, Mooney2:52
6."So Happy Now" 0:19
7."All Along The Watchtower"Bob Dylan4:27
8."Would You Believe" 3:13
9."Jack Bond Speaks"California, Burt Shonberg1:17
10."Star Trek Dreaming" 2:16
11."Interlude XM" 0:26
12."China Doll"California, Cassidy2:00
13."Hawaiian Times" 0:10
14."Gorn Attack"Timothy Blanton, California2:10
15."Interlude 2001" 0:25
16."Detroit City" 3:55
17."Freakout Frog" 1:57
18."The Romulan Experience" 0:57
19."Monkey See, Monkey Do" 1:39
20."Mount Olympus" 0:25
21."The Journey Of Nomad"California, Tom Hall2:30
22."Ending" 3:50

Personnel[edit]

Spirit[edit]

Production[edit]

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

References[edit]